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DISCHARGING SEWAGE ON A Luxurious Tremendous YACHT (Captain&#39s Vlog 111)





In this Captain’s Vlog, we stroll you even though a person of the a lot less fun work opportunities – displaying how to discharge gray and black water (sewage) from a luxurious super yacht keeping tank. Getting careful not to spill a one-fall of waste h2o into the sea, the tanks are pumped to a specialised, waiting around, barge – then taken off to a discharge facility.

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31 comments

  1. When at sea is it ever allowed to dump the sewage into the ocean?

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  2. but..but.. this is ordinary poop !?? I thought billionaires poop gold bars ))

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  3. Daily dumping? Your tanks hold alot more than what you would generate in a week , just curious if that requirement to dump daily , is it Marina specific country specific or just a way for the Marina to extract $.

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  4. That was informative

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  5. As a yacht captain have you ever came into any Scottish ports, apart from that really dumb question of mine I find that this informative as I always thought that you dumped all waste over the side

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  6. Why the need to come back every day? Doesn't it just go into the holding tank til it fills up again….. You'd have to have every crew member & guest with a major diarrhea problem to fill it each day πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚

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  7. That's a pretty awkward setup. You'd think they could have plumbed it so you don't have to crawl beneath a sink

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  8. Video has been made in Le vieux Port in Cannes πŸ™‚

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  9. When at sea do like the cruise liners do, dump it bag by bag into the ocean…They all act like they don't do it, its' a lie. They all do it. private and personal. pig fucks.

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  10. Very cool..

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  11. How much do they charge for that?

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  12. Hi captain,
    Where can I buy one of the reusable water bottles you use on board . My wife works in a hospital in Ireland and we want to introduce the staff to the concept !
    Any info would be appreciated, I love the channel keep up the vlogs πŸ‘ŒπŸ·

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  13. Did I misunderstand or do you guys produce 3,000litres of sewage per day? Hence the need for the guy to come back daily?

    If so, I mean; good work…but wow I guess 😳

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  14. Single use plastic Are bore sustainable that's why we use them instead of what Was use before them. Single use plastic in the 1st world nation are not the problem.

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  15. Do you know how hard it is for me NOT to make any Star Trekkin' by The Firm references? lol

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  16. You can shove it up your arse….

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  17. chewbacca made the video.

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  18. Then the barge dumps it in the ocean …ok

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  19. So they flush the turd pipe out in the harbour at the end, is what he was saying… sheesh, and I was swimming on monaco beach in August!

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  20. 3 000 liters everyday. What do you on board for that amount of water???

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  21. Does it stink? JKJK

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  22. All persons handling sewage hoses and not one glove worn.

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  23. Some marinas now include black/Grey water discharge pipes built directly into the dock.
    The marina of Cala del Forte has this service that is connected with the towns sewage system
    http://www.caladelforte-ventimiglia.it

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  24. You guys have almost 3000 liters of sewage everyday? Wow, that seems like a lot.

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  25. Gross but necessary.

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  26. What is the cost to pump out?

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  27. Seems like a lot of real-estate dedicated to mechanicals for such a small boat.

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  28. Love the vids, watched them all. Just seen AWOL is for sale. Will this affect what you do?

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  29. Why all the scrabbling around under the sink for the outlet? Doesn't seem very well designed.

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  30. Does the yahcht use 3000 liter a day??

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  31. I'm not sure of offshore laws. But why not grind in the tank solids matter in Black tank real fine. Run the Grey water into Black. To help grind the solids. Screen filter that water into grey tank. Add Bio safe Chems to kill off bugs. Dump that water offshore as you go along. It would be fewer Black tank dumps needed. I did hear your comments on dumping around ports. The tanks need to be dump each day? You said? Say you have max. load crew and passengers. How many days does your tank hold? I assume you dumped black water first, then grey. Was wondering last clear water clear. You did use the seawater. Thank you for these vid's. Can you review any ship to ship sharing? Material, food, crew etc.

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