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Hello all

I have been following Web Chilles as he attempts his 6, 7'th? circumnavigation on board a moore 24.
He is using a jetboil stove for cooking, which uses butane/propane type disposable canisters. This got me thinking, how available would these type of canisters be in places like the south pacific and other "remote" locations?

I have no immediate plans for myself and understand that a single burner, jetboil type stove, is as minimal as it gets. With that said I use a similar type stove on my boat and find it to be very efficient fuel wise. If one could figure out a way to gimbal the stove and fuel was available it might be a solution for the 500$ a month cruiser types.

Alternatively does anyone know if the jetboil stove could be converted to accept a propane line? I googled and found nothing.

John
 

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Alex

Good stuff thanks for that, the gimble looks great, I'll keep it in mind if/when I need it. The blog posting is excellent material.

John
 
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