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Old 16-02-2012, 12:41   #1
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CL Sardine Woodburning Stove for CHEAP

Check out this fresh this morning ad off of Los Angeles Craigslist. It just needs some cleaning up and a new burner plate from the look of things. Great price!

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Old 17-02-2012, 01:47   #2
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Re: CL Sardine woodburning stove for CHEAP

Wow,,
great buy for someone in a cooler climate.

I installed a Sardine on my 32-foot boat and found it a Godsend in the chilly climate of Newfoundland last summer.

I some installation photos and also a few comments and sugestions about the stove that may be of interest to a potential buyer.

Wood stove on a sailboat – comments and suggestions after one year | Serendipities Of A Nomad's Life

Woodstove on a sailboat – installation photos | Serendipities Of A Nomad's Life

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Re: CL Sardine woodburning stove for CHEAP

Wow, that is a good price.
I wouldn't mind trying to restore it, but shipping it back to the PNW would probably be cost prohibitive.


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Re: CL Sardine woodburning stove for CHEAP

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Wow,,
great buy for someone in a cooler climate.

I installed a Sardine on my 32-foot boat and found it a Godsend in the chilly climate of Newfoundland last summer.

I some installation photos and also a few comments and sugestions about the stove that may be of interest to a potential buyer.

Wood stove on a sailboat – comments and suggestions after one year | Serendipities Of A Nomad's Life

Woodstove on a sailboat – installation photos | Serendipities Of A Nomad's Life

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Just started a new thread here you might find interesting and to the point of your trip and mine. Good luck.

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Re: CL Sardine Woodburning Stove for CHEAP

Nice work Dennison... always find your blog informative and nicely done.
I have a few shots so far of my installation of a new Shipmate and hope to post here when the installation is complete.
Used concrete backer board with the correct spacing all around. Have yet to get the copper sheeting together as an overlay on that but should be happening soon. My installation is inset into a former cabinet space in a way that is a bit hard to explain but this has allowed me to lay a 3/4" piece of stone across the opening in the counter top about two ft. above the stove... retains the heat really well, a great place to set my morning coffee when the fire is on. I just started cooking on the stove and have been pleased to find that even in SoCal it's cool enough to use it that way in the evenings and early A.M..
Also instead of the traditional moated deck iron I bought Shipmate's Shellback deck iron. Have been REALLY happy with how simple the installation was and how effectively it cools. Take a look:
ShipMate Stove Company Inc. - your source for classic solid fuel boat stoves, heaters and sinks.
I was thinking of buying some of the insulating spackle (I forget the actual name of it) which allows for burning coal. I figure that even if I am not burning coal that often it will provide extra protection for the firebox.

John... might be worth it. Might check the weight with Navigator so as to calculate shipping... not sure they are very heavy those Sardines.
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Just spoke with Eric who has the Sardine. Told me that the stove was too far gone with rust to use for a fire... happens to be a sailor and said he wouldn't trust the thing. Ah well...
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