Marine Sanitation is the only place in the country that you'll find New Skipper Toilets!!!
The Skipper Marine Toilet is the Rolls Royce of manual toilets. With it's die hard bronze base and convenient flush lever, the Skipper toilet has been the leading manual toilet for it's reliability and years of maintenance free operation.
- Huge, 4" no-clog pump - pumps almost anything
- Clear the bowl with fewer strokes
- Convenient foot-pedal flush valve
- Solid cast bronze pump housing construction
- Classic wood seat and cover
Skipper toilets are made to order. We will contact you with a lead time when we receive your order.
A few things about the new Skipper Toilets:
The new Skippers come from the Thetford factory unpainted
and without bowls. Thetford did not retain any of the Wilcox employees that knew how to assemble them, so they chose Marine Sanitation & Supply to properly build them and be their exclusive seller of the Skipper. They ship the toilets to us loosely assembled, we take them apart, modify a few parts that do not work out of the casting, fine tune them and water test. A few coats of white paint and add a new bowl assembly makes them ready for you. When they leave
here, they operate as smooth as smooth can be, and better than anything out of the
factory for about a decade.
Skipper's have always been the best marine toilet made and are usually known to be a good 10 years without needing to service them. The basic design dates back to around World War II and today we still get some of the originals in for rebuild.
We are now coming to the point where repair parts are
becoming unavailable. The only thing the factory offers is the complete
rebuild kit, all individual parts have become unavailable. We have
started reproducing many items (shafts, leathers, gaskets, bolt kits).
I'd recommend keeping a repair kit or two in stock while they are still
available. There are certain parts in the kit that we will not be able to
With that being said, the Skippers have always been the best
marine toilet made and are usually known to go a good 10 years without needing
to touch them. We plan to keep them going for as long as possible.