Hoping for your advice.
Currently I have a manual bilge pump which drains to a thru hull at the center of the transom. There is also an electric bilge pump that empties through the same thru hull as the sink in the head (T fitting). This thru hull is under the water line. The pump is small and does not have a float switch. When the switch is off (majority of the time) it of course is not working. This doesn't seem ideal to me. I have decided to put in a high quality properly wired electric bilge pump with a float switch. The question is where it should empty? The options I am thinking of:
1. T it to the thru hull on the transom that the manual pump uses? I have read here that is not a great idea?
2. Pipe it back to the transom and put in a new thru hull there?
3. Put a new thru hull on the hull near where the pump is?
Mike and Sarah Dickinson
Mes Trois Filles
C36 / 1984 / Hull 0219