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    Posted: 13 November 2008 at 14:25
Does anyone have a good idea how to permanently ventilate the head/shower room?

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I am intending to make a ventilation in the shower room.
I will make a hole all the way trough the sealing deck and cover and place a same vent as above the kitchen.(plastimo)
Its one of my jobs to do this winter.
I will make pictures during the proces and off the end result.
I hope i will manage because the shower room is to wet after taking a shower and wenn it rains outside the indow ca not be opened.
greetings Marcel
 
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Originally posted by alettaenmarcel alettaenmarcel wrote:


the shower room is to wet after taking a shower and wenn it rains outside the indow ca not be opened.


Yes, that ist the problem.

Originally posted by alettaenmarcel alettaenmarcel wrote:


I will make a hole all the way trough the sealing deck and cover and place a same vent as above the kitchen.(plastimo)


Have you realized that the halyards run along there where you would like to place the vent?

I thought about placing the vent in the wall next to the window.

What do you think about that?
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next to the halyards is a lot off space left , so it can not be a mirror cpoy off the place above the kitchen , but it has to be placed more to the outside.
I have removed the deckcovers some time ago and did see ther is about 200 mm of room at the outside of the halyards.
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After reading this, I would suggest to use a ventilator with a solar panel.

ventilator

I have one without batteries and that works fine, although I don't have a shower aboard.

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Originally posted by Gregor Gregor wrote:

After reading this, I would suggest to use a ventilator with a solar panel.

ventilator

I have one without batteries and that works fine, although I don't have a shower aboard.

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That ventilator I am planing to install next year instead the Plastimo one. Imho it should be enough ventilation to have a passive Lewmar Vent in the front hatch and to open the little hatch in the aft cabin. I think when you leave the boat with an open bath door it should work fine.
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Ralf

I suppose you have the 2008 window layout?
We have the big opening window in the batroom (and all over the boat) and into a big window does come a lot off rain .
So I want to keep the window closed and put a plastimo dorade on top like above the kitchen.
We alway have the bathroom door open wenn we are not on board.
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Originally posted by alettaenmarcel alettaenmarcel wrote:

next to the halyards is a lot off space left , so it can not be a mirror cpoy off the place above the kitchen , but it has to be placed more to the outside.
I have removed the deckcovers some time ago and did see ther is about 200 mm of room at the outside of the halyards.
greetings Marcel
 


That's good to hear. Tanks a lot for the info!
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Originally posted by alettaenmarcel alettaenmarcel wrote:

Ralf

I suppose you have the 2008 window layout?
We have the big opening window in the batroom (and all over the boat) and into a big window does come a lot off rain .
So I want to keep the window closed and put a plastimo dorade on top like above the kitchen.
We alway have the bathroom door open wenn we are not on board.
Greetings Marcel
 
 
Thats right Marcel,
if it rains we can open the small window in the big window by placing a sponge under it - works good.
 
But a ventilator in the roof of the bathroom would be the better solution. I will check how that will work.


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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote silversailor Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 15 November 2008 at 21:36
Has anyone considered installing a solar vent directly in the large porthole (older 370s) in the head?  I've seen these installed on hatches and see no reason they can't be installed on ports, too.
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