I just mostly decided to spend the winter on my boat rather than get an apartment (I'm working in Baltimore
this winter). I'm on a Triton, a pretty small 28.5' boat. I have a Tiny Tot that I've been using with charcoal. It works ok, but it's messy and charcoal is a pain in the a## and I don't want to aspixiate myself.
I'd like to invest some money
in a decent stove that would be nicer to use than the Tiny Tot. I have propane
on the boat already and it would be easy enough to split the line for that.
But it seems like people like their Diesel
heaters too. I have an outboard
though, so currently don't have diesel
on the boat and don't really love the idea of having 3 different fuels onboard, although if Diesel was somehow superior I would probably go for it.
I'm not sure how big a heater I would need.
Anyone have a suggestion for a wall mounted heater? Currently I have a Charlie Nobel with a 3" stovepipe.
Anyone familiar with this heater?
SIG MARINE Cozy Cabin Propane Heater | West Marine
I could probably supplement with a small electric
heater from the dock
power which would be nice to keep my feet warm.