Location: Landlocked for now in Medicine Hat, Alberta, Canada
Boat: Home building project just starting.
Induction Stovetops / Hotplates
Induction stovetops/hotplates, has anyone tried using one in their galley? As most of you may have guessed I like to try new things given the efficiency of induction in cooking I naturally want to try and pair it with sailing. Anybody have any experience with it?
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have a look at S Dashews site www.setsail.com
he has been using one on his current boat and is fitting them to his limited production run. Note he does have a very big bank of batteries and lots of inverter power
The message is the journey, we are sure the answer lies in the destination. But in reality, there is no station, no place to arrive at once and for all. The joy of life is the trip, and the station is a dream that constantly out distances us”. Robert Hastings, The Station
If weight is a consideration, note that an induction hot plate weighs about 4 times more than an ordinary electric hot plate. Can't beat induction for quick, hot wok cooking or searing steaks. I carry one electric burner for use when plugged in (o more than 50% of the time tops) , so weight of induction cooker and ferrous cookware is a deal breaker when traveling lite.