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05-29-2008 12:18 AM
kaholee I'd agree with PBzeer. I have a hot water heater with a cockpit shower in my Triton. Even with the extra room in the A30 there really isn't any other satisfactory option.
03-02-2008 05:05 PM
PBzeer Depending on the climate, you'd be better off with a cockpit shower. Less moisture (hot water) inside the boat.
03-02-2008 03:56 PM
daveyjustin
Alberg 30 shower

Can you add a hot/cold pressure shower to an Alberg 30?

Any advice in preparing a standard Alberg for liveaboard?

Thanks
-J

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