yes this arrangement r 2 separate mixers. bouhgt the standing mixer incl shower handle+adj rail for Euro 29.- at carrefour,
however the shower curtain i had to make/cut specially after the shape of the showercabin frm a standard commercial
available shower curtain.
on the [flex] solar panels
on the coach roof i cannot see how to fix and also where. there r the jib sheets
and reefing lines, etc running across.....
also pls note 1. flex solar panels
r having only 40-60% output of rigid ones. 2. that if a solar panel [of the 'standard' generation] is partially covered [even only by a rope
going across] it stops working entirely?
i hv on my autralian boat
one flex 40W on the roof which i installed as a 'walkway' to get access when attending to the aft end of the boom. i also hv 2 50W rigid ones installed port and s/boad on the coach roof, but if it is not just midday where the sun can pass by the mainsail
without generating much of a shade, their output is very limited. most of the sailing the boom is somewhere near the center of the coach roof which leaves only the windward panel free frm shade of the sail [=max 50W!!]. therefore 90% of my electricity is generated by the 3x80W panels
over the davits
, as they r far enough behind the shade of the mainsail
. they r getting usually full sun some 10-11 hours/day. enough to drive my fridge and at lunch time the small 12V schenker watermaker
[22l/h]. i rely mostly on these solarpanels as this boat is fitted with 25hp outboard
motors which hv hardly any significant electric
output [at 5000rpm approx 8-10A each]. however at cruising speed i normally hv in light winds only 1 o/board running and with 3-4000 rpm
. so u see i DO rely on solar....