Hank, I've succesfully used campstoves on a couple pocket cruisers, but they were the simple two-burner stoves for around $50. My concern with the stove you linked would be while cheaper than a traditional marine stove, it's still a good bit of money
and may not hold up well or have the safety
features of a marine stove. I'm aware of one person who purchased a stove simlar to that which did not hold up to salt
air use and was forced to get rid of it after only a few months. Unfortauntely I don't know if it was the same model or not.
With my simple two-burner camp stove, the safety
feature was simply to set the 1-lb propane cylinder out in the cockpit
at night. I bolted the stove to the counter with a quick release nut which made it easy to cook in the cockpit
on hot evenings. I much prefer that to cooking
below and plan to have that same option on my next boat. Neither stove was gimballed, but with fiddles, I could comfortably cook at rolly anchorages
or underway on a run or motoring - not healed.
If you don't need an oven
, the above may be a workable solution for you depending on your cooking
needs and tempermant. On the other hand, if an oven and other cooking niceties are important, get a real marine stove, properly equipped with the proper safety features. My thougth is anything in between is likely to come with a high risk for the cost - but I could be wrong....
I hope you find a good value what ever your decision.