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irwin28 30-01-2010 02:47

Oven for Galley
 
Hi everyone, I just bought a boat this past week that has no range/oven. Any tips where I could find one new ore used....preferably used lol!

Laidback 30-01-2010 03:18

What size boat? How much space will you provide for a range/oven (plus gas bottles??) ?

irwin28 30-01-2010 04:18

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Originally Posted by irwin28 (Post 395957)
Hi everyone, I just bought a boat this past week that has no range/oven. Any tips where I could find one new ore used....preferably used lol!

Its a soverel 36, it has lots of galley space but will see about better dimensions. It has enough room for severaql gas bottles eighter under the cockpit or the cabinets. I don't believe space will be a problem, I also need to find a new gimbal for it also

jrd22 30-01-2010 21:51

We are just in the process of installing a new Dickinson in place of the Princess that came with the boat. The Princess works great, no problems, wife wanted higher btu burners and a broiler. We'll be selling the old stove. It's the three burner propane model, gimballed. I have some pics. PM me if interested. Located in WA.

Martinini 30-01-2010 22:35

I bought one of these Camp Chef Outdoor Camp Oven 2 Burner Range and Stove The nice thing about this is you can cook in the cockpit if you want to and not heat up the cabin. You can use 1lb bottles or 20 pounders. If you have a stove with a gimball bracket in your boat now, remove it and use it for this one. Thats what I did.


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