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Jill's method sounds great and easily adaptable for indoor/outdoor use. We are planning a system much like Rod's neighbors (but somewhat simpler) with a curtain ring which hangs from the boom. There was much discussion on the "cold in the cockpit" shower question at last month's norcal rendezvous and one westsailor managed to close the discussion with the revelation that he had lived for many years with an outdoor shower in Humboldt county, and found that if wind protection was sufficient and water was hot, one was never uncomfortable. Of course he was not a woman showering in the cockpit in a crowded "working" harbor ! I'll take the cockroaches! --christie

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