Thanks, good link info, but it uses diesel. It also the stove does not have an open flame burner. I would buy it if it has one burner that can gives out 16250 BTU and the cost is reasonable for Yachting use ($2201)
I most likely will do the mod myself when I get my boat. There are countless of sizes of cast iron burner heads to choose from in the Kitchen supply stores in Chinatown, NYC. I can fab a relatively compact one to use in the boat. It will have piano folding hinges on SS plate on three sides that can be open up as heat shield. When not use, it can be folded and put away. For the gas supply line, I am thinking to have a quick disconnect.
It will be handy to cook up some good meals. With burners just have enough BTU to reheat food gets bored easily. Eating out get tired also, especially when they are marginally edible. How many times can we eat crab cake before our body rejects it.
Before those who are uptight and antsy to jump all over this thread, I just wanted to remind you that I was born as a rocket scientist, but trained in many diverse disciplines. If I can prolong and improve the quality of your life and your love ones, I can ensure I know how to be done safely.
Oh yeah, play nice. Stop picking on my grammar and the color of my skin.
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