IIRC the Force10 and other marine
ovens will include thermostatic safety
valves on every burner. So if the oven
or a range top burner goes out, the gas will be shut at the burner, instead of filling the boat and tempting one very exciting chain of events
. That might be worth $1200 extra. Also, a 7000 btu burner is like an E Z Bake oven
. "Real" home style burners are likely to be 10,000 btu. A rare few marine
stoves have at least one 10,000 but burner and the others will be 7,000 btu instead of the more common 3000btu "keep the veg simmering" kind. Yes $2000 for a stove seems ridiculous but there are differences between a high quality high heat redundant safety
marine unit, and a $40 Coleman camping stove. Take a close look and then make your choice to suit.