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Flotel Houseboats - Sewage Holding Tank

A typical Flotel Houseboat

A typical Flotel Houseboat

The boat is a 1988 Flotel Houseboat, and there's a sewage tank problem. Looking at a Flotel which the current owner says the sewage is not hooked up.

I know nothing of this houseboat and wonder as to the extent of hooking up this disposal. I can see no holding tank other than clean water. Does the Black - Grey water hold in a pontoon?

Thanks, Mickey

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Reply - Answer
Well Mickey, I can understand how you feel, since a sewage holding tank can be a problem, and is required by law in almost all areas.

Unfortunately, I don't have any personal experience with the Flotel Houseboats, but I'm sure one of our readers will be able to help you out.

As to the location of the holding tank, and since it's a pontoon houseboat, I'm pretty sure that the sewage holding tank is in one of the pontoons. One of the only logical locations to put it.

Like I said, hopefully some of our readers will share and post comments about their "sewage holding tank" or Flotel houseboat experiences.

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