I used the grill once after I bought it. You can attach a propane bottle to it or in my case I actually installed a 30ft propane hose from my boat's permanent propane tank regulator
including a 3-way selector valve so I can select "OFF"-"STOVE" - BBQ and not have to use a portable propane bottle.
Since then we never got around to ever really using it as we have a good permanently installed stove/oven and an electric
. Basically a case of "great idea" but never used it.
is from a catalog but is correct. We are going to take some more photos today and will post those. You do need to get a couple of railing clamps to attach the bottom flange of the BBQ to your stern or bow pulpit (1" SS rail tubing). Or make a flat board of teak
or plastic Starboard/Kingboard material to hold the BBQ upright. I like the plastic Starboard/Kingboard stuff as it never needs painting/varnishing/etc. Like any typical cruising sailor, ingenuity is the catch-word.
We are located in Port Canaveral, FL 32920 which is a major all-weather sea-port for commercial
and cruiser traffic just adjacent to the NASA Rocket launching base. It is only 50 east of downtown Orlando and at the end of the major highway "SR528 - The BeachLine".
Any more questions - - ask away . . . . . .