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Here's the pic. It's really an elegant solution for cooking aboard.



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Hey, I don't even have the boat yet. I'll give you 5 minutes.
I had mine trucked to my house - but distance was 30 miles... It ran $700 (that included the stands), but I did get a discount because I did all the breakdown (masts etc) and assisted during the getting it set-up on the trailer, as well as blocking it up when set-down....

Tip: if not going to a boat yard - and its all local or a national chain - you can get credit for the stands once you get it transported back... I think with mine $125 a stand and I get 75% of the total cost back for the stands when I re-launch....

Not to hijack - just wanting to spread what I learned as it took me 2 months to get someone that could do it and didn't have a clue how the process worked...

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Here's the pic. It's really an elegant solution to cooking aboard.
That grill is bigger than mine.... Whats the brand on it? I hope it doesn't come with that other accessory

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That grill is bigger than mine.... Whats the brand on it? I hope it doesn't come with that other accessory
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Great pic! Love the utensils, nice touch. You'll pay for that you know.
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Got tied up with business matters (even this late at night). Let me see if I can write it up tomorrow.

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