Have a Dickinson
in a 20 ft boat. Works well. I relaxed the obnoxious clicking solenoid pump with a small Carter rotary fuel pump
. The trick is to get a pump with low enough output pressure so that the metering valve can handle it. Otherwise the valve will overflow, especially when it's rough weather
and flood the stove with fuel or dump it all into the tank return. A combustion fan helps a lot if your stack isn't long enough. Think about ducting the outside air in instead of drawing cabin
air in for combustion, it will heat better.
I light using a camping bottle of methyl alcohol with drop spout, pouring 15 ccs or so into the heater and igniting with a miniature snap start
Butane torch. The torch is also handy for melting backsplices, shrinking heat shrink and making creme brûlées!