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Yes, it is not the grill that is dangerous but the gas canisters are if not properly stored.
Propane is heavier then air and will accumulate in the bilge. LPG is somewhat lighter then air and is therefore somewhat less dangerous.
LPG (liquified petroleum gas) is primarily propane, often mixed with butane, and is therefore heavier
than air. LNG (liquified natural gas) and CNG (compressed natural gas) are primarily methane, and therefore lighter than air.
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