Actually, what you should get are LPG and CO detectors. CO2 isn't anywhere near as dangerous as CO...
I would also check to make sure the stove and oven have thermocouple-based auto shutoff features. If not, it is probably worth replacing them with a unit that does. This feature shuts the gas feed off if the flame goes out. It helps prevent unburned propane from venting into the boat and causing an explosive atmosphere in the boat's bilge or cabin.
Also, I would double check any existing piping or hoses for the LPG installation, as they may not be up to spec.
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