I bought this Sea Swing stove
without the burner because I was planning on adding a camping gas propane stove
to it. But I ended up buying
a Sea Cook stove and don't need this anymore. Too nice to put in the trash. I've seen someone modify this by seperating the top and bottom (they are screwed together) and then putting some extensions between them so it will take a camping stove. Looked pretty cool. It's very well made. I paid $75 +S for it. I'd like to get $60 + 12 S&H for it in the US.
It has some surface corrosion
but is very useable. The mounting fitting is there. I think it needs a set screw to hold the stove in the fitting. Should really not be a big deal.
I went from a gimballed two burner in my boat
to a fixed two burner plus the Sea Cook...seemed to make more sense as I'm probably unlikely to be cooking
while at sea, so the gimballing is less valuable to me. You might find the same. Also great for a small boat
. Anyway, have at it.