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I was looking at a Taylors, but I'd have to stop drinking beer for about a decade in order to afford one... Holy smokes!

I'm yanking the Galley Maid beast out of there and replacing with an unpressurized Origo. My waterline should go down about six inches once that's done.

Thanks again for the thoughtful replies. Good to know I won't be sailing about in a bomb. My kids want to thank you all for keeping them out of the HHI Hospital's Burn Ward...
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JRP,
I was looking at a Taylors, but I'd have to stop drinking beer for about a decade in order to afford one... Holy smokes!

I'm yanking the Galley Maid beast out of there and replacing with an unpressurized Origo. My waterline should go down about six inches once that's done.

Thanks again for the thoughtful replies. Good to know I won't be sailing about in a bomb. My kids want to thank you all for keeping them out of the HHI Hospital's Burn Ward...
You have done a good thing for the kids.
You mean your water line should come up.(keep drinking the beer )
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An Origo unpressurized alcohol stove is the way we plan on going when we replace our pressurized alcohol stove, some day.
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On my 1984 Catalina-30 I have the exact OEM 2 burner alcohol stove with OVEN, works fine but I am removing it, if you or anyone else is interested. I am adding a second 30 amp circuit and a 10way electric oven and microwave, as we spend considerabley more time overnighting where there is shore power, and for those few times a year where we anchor out, we barbeque on the rail. A micro wave and the stove/oven came from Ginny's, was inexpensive, safe to use and they fit perfectly.
Richard
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Norfolk

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Alcohol stove for C-30

and you can reach me at 757 573 5400
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Re: Stove replacement...

I don't suppose you have the kerosene burners still? I need a couple with bases.
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