I mounted mine on the stb side rear stanchion. It is a rectangular magma, and the long side of the grill is inline with the hull
(sorry, not near the boat
, so no pics, but will look for one later).
I have determined this is NOT a good place, it needs to be behind the boat , not on the side. The issue is at least at mooring
, the boat points into the wind
, and then the wind
comes directly down the hull
and the grill. Makes it hard to light, hard to heat up being constantly in the wind.
If I placed it next to the davits
, the salon
coachroof breaks the wind (no comments about this and gas and grill pls;-). I will move it here next year, the issue is that at least on the 380, it is crowded there. I think I might sail with it on the side, then move it to use it , not hard to do with handle that screws the clamp tight. On the larger boats, you might have more space there.
Just my 2c.