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09-26-2002 05:57 AM
waltward
Looking for SeaSwing


winchnet

Go to-----http://www.forespar.com/index.html -------

On the top of the page click on -- ON Line Catalog---- then on the side bar you will find --- Galley Stove-.

Walt
09-17-2002 06:06 PM
manateee_gene
Looking for SeaSwing

I have a complete Sea Swing which is setup for propane. Never been used. I''ll see if I can find it in my Storeroom of spare gear.
Gene
09-13-2002 08:20 PM
waltward
Looking for SeaSwing

The old "Sea Swing" that I remember used a can of sterno for heat. If you find one let me know, I am interested also. Forespar makes a new version, for propane.
I just looked at the West catalog (2001) issue and they have one by "Force 10" called-- Seacook Gimbaled Stove, for 109.99.
Sailnet has my old e-mail & for some reason will not excepet & change it to -----waltw@twin-valley.net

Walt Ward
09-10-2002 08:58 AM
winchnet
Looking for SeaSwing

I am looking for a SeaSwing. It is a small cooking pot that is suspended from a gimbled open horseshoe-like frame. The heating source is a small bottle of butane which connects underneath the frame.

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