Re: Fuel tank
Tom have you considered having it cut into small parts and taken out they do it all the time in houses where the tank was installed in the basement before the house went up.
Just a thought look into it,
AMEL 54 #56
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Subject: [AmelYachtOwners] Fuel tank
This is Thomas Deasy S/Y Aphrodite
1983 Maramu #125
I have a leak in my fuel tank and I will be replacing it !!
Any information on taking the old one out and replacing with a new one would be appreciated. I remember reading that it can be taken out but don’t know what needs to be removed to do this?
Such as the island cabinet in the main cabin, stairs, hand rail, hard dodger? I am on the hard in Cartagena Columbia and receiving bids for a new tank. The only change I would like would be clean out ports.
Thanks for any ideas Tom Deasy