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I have a compressed natural gas stove and oven on my boat the CNG is hard to find in the Chicago area but there is one supplier only 50 miles away.
I'm moving the boat to the east coast and then to Florida is there any CNG available???
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cng sources

here are some: SafGas CNG LPG for Boat and Yacht Gas Stoves : Fuel Locations

also, there are forum posts about building your own adapter so that you can fill up at an automobile fill station (cheaper and more plentiful)
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We've always been able to find it in New England.

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I have a compressed natural gas stove and oven on my boat the CNG is hard to find in the Chicago area but there is one supplier only 50 miles away.
I'm moving the boat to the east coast and then to Florida is there any CNG available???
It's expensive though. If we weren't seasonal sailors, we'd convert to propane.


I believe you can get the tanks UPS through suppliers but I've yet to do it. It's available in town here. The list is a bit dated, the supplier in Camden Maine is Wayfarer Marine. We've gotten it through Corps Bros in the Cape Cod area.
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