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    Posted: 27 June 2020 at 10:49
Hi all, 

Does anyone have any images or info on a shower curtain and how it could be fitted on a 341 2 cabin version. The heads is quite big and I want to minimise the amount of water going everywhere when showering. Images showing how the track is fixed up, shape of it and where the curtain stores would be greatly appreciated. 
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Here's how I have done it on my boat.

First of all, I don't use a track. I use the canopy hooks that I use as hangers for towels and clothes across my boat. Here are the hooks on the fore bulkhead in the heads:



There's another hook in the ceiling, as can be seen in this picture:



So, I attach a stock shower curtain to the hooks in the first picture, then to a hook (that is not shown in any of the pictures) on the bulkhead facing the galley (on which I hang my oil skins) and finally to the hook in the second picture.

Facing the sink when I am showering, protection is given to the right (where the towels are), to the door and to the aft area of the heads. No protection to the sink and the toilet but then again, this gives you access to the faucet.

I hope this makes any sense.

Johan



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Thanks Johan, 

That's really helpful. I'll get some more hooks and try it out. 
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I may think about that idea as well.

To reduce the shower water usage and cut down the amount of water in the shower, we fitted an adjustable shower head with a valve from Penguin Engineering, so that you can reduce the flow whilst showering without altering the tap settings, just by pushing a button on the shower head.
Martin&Rene Hanse 341 Dipper Wheel steering, 3 cabin layout & shallow keel, normally based in Scotland
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