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Old 11-10-2013, 20:18   #1
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Stove Recommendations

Just starting fixing up a 1985 Catalina 25. Would like to accompany work with a cup of coffee. Hab a small fire with a stove on a previous boat. Don't want to deal with that again.
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Old 11-10-2013, 21:02   #2
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Re: Stove Recommendations

You don't say what your situation is but if you have mains (marina) electric power then there a number of small benchtop stoves that may suit.

Or if you have a generator then I saw a 500W stove on ebay that may work. Despite the numbers matching I found a 1600W generator won't run a 1600W stove on even half power (Don't ask how I know...).

Other than that there are small camping stoves that could be used in the cockpit.
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Old 11-10-2013, 21:22   #3
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Re: Stove Recommendations

hardware stores all sell a single burner camper store that runs on individual butane canisters.

this is the one i have

Camp Chef Butane Single Burner Stove Fitness Equipment at Road Runner Sports

always good to have on board too.

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Old 11-10-2013, 21:53   #4
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Re: Stove Recommendations

I have an old gimbled single burner stove that wall mounts. It works great mounted near the deck access. Will cook a pot of coffee in nothing flat ! Im sure they are still around, I think they were bilt in England?? Maybe. Mines in storage right now till we get a new boat, then it will go with us !!
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Re: Stove Recommendations

Used one of these for years including a sail to Hawaii. Vintage Boat Stove Gimbaled Bremer Sea Swing w Brass Stove Sweden | eBay
This one looks kind of grody but it's an example of the type. Make great stoves for cooking in extreme conditions as they gimble very well.
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Re: Stove Recommendations

Forespar makes a gimbaled single burner.

Boat Gimbaled Stove Mini Galley
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Old 12-10-2013, 06:45   #7
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Thanks, everyone, for the suggestions. This forum is great. I will be back with many questions. Thanks for sharing your experience.
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If you have AC power, any household coffeemaker will work.

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