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    Posted: 21 March 2016 at 16:40
Where is the seacock in My Hanse 320, model 2008?
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote Janni Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 23 March 2016 at 06:42
Which Seacock are you looking for?
We have the 2010 model. 
Our seacocks are: 
- for the engine at the starboard side, access from aft cabine
- for the galley in the cupboard bottom below the sink
- for the heads in the salon, in front of the door to the heads
- for the sink in the heads in the cupboard 
- for the greywater in the main locker in the cockpit; at the bootom Dead

When we took over the boat, we did not find the seacock for the heads - the yard has obviously moved the location and forgot to insert an access into the floorplates. 
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[1]Hi

 

I have a 2008 model and it seems slightly different to the 2010, which is interesting.

 

Engine raw water inlet is starboard aft side of the engine near the sail drive.  Small tap with a safety clip.  It is awkward to reach.

Galley sink outlet and heads inlet in the cupboard under the sink in the galley. (this seems to be different to the 2010 model)

Heads sink outlet under the sink in the heads where the pumps are located.

Heads blackwater outlet in the lazarette.  It is located under the floor below the forward round access panel.

 

 

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The seacocks on my mid 2010 model 320 are the same as Mike 2008 model. Janni 2010 is probably late 2010 when certain things were being changed and became the 325 model.

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It would be nice to get some photos of the seacock installation of the 2008 Hanse 320. 
Our installation for the blackwater outlet is not very practical, maybe we are to change it in the next winter season...
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Originally posted by Janni Janni wrote:

It would be nice to get some photos of the seacock installation of the 2008 Hanse 320. 
Our installation for the blackwater outlet is not very practical, maybe we are to change it in the next winter season...
Jan

Hi Jan.  I will try and get some pictures for you the next time I am on the boat.  
I did think about relocating the blackwater seacock when I replaced it with a blakes.  However, the Blackwater tank location would make it difficult to get the pipework moved.  
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I think you will also have a seacock on the bilge pumps outlet, probably in one of the back lockers.  The outlet may be above the waterline, but you obviously need to check that it is open. 
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Originally posted by Janni Janni wrote:

It would be nice to get some photos of the seacock installation of the 2008 Hanse 320. 
Our installation for the blackwater outlet is not very practical, maybe we are to change it in the next winter season...
Jan

Heads inlet and galley sink outlet.  Under galley sink


Heads sink outlet.  Under heads sink.


Blackwater outlet.  


Engine Raw water inlet.

Starboard side of saildrive
 


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Mike, 
many thanks for the pictures. 
It looks like the same kind of nightmare we face on our Smartline H320. 
You have the same blackwater outlet installation which we have on our boat. It is close to a nightmare to open the blackwater valve when you are sailing. It becomes even worse if you in holiday mode and the lockers are packed with a dhingy, an outborder, a cockpit tent, two bicycles, a grill, some boxes with soft drinks and some with not so soft drinks........Unhappy

That is why we have installed an electrical operated solenoid valve in line with the blackwater valve. Unfortunately, it failed after a year of operation.
Jan


Edited by Janni - 19 April 2016 at 06:48
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