Yes we did that!

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Hi Amazing Peeps,

As we have started moving around again, I am slowly revealing things that we have done inside our boat.

Today’s revelation is in regards to this.

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A Hard Hat

Steve bought one a little while ago, handed it to me and asked me what it is for.

Now think with me for a second:

For climbing the mast? No! If you fall it wont do much good and it is probably in the way.

For under sail as protective gear? For what! The boom falling on my head? Not much good as our boom is super heavy.

So What?

I thought over our previous conversations and it hit me – URINAL!

That’s right! We installed a urinal in our toilets. It just seemed a logical choice with 7 males on board and it being illegal to pee overboard in NSW. The question was how. A hard hat fit the bill perfectly.

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Hard Hat urinal with plumbing and silicone in the bottom. Love this thing!

Just turn it upside down, drill out the top/bottom, add plumbing and some silicone to hold it together and voila! Your own boat urinal.

This has been incredibly convenient for us. We have 2 heads (toilets) on board and a porta potty and still there would be a que. With 2 urinals now installed as well means that even if someone is already on the toilet, the urinal can still be used at the same time.

The only downfall is the little privacy we had (which isn’t much) disappears when one of the boys needs to pee.

Nudity isn’t much of an issue with so many living in such a combined space. It just seems to be a normality especially as it gets closer to Summer.

So boat urinal, a lifesaver for us and a great use of a hard hat. Please try!

There are more secrets in the works, so please stay tuned for greater revelations to come.

 

Cheers

Zanny Harbars


Beccie is a Best Selling Author, a World Travelling Sailor, an Awesome Wife and the Best Mum to the 10 most Amazing Children on the Planet, a Millionaire, a Polyglot and an Oracle 

2 thoughts on “Yes we did that!”

  1. We hope you have a good seacock on the outlet for when you go sailing and that,s on the low side

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