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Old 16-08-2021, 00:38   #1
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Looking for a new gas Cooker/stove. 2 burner, oven and grill, anyone got any good ideas ?
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Old 16-08-2021, 05:46   #2
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I believe my neighbors in the Marathon FL mooring field still have a Dickinson 2-burner ‘Caribbean’ for sale. They are going all electric therefore the sale.

If interested let me know and I’ll put you in touch with them if they still have it
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Old 16-08-2021, 08:15   #3
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It would be helpful for you to describe the boat you have, the style of cooking you like to do, and how much/long you will be on the boat.

Otherwise you are going to get random comments that may not have anything to do with your needs.
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Old 16-08-2021, 15:10   #4
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Thank you, yes I'm interested, please give them my details, regards Terry.
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Old 16-08-2021, 17:22   #5
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Re: Cooker

Sonerai1, please fill out your personal profile, including your location. Without this data it is hard to answer many questions you might post, and you will get useless replies like a stove in Florida (I'm guessing that you are in Oz from your boat being a Northshore, and the use of the term "cooker" rather than "stove"). Could be wrong, of course!

At any rate, more info will be of help to us all.

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“Random” and “useless?” Yall sure nasty, given that I replied with exactly what the OP was looking for, and since I didn’t know his locale, gave mine. And it’s not my stove in any case. G.zeus

@Sonerai1: since I now know you’re in Oz, and given the cluster that is shipping these days, you probably want something closer to you? That said, next time I see the neighbor, I’ll direct him to this thread
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“Random” and “useless?” Yall sure nasty, given that I replied with exactly what the OP was looking for, and since I didn’t know his locale, gave mine. And it’s not my stove in any case. G.zeus

@Sonerai1: since I now know you’re in Oz, and given the cluster that is shipping these days, you probably want something closer to you? That said, next time I see the neighbor, I’ll direct him to this thread
Ummm... mate, there was no criticism of you in my post, rather it was directed at the OP who was negligent in not posting his location or other data useful to responders.

Not so nasty...

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Re: Cooker

# 1 idea : look at caravan ovens...they are way cheaper than 'marine' stuff and just as good quality

while ago we fitted an oven & cooktop from these guys
https://www.swiftappliancegroup.com.au/
and it was fabulous. very very impressive

of course you will need to sort out gimballing (which not an issue for us) but the saving will be worth it - plus there is a much wider range

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# 1 idea : look at caravan ovens...they are way cheaper than 'marine' stuff and just as good quality

while ago we fitted an oven & cooktop from these guys
https://www.swiftappliancegroup.com.au/
and it was fabulous. very very impressive

of course you will need to sort out gimballing (which not an issue for us) but the saving will be worth it - plus there is a much wider range

cheers,
I would be very careful selecting a gas (I'm assuming propane) appliance for a boat that is not "marine" certified. And certified by whatever agency certifies marine appliances in your country.

Force 10 is a brand that is widely used in the USA and it has all the ABYC required safety features.
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