Depends on if you are livng at the dock or on a trawler.
That's pretty limited thinking. We run our 8kw generator at least once per day to make ice and hot water for showers. Knocking out a 30 min pressure cooker meal would essential cost nothing.
If your afraid to leave a stove unattended what do you do at home. Buy a couple of cheap timers ! I would be more afraid of wiring than of gas.
It's the open flame that is my concern, which I do not have at home. If I did have a gas cooktop at home, I would never leave that on, when I went outside either. Granted, wiring is the number one cause of boat fires, but an open flame is a danger aboard, no matter how you look at it.
For me itís all about energy anything electric takes twice as much energy because you have charge the batteries then suck em dry.
1000 watts equals 83 amps. How big is your battery bank and how fast can you charge it.
As I pointed out, this would not require any battery power aboard, if you have and already use a generator.
Take a cooking class instead.
Ok, newbie/self-proclaimed smartass. I will give you one pass and hope you have more constructive contributions, as you settle in. I'm a pretty damn good cook. Not a relevant point to whether this device is effective.
The idea of cruising for me anyway, is relaxing! If I take a whole day and do nothing, Iíve won.
So cooking is always fun and something to fill my days , not the rush like back on land.
I enjoy cooking as well, but a 3 hour braising is not cooking, it's watching. Knocking that out in 30 mins is great. We're going to give short ribs, then baby backed ribs a shot next.
Also depending where you cruise makes a difference. Iím in the water almost everyday so I eat lots of conch , lobster and whatever else I find. If someone has fresh goat or chicken then roti
I would not use this for seafood.