Bidet on a boat ?

Irish Rover

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Dunno. We don't own one.

We have a round plastic washing up bowl which, together with a sponge and a kettle of hot water, does just as well.

The bowl fits perfectly into the Jabsco bog.
And, of course, is multifunctional and very useful in the galley for dish washing and mixing dough.
 

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Funny how I have never seen a bidet on a French yacht (built or owned).
I sailed on this boat - built in France by JFA

It has a bidet

It's for sale!

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Hi
I have a French Au Pair that says she is willing to come sailing with me but insists on the boat having a bidet.

I only have a 24' sailing boat so space is a problem. I've been wracking my brains but the answer came to me yesterday. I thought of converting the anchor locker to become a bidet. I've always thought anchors to be a bit overrated and I could just use marinas for overnight stops. It would mean building a kind of outhouse to make it private but some marine ply and fiberglass could make it the envy of other boat owners.

Has anyone done else faced this problem /
Any tips or ideas would be welcome.
Be like Flaming. Pop a kite and tell her to hang her bits off the transom,
 

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As long as you have a 12v supply close at hand I can't see a problem. T piece in the inlet to a Bosch brushless pump [the type electric cars use for cooling] and a hand held unit off eBay. Instal a push on button to the handle and you're good to go.
 
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