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Old August 26th, 2008, 02:59 PM   #1
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Opinions of cooking on a boat, whats the group consensus? Idea would be to cook the food ahead of time and reheat on the boat. Would a small propane powered grill be safe, if fastened to the boat in a secure manor?
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Old August 26th, 2008, 03:02 PM   #2
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Pre-cooked & reheated = best.

Grilling is tough, unless it's a pontoon or you have a marine grille that clamps to a railing and hangs overboard. Most boats have a premium of space to put a hot thing that could (a) damage the boat, (b) create a fire/explosion, and (c) burn people
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Magma makes a great marine propane grill.
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are we talking a yacht or a canoe?
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All depends on space. Storage is not the best on my boat, in fact its pretty bad. But I have used a small coleman propane grill on the swim platform.

Pontoons often come with bbq's attached :)
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