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Anyone installed a flat grill on a boat?

I was wondering if anyone has ever installed a small flat grill on a boat? They have 2 ft flat stainless steel grills for 500.00. Great for pancakes... burgers... grill cheese.... stirfry... the one I looked at runs on natural gas. Any thoughts.... experiance.... ideas?
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Hamburger, hamburger, hamburger, chips, no coke, pepsi.
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Re: Anyone installed a flat grill on a boat?

Links to any of them?

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Re: Anyone installed a flat grill on a boat?

I just put a cast iron plate on the BBQ.
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Re: Anyone installed a flat grill on a boat?

I would just get a flat griddle pan (they come in many sizes) and put it across the the burners on the stove or BBQ. Then I wouldn't be limited to just the griddle.
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Re: Anyone installed a flat grill on a boat?

I once had a cast aluminum griddle pan that was flat on one side and a grill on the other. Fit nicely over two burners. I think it was made by Coleman.
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Re: Anyone installed a flat grill on a boat?

Teflon is a good way to go, especially on a boat, where soaking and cleaning are more difficult.
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Re: Anyone installed a flat grill on a boat?

Coke, no Pepsi! And it's cheeseburger!
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Re: Anyone installed a flat grill on a boat?

We have an 18" by 9" griddle that we put on the propane stove. It's great for making pancakes and bacon (yum… bacon…). It's teflon (or a variant of teflon), not something I would put on the BBQ, since the heat may get too extreme for it.

It was actually a present for my daughter, who took change of making the pancakes.

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Re: Anyone installed a flat grill on a boat?

No, no, no, cheeseburger and Pepsi.
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