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Topic Review (Newest First)
11-21-2011 10:59 PM
joethecobbler solid fuel stoves never die, they just get more "rustic'

my stove is still crankin' out the heat.

Aaahhhhhhhhhh, nothin' like heat from a wood fire. (or coal!)
09-28-2011 04:10 PM
SHNOOL Um this thread is pretty old here, am figuring the stove and the seller are long gone.
09-28-2011 12:54 PM
Walt Gorski
To Jason 575

There a picture of a cole stove on ebay in used sailboats for sale on a Pearson 30 looks a little small but probably better than using an alcohol stove on chilly mornings. Walt Gorski, Sept.2011
12-11-2008 12:11 AM
alaskaboy
cole stove

I googled "marine cole stove" and found a picture. Might need to enlarge it once you get it on your desktop:
Krogen 38's • View topic - Heating - Cole stove - flue etc

Aren't your neighbors worried/upset re: black ash/carbon, etc.
12-07-2008 08:44 PM
jheldatksuedu
Cole stove pic

I also could provide a picture of a cole stove if you still need it, I actually would like to buy another one if there is one available. I used it on my 30 ft islander when I brought it down from Lorain Ohio to south Florida. It worked great. Jon
10-16-2008 09:12 PM
joethecobbler I took a diesel heater (out of the trash on Tangier,Is.VA june07) and cut out the fire box,kept the glass door and welded a steel 3/8" fire box ,
made a stainless ash tray and cut up a couple of cast iron grates from a gas grill someone was throwing out, so I could burn anything from coal to driftwood.
went to the scrap yard bought a 12' lengt of food grade thick wall 3" tubing ($12)and made a flu. bolted the stove to the forward bulkhead w/ a 6" standoff. took out a port so I didn't have to cut a hole in the cabin top.
works great! every time I used it I would anchor next to really expensive yachts and laugh at them while they froze ! I would would say stuff like "oh, you mean your Beneteau doesn't have heat?" an then invite them aboard to thaw, they always brought good wine or booze. great investment.
10-03-2008 09:03 AM
magoldbe
Are you still looking for a picture?

I have one on my boat. In fact, I'm sitting here warming in the glow of burning fire-starter chunks at the moment. If you still want a picture, I'll bring out my camera next week.
03-20-2008 12:03 PM
Herreshoff01 They were made by Ratelco (sp) and are long defunct as far as I know. I see them on surpus sites (even e-bay) from time to time for short money - unlike the "shipmates" that still command big money.

Everytime I get the urge to go sold fuel (i'm a bit of as traditionalist) I read this Link - this has most of the makers I know today. The Fatsco is still one of my favorites and super cheap, but the Little Cod and halibut are even nicer. Here:

woodenboat.com/forum/showthread.php?t=57043
02-12-2008 12:10 AM
jasonr575 Yes i do but i have searched the internet for hours and cannot find a decent picture of this stove, this is one of the only places on the internet it is mentioned so i figured i had nothing to loose
02-11-2008 07:30 PM
SVDistantStar You do know the last post in this thread was 5 years ago right?
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