Boat Stoves Will Keep Boaters – And Stomachs – Happy on the Water
Short cruises can be taken on a moment’s notice, but boaters know that longer rides often require some preparation. Lengthy trips can be a blast, but eventually you’ll be getting hungry! Boat stoves are an important component of your vessel, and choosing the right one will be a matter of your boat’s needs personal preference.
Purchasing a boat stove begins with deciding which fuel type you prefer. The most popular type of range for a water voyage is a propane boat stove. The fuel to operate the stove is often inexpensive and clean. Options include one to four burners and ovens as needed.
For smaller water vessels, alcohol boat stoves are a wonderful option. The cooking fuel is clean, easy to find and works perfectly on weekender recreational boats.
Another option for boaters is electric stoves, which are ideal for larger power vessels that run on generators. A diesel stove may be the most appropriate choice for fishing vessels. Larger stoves used in sailboats are typically gimbaled to compensate for the vessel heeling over while you prepare the meal underway.
Knowledge about the fuel, material options, features and size will guide you in your search for appropriate stove top or range. In the end, you’ll be happy you took the time to find the right one. Besides, what better feeling is there than enjoying home-cooked meal – on the open water?