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Old 08-05-2010, 06:29   #1
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Oven ?

The previous owner of my boat had removed the oven and replaced it with a microwave. Apparently ENO doesn't make these ovens anymore. Does anyone have a resource as to where I can find a built in propane oven?

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Old 08-05-2010, 07:17   #2
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ENO is the oven I have on my 3 year old Mahe. I've also seen them on the newer Mahes?
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I think Force 10 may own ENO. Have you tried Defender.com?
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Old 08-05-2010, 07:32   #4
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force 10 and princess and another brand are good....check it out in your favorite catalogue...
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I think Force 10 may own ENO. Have you tried Defender.com?
Good advice. Defender carries Eno and Force 10 does now own Eno. They are still made. I have an Eno oven and bought parts from Force 10 a few months ago.
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Thanks to everyone. I found both the Princess and Eno on defender. I had been looking for months for this. Not even the folks at the boat show">Miami boat show could help me. Now all its going to take is $$$$
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Old 09-05-2010, 09:52   #7
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Old 04-07-2010, 14:58   #8
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OK..got the oven...does anyone have a chimney installed?..where do you vent to?...I would think it would get awfully hot and humid or asphixiating(sp?) without one. Thanks
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just a point ENO ownes Force 10. ENO is a large french group and its marine products arfe widely available in Europe.
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Eno Oven

Full Sail,

You do not have to vent the oven. It is self venting.
We use ours all the time with no problems.

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OK..got the oven...does anyone have a chimney installed?..where do you vent to?...I would think it would get awfully hot and humid or asphixiating(sp?) without one. Thanks
I am amazed that boat ovens usually don't have any ventilation. Even with all the hatches open, a good baking session can completely ruin the atmosphere in the cabin, and I can imagine that it can be positively dangerous.

Our boat has got a ventilation hood over the stove with a fairly powerful 24v fan which extracts air from the galley to the atmosphere outside. It is a great thing! I thought it was an unnessary fillip when I first bought the boat; now I understand I would never want to be without such a thing again! It deals with combustion products and cooking odors from the cooktop, as well as from the oven.

Ours is a fairly elaborate, factory-installed system with a ventilation duct leading to a grille in the transom which was part of the original design of the boat. The parts used are similar the those used in the engine room extract venting system, and are led out to the same grille in the transom. I guess the designers decided that as long as they were designing an engine room ventilation system they might as well add extract ventilation for the galley as well, and bless them for that decision.

But I can imagine that a far simpler system could be designed for retrofitting to smaller boats, with the exhaust led out to a short stack on deck. Wouldn't think it would be complicated or expensive. I'm surprised nothing like that is sold.
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I recently installed an ENO Perigord oven on my Antigua 37. The chimney attachment that came with the oven had about a 2 inch diameter outlet. I couldn't find any ducting in that size, so I called the Force 10/ENO support number. The gentleman I spoke with said that most people don't vent them and Force 10/ENO does not make a chimney kit. I ended up using 3 inch aluminum ducting used for clothes dryers and just hose clamped it to the 2 inch outlet on the back of the oven. I cut a hole for the duct in the cabinet wall between the oven and the under sink area and then another out into the cockpit area. I finished it off with a low profile louvered vent also made for venting a clothes dryer. It looks fine and should keep the heat out of the cabin.
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I truly do not thinkn you need venting if you are using an oven like Cotemar shows in his picture and which is what is installed in the Mahe and the Orana and I therfore expect most FP's over a number of years.
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Who needs the oven, install a good quality BBQ and you can do all your cooking outside. Well almost, must admit we do bake the bread inside.
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Thanks for the photo mark. I was concerned about safety issues. I like the idea of an exhaust fan. My bahia has a small opening hatch by the galley. I'll have to look into an exhaust fan for that. as for the barbeque bread....I'll have to work on that
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