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    Posted: Nov 18 2015 at 9:31pm
I just bought a 96 Suntracker Fun Barge 240 in pristine condition.  The only thin this boat does not have is a sink/water pump in it.  I have seen a Party Barge 25 with a console/sink in the forward curved rail.  Does anyone know where to find these?  I think I've searched pretty much everywhere.

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1st place i would try is ebay search pontoon sink a lot come up.
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Rick,

Have you checked out Great Lakes Skipper?
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Why not just make your own sink/tank/pump unit? You could look for used RV/camper accessories to defray the cost. My boat (`94 Party Cruiser) has a waste water return tank, but I keep that valve open to dump the gray water. You shouldn't need that & just let the sink drain overboard. You can probably contain everything in the pedestal. 

There's not much to a sink system, but consider where & how you'll want to fill the tank. (I fill mine with a garden hose from the outside, which will require putting a hole & fitting in the skin of your boat.)
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I had a sink on the Fisher I used to own. It was a simple hand operated RV pump, supplied by a 5 gallon water jug under the console and emptying overboard. You could use a small bar sink.
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