Originally Posted by jkleins
You may also want to consider what you are burning. Wood can vary greatly in it's moisture content but averages about 20% for "seasoned" wood. Wood pellets and "dried" woods typically are around 10% so may contribute a little less to the surrounding air.
If you got some "green" wood (could be up to 50% water) you may be adding to your problem as you heat.
The woodstove surely has a chimney!
but it's a good point as to propane
Woodstoves move a lot of air out of the boat so fresh air must come in or else. Put the stovedraft low near the sole or bilges (with a pipe and so on) because it's noticeable that the warm air in the boat will only go as low as the draft's inlet.More condensation.
Another acquaintance in a steel
boat made a point of designing it without insulation
so there was a lot of firewood pumped through that
boat.A floating Radiator in other words-Save the planet- Insulate.