Actually there is an easy way!! :)
May 20, 2009 at 8:29pm
Be careful with the products that say they will solve the water problem. It is my experience to remove the water manually then run the engine. As you are aware the water is not combustible or compressible and will damage the engine.
Prop the boat up with the tongue jack or hydraulic jack to position the gas tank outlet so it will be the lowest point, disconnect the fuel hose from the engine, then pump the ball to empty the water / fuel into a glass or clear container. You will be able to see when you get it all out. If you are not sure as to where the tank outlet is then try a few different position until you get water. It will most likely be towards the stern and either starboard or port. I just had to do the very same thing on 4 different tanks in my brand new boat!! Good luck and dispose of the recovered fluid properly.