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Old 03-04-2011, 12:17   #1
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220 Volt Electric Grill for Cockpit

Next month we will take delivery of our new boat, a Sabre 52 Express. We want to add a high quality grill and would prefer 220 Volt. Ideally it would prefer not to add a cabinet but instead mount it to the floor or rail. I have been looking at a Electri-Chef. Has anyone tried one? Do you have other recomendations?
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Old 03-04-2011, 12:27   #2
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Re: 220 Volt Electric Grill for Cockpit

I am puzzled as to why you would want an electric grill as opposed to a propane grill. Is your boat's stove/oven electric? If not, why not put a propane grill back there and pipe it into your boat's propane system?
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Re: 220 Volt Electric Grill for Cockpit

I have had propane BBQ's on my last few boats and found them to give just OK results. Both the stove and convection oven are 220 volt. I have 2 x 9 kw gen sets and will be running one anyway so adding a 220 volt grill seems to make sense.
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