Friday, December 2, 2022


Something is fishy about this RV


No, this RV is not sailing the ocean, but you might think so at first glance. We don’t know about you, but the whole scene looks a little fishy to us. Yes, those are curtains with surround-view jumping dolphins.

If you wish your RV was ocean-going rather than land-locked then maybe a set of curtains like this would help you feel more in “your place.”

The staff of voted and we think we’ll pass on this idea.

We found this photo on the Facebook group RV Interior Ideas.


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2 years ago

Depending where I’m camped, I’d much rather look at this (shower curtains?) than my too close neighbors in the RV park.

2 years ago

Gives new meaning to being underwater in your RV.

RV Staff(@rvstaff)
2 years ago
Reply to  Joe

😆 —Diane at

2 years ago

I guess one could do this with a busy NY City scene or mountain adventure as well. It’s just a little to confined for me. I like to just open the windows. I know you can’t see fish that way but each to their own…

Mark & Vickie
2 years ago

I showed this to my wife and she loved it too. We are both SCUBA divers, and as a result end up taking our 5’er to various campgrounds near inland quarries that allow diving, thus enjoying both activities at the same time.

Noel Johnson
2 years ago

Like the curtains, but not the mirrored overhead doors.

Becca Ray
2 years ago
Reply to  Noel Johnson

Those mirrors are probably ‘conversation mirrors’ so driver (and co-pilot?) can quick glance passengers behind them while talking so they don’t have to spin their heads around away from the roadway in front (and save neck strain). Also good to see what furkids or 2-legged humans are up to while traveling and/or a quick glance at inside back of RV when you hear a ‘new or startling sound’ from inside behind you like after an unplanned sharp turn and see a cabinet bust open and spill contents before you safely pull over.

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