New Dometic option unveiled for Viking 62

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Dometic Marine created a new version of its Sealand RushFlush toilet for Viking Yachts.

The custom-made, residential-style version of the toilet was fitted into Viking’s new 62-foot model. Space restrictions in certain areas of the Viking 62 made a different version of the toilet necessary.

Viking tested our RushFlush on their 70-foot demo boat last year and the trial process was a success,” Dometic Marine regional sales manager Adam Baker said in a statement. “After the test, Viking spec’d our RushFlush toilet on their new 62 Convertible.

“Initially, we only had an elongated-profile version of the RushFlush, but the Viking 62 required a residential-style version on two of the heads due to space restrictions, while one head would use the original version. To accommodate their needs, we have created a new version of the RushFlush style, which uses the 4600 flat-back bowl.”

The toilet is full-size and has a large, deep bowl and elongated seat, and it can be fitted with an electric handle or a wall-mounted touchpad for flushing.

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