Thought I should start a new thread--moving from the discussion of the lazarette hatch. Here are photos of how I use the lazarette for a propane locker. One show the view to the port, one looking down into the locker, showing two of the three tank platforms, and a picture of the two (new) dual-stage regulators hung off the inside wall of the transom. To seal the locker, I glassed the aft bulkhead to the underside of the aft deck. That left the silly gaps out at the hull, under the cap rail. For want of a better solution, the former owner and I used expanding spray in foam. By the way, the inside of the locker is dark colored because before I moved the exhaust outlet it was, as you all know, right at the stern , where the locker bottom drain is. The exhaust would discharge into the water, which would bubble up through the drain, and fill the locker with exhaust fumes. It is too hard to get in there to clean, so I live with the residue.