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Old 09-06-2011, 22:15   #61
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Re: An Actual Shower stall

I am new to all this, and I am a huge fan of a nice relaxing shower, throw in an ice cold beer and it is heaven. Here is my question, What would be the possibility of an above or on deck solar shower, the biggest problem I see is leaving a soap film on the deck, I know you would use biodegradable soap , but would it hurt your boat.And of course you may want to refrain from the show while in port.BtC
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Old 09-06-2011, 22:54   #62
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I am new to all this, and I am a huge fan of a nice relaxing shower, throw in an ice cold beer and it is heaven.
You're allowed to drink beer in the shower?

Wow.
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Old 09-06-2011, 23:31   #63
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Re: An Actual Shower stall

Well yes, is there any other way to shower, well add the GF and then it is off the chart and I need recovery time.I actually have a beer holder in my shower, and no that isn't my GF,not going any further on that subject.

Let me know about any potential problems about showering on deck, and we all know about the malfunctions of doing that in port. Later. BtC
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