RV or Boat, a composting toilet is our toilet of choice.
Toilets (or they’re called heads on a boat) are generally disgusting. I can’t tell you how many boats we’ve been on that smell…no…reek with the stench of urine or sewage.
It doesn’t matter the size, cost, or type (sailboats, mega yachts, fishing boats, scuba boats, hydrofoil passenger cats) it seems they all have that familiar stench.
To avoid the stench, we use a composting toilet!
We love our Nature’s Head Composting Toilet so much, we made an entire series of videos about it: gonewiththewynns.com/all-composting-toilet.
It worked flawlessly in our RV and years later, it’s working great on our sailboat!
Does it smell? No! Seriously, there’s almost no smell during use or after.
Click this link: Buy From Nature's Head Directly and the discount will be applied at checkout.
If you want any extras the discount is good for the entire website, and you’ll get free shipping if he can fit all your accessories in the toilet box. So, it’s a good idea to buy a spare fan and a spare liquid tank too.
The Backup Toilet: We still have one quiet flush macerating toilet and it is 1000 times better than the manual pump head that’s found on most boats.
Buy it here: http://amzn.to/2kIZaq6
If you’re wondering why we didn’t install 3 composting heads, here is the answer: We wanted to keep one head that can be flushed into the sea while we are out sailing in the open ocean (where it is legal to do so). The idea being we will go through less coco coir and not need to worry about dumping toilets on long crossings. If we only had one head on board, it would be a composting toilet.