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Marine Stove

Marine Stove is the most popular choice for adding a wood stove to your boat or floating vessel. I'll have to admit, I hadn't really thought about wood heating out on the open water.

These are actually manufactured by Navigator Stove Works and are made-to-order. As far as I know, dealers don't carry these, but definitely let us know if we are wrong. Keep in mind that your installation needs to meet NFPA regulations. These heaters are specifically designed for boats, with enamel coatings and sea handles. You'd hate to go over a nasty wave and throw your hand against a hot iron cook surface.

The Sardine NSW1 is the smallest model in the lineup. Its unbelievably small, about 1 ft. by 1ft. by 1ft. It weighs only 35 pounds! Yet its rated up to 18000 BTUs. This will burn both wood and charcoal and claims 86% efficiency. People rave about this stove though. It starts at around $1000 or so, more with options. It also has a small cooking surface as well.

Little Cod is the Sardine's big brother.Its sized at 18x12x14 inches or so. It gets up to 28000 BTUs and is priced starting at just over $1300.

The Halibut is the biggest wood and coal dual burner available and kicks out around 35000BTU.







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