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Cockpit Stowaway Shower, White - Boat Swim Shower - Marine on

US $69.95

Excelsior, Minnesota, United States

Excelsior, Minnesota, United States
Condition:New Brand:Paragon Manufacturer Part Number:48400000

Once you use this swim step shower system, you'll wonder how you ever got along without it.
Adds a touch of luxury to any boat 
Simple to install 
2.1m (7 ft) hose 
On/off control on shower handset 
Hinged cover with latch and lock
Can be mounted vertically or horizontally at any angle
113 1/2" W x 8-5/8"H x 5-1/4"D 
Cut out - 11" W x 6" H

Product retails for $154.50

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