Off I go to the north Pole.
Well---- If I ever do I now have a nuke it type diesel
stove.Have just purchased a very well built 43 ft Adams
recently which is basically ready for fit out.I am not entirely sure why but the original builder
back in 1992 imported a Dickinson
( Atlantic ) diesel stove and it is sitting up in the raised galley
area ready to go in.I have read the manual and this stove is a killer cooker that also heats a hot water tank and can be set up for transferring hot air ( a bit like the eberspacher heaters which i have heard are really good ).
Maybe he had plans for cold country cruising.?
Trouble is -In Australia
unless you live /cruise the Southern areas or are planning to travel to cold climates ( South NZ as example ) I think
it will be overkill for my needs.They are quite large also.
Having said that the idea of using them for heating of hot water as a back up and hot air transfer does appeal.
Hi Borocay,Sydney area on Monday it is going down to 14 c
Here we are whinging and our old mate Cooper
down in the southern hills is doing it real cold.-minus 5.3.
Cooper- you have to move on to Bouburn or Scotch old fella.Much better warming qualities.!!!
Must admit I love the idea of the cuppa on the deck first am where you are-absolute magic country to experience it you lucky buggar.
Has anyone out there ever had one of these type stove/ovens and used them for not only cooking
but hot water /air heating also.?
Seems like they would be great in winter but what about summer-Could be like a sauna.?
Before I go ahead and sell it off and possibly go all LPG I would like to consider all angles and would appreciate further feedback.