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Smile Macgregor 26m Shower

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has anyone ever fitted or know if it is possible to fit a shower in a macgregor 26m
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My 26M has a fresh water cockpit shower installed that works like a kitchen sink shower. It stows in a recess in the open transom. It was there when I bought it, so I don't know who did the job. Uses much FW so I don't use it, but wait to get to the Marina.
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I use a plastic preasure sprayer. Two people can have a great shower on 1.5 gal of water. Paint it black for a solar shower or just heat some water up on the stove.

I made a cockpit shower stall that hangs from pvc frame from the end of the main boom. Used nylon and made a big velcro "zipper" to get in and out it. Cheap and works great. You will be surprised how well the preasure tank works!
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