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Old 08 September 2014, 04:23   #1
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Hot Plate Or Bbq On A Sib ?

Has anyone found a way of doing this?

When out on a mates fishing boat we have bacon sausages soup etc. Fancy having the same on my sib, quicksilver 430. Saw someone on a yacht doing the same with it hanging outboard of the boat, smelt lovely!

Thought about making a jig with a small flat surface and sides which could house my little camping stove which runs on those little butane bottles.

I fish mostly in an estuary 2 miles wide so doesn't get silly rough and would only go out in winter on the flatter days.

Any thoughts?
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Old 08 September 2014, 06:09   #2
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Thermos Flask?
if bay is only 2 miles go to the pub for lunch?
Hot things and rubber toobs not the best bed mates, only place to have solid mount is transom, right next to fuel lines!

Yachts have overhang so bbq "bits" fall straight into water.

Get a bigger boat?

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Old 08 September 2014, 07:44   #3
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Ha ha, nice one, what a great picture. Bigger boat brings all the other problems. Going to pub means you can't fish at same time. Plus can get the wife to cook up whilst I fish, saves going to shore. Was picturing a jig that hung over tube when anchored up and brought in or hinged up when travelling.
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A couple of pages into this thread (an interesting read in itself) a 12V microwave gets mentioned...
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What about a Cobb? Cobb GB - How it Works The base stays cold while your food gets hot.
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I would think a small propane grill would be fine as long as you thermally isolate it from any part of the boat (tube and floor.) Something with short legs (not the little wire stands that are meant for picnic tables) should do, or place it on a short wooden platform or the like. Make sure you allow it to cool before getting it near anything critical (like tubes.) They're cheap which is good as it won't last long in salt air, and reasonably reliable. Not the best grilling experience in the world, but better than nothing.

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Why not just Beach the SIB where you want ..AND HAVE A BARBI!?...Or a Fry up...or get a Smoker going??...Tandoor..Pizza Oven.. Or Whatever your Fancy??
We had different SIB's for years,and never even considered cooking on it as it was so easy to Beach and re-launch the thing!
4.3 SIB+COOKER+WATER+CREW IMO=GRIEF!
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Old 08 September 2014, 12:38   #8
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Thanks for suggestions so far. I already do beach all over and cook on the hot plate or have a webber portable bbq or even an open fire on beach but sometimes think it would be nice to fry up some sausages whilst at slack tide whilst not bothering to up anchor. Especially in winter. I thought someone may have made up a jig or something and may have a photo? I like the floating picnic table, lol
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Ha ha, I like it. They are funny boats. Is the idea to sleep in it? I suppose I could just make a board as a table which would go on the forward seat. When out in winter I sometimes would like a little extra protection but that would make casting a bit difficult. No windows either, lol
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