Is it a Force 10 bulkhead heater? There's a HUGE difference between those and the one posted above, esp on the safety front, but also in the effectiveness...I think if I was gonna go propane I would use the old furnace I already have. I like the idea of going gas free though, if anyone has first hand experience with either gravity fed furnace or pellet stove on a boat please post, thanks.
Main Sail, can I ask the brand/model of the water heater you had to remove?I had to remove an "on-demand" water heater sold and misleadingly marketed as a "marine unit" out last spring. It did not meet any of the applicable marine safety standards even though the owner believed it did due to misleading marketing. It did not pass the insurance survey and the owner had a choice lose insurance or keep the on-demand water heater.....
Propane on a boat is perfectly safe if done properly. If you do not know whats required to accomplish that don't even start.any ideas? I was thinking it might not work or be dangerous due to wave movement?
Anyone tried using a small pellet stove on a boat?
any advice is greatly appreciated.
chris from Canada