Originally Posted by Razcar
This may sound like a chop shop type idea that others poo poo in other threads, but how about those ultralight hiking stoves that use pressurized white gas (and can also burn diesel, gasoline, kerosene, and rum)? It's super light, lights like a rocket engine and is rather self contained.... someone tell me it's a bad idea...
They throw up high flames when they are priming, flames that are likely to catch curtains over your stove area on fire.
White gas is highly refined gasoline, and not something that I want to carry a lot of on my boat, especially inside the cabin.
Alcohol stoves (like the Origo) are a lot simpler, effective, and safer.