Re: Fw: SM showers

asm283 <no_reply@...>

--- In, "sail1232003 <sailaway@n...>"
<sailaway@n...> wrote:

One of these days you will be in a gale offshore and you will greatly
appreciate the design of the heads.
Erick, thanks for the info. That is more or less what I already
my wife, but she still considers it strange that this world cruiser
doesn't have a proper built in shower stall. cheers Peter
--- In, "Erick MEJEAN"
Hi Peter
Hello from Singapore where I live although my boat is in France.
I don't think you should worry about that. As long as you wipe
the water
form the ceiling and from the door it will remain in perfect
condition. You
don't need to do a thorough job. Just wipe off the excess water
and that's
it.I sail with three kids on board who use the forward shower
very often So
fare there is no single sign of water infiltration or whatsoever.
My SM is
already 7 years old.....
Should you fly down to Singapore let me know

----Original Message Follows----
From: "Peter Booth" <sailaway@n...>
To: <>
Subject: [Amel Yacht Owners] Fw: SM showers
Date: Fri, 20 Dec 2002 16:34:01 +0800

----- Original Message -----
From: Peter Booth
Sent: Thursday, December 19, 2002 12:26 AM
Subject: SM showers

Hi, we are looking at buying a new SM2000 but don't know how we
will get on
with the showers set up. We will be living aboard in Hong Kong
due to
the climate will be showering a couple of times a day. We are
about the sidewall or door getting damaged due to frequent
showering. How
does everybody make out with the shower setup? We currently live
onboard a
16 yr old Celestial 48' ketch which has a built in
fibreglass/gelcoat shower
stall, so we don't have any water damage problems. thanks for
Peter Booth

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