I had one of the Dickenson Stoves in my commercial Fishing
boat many years ago. It was great when you needed a lot of heat, but in July and August Fishing
the inside it would get too hot in the cabin
when you cooked. If you turned it down too much then soot bridges would form. A few fishermen bought it as a result of CO poisoning. I sold mine and converted to LP cooking
and pressurized diesel
Force 10 Cabin
heater with a fan. At the time I had redone the cabin and it was well insulated so that little heater was more than enough.