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37 Cutter water tanks

Discussion in 'The Cherubini Hunters' started by Manny, Feb 18, 2018. Add this thread to a FAQ

  1. Manny

    Manny

    Joined Oct 5, 2006
    952 posts, 3 likes
    Hunter 82? 37 Cutter
    US Wherever the wind takes me
    It's been a while but i'm back - I hope everyone is doing well! Just before the new year I became the owner of a new (to me) 37 cutter. I have a bunch of questions but will separate them out instead of putting them in one posting.
    For the water tanks since one is in the port settee in the cabin, and the other in the starboard settee, is there some sort of valve to switch between tanks? Or are they interconnected by hoses and the water levels just balance out as you fill from either side?

    Thanks!

    Manny
     


  2. Jim Legere

    Jim Legere

    Joined Jun 8, 2004
    836 posts, 59 likes
    Hunter 37-cutter
    CA 44°38'15"N63°55'36"W
    There is a 3-way valve to select port or starboard tank under the first floor board forward of the grate at the bottom of the companion-way steps...or at least that was how it was originally. Many of us have modified the fresh water plumbing over the years.
     


  3. Manny

    Manny

    Joined Oct 5, 2006
    952 posts, 3 likes
    Hunter 82? 37 Cutter
    US Wherever the wind takes me
    Thanks Jim. I'll try and get down this coming weekend and look for that valve. I've had that board up but didn't notice a three way valve. When I bought i found that the water system hadn't been winterized. I have a feeling the starboard tank may be full, the boat has a bit of a list to starboard which a full water tank may explain.