No new boat
yet and still not sure what it will be other than big enough for my lanky 6'4" butt to liveaboard
comfortably and cruise
. I have come across a super deal on new stoves and cabin
heaters(definately a must here in Va where it is already in the 30's) My thoughts are to keep it simple and run the same fuel
in everything. A diesel engine
will definately be in the picture, so I was thinking about using diesel fuel
to fire the stove
,oven and heater
.Problem is ,I have no experience with these items and was wondering how efficient they would be compared to propane
,which is the other option. Leaning toward diesel due to availability in most places, but don't want to use these if I will have to deal with soot and strong fumes in the cabin
. Wood heat would be great, but not practical, and I am aware of the dangers of each fuel .
I have my choice of either the sigmar diesel 170 heater(17000btu) or two force 10 dirrect vent propane
and for stoves with ovens the choices are the sigmar 200 diesel stove
or the force 10 3 burner propane range.
Your thoughts please.