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Old 08-11-2019, 11:57   #16
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Re: Stainless steel BBQ smoker.

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Don't know how much you plan to smoke at one time, but try the BBQ if its only small amounts of meat. I like using the Magma as a dual purpose item and it secured on the rail. Only extra thing you need to carry is your favorite wood chips.


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And if we had a rail mounted magma or similar I would do that.
We only have a built in Weber Q gas BBQ.
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Old 09-11-2019, 04:52   #17
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Obviously not to be used in a seaway whilst underway.
Sitting here at anchor in Grenada some swells really rock the boat. Never thought anyone would use underway. However, smoking can take a bit of time and what starts smooth can turn rocky/rolly..

I just wanted to make sure new users thought of that particular downside.
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Sitting here at anchor in Grenada some swells really rock the boat. Never thought anyone would use underway. However, smoking can take a bit of time and what starts smooth can turn rocky/rolly..

I just wanted to make sure new users thought of that particular downside.
Fair enough but we are 60 ft and 70 tonne.
What kicks the sheet out of you is barely noticeable to us now

Been there done that know where you're coming from.
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Fair enough but we are 60 ft and 70 tonne.
What kicks the sheet out of you is barely noticeable to us now

Been there done that know where you're coming from.
Good point, I should have looked at your boat first. If I was you I would darn sure have one! I want one now but know better..
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