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Electric Grill? 13 Apr 2007 00:53 #1

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Does anyone know of an electric grill that can attach to the railings or rod holder?

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Electric Grill? 13 Apr 2007 00:59 #2

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Nope - why would you want an electric one? Do you have a generator?

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Electric Grill? 13 Apr 2007 01:02 #3

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To cook at the Marina where propane is not allowed.

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Electric Grill? 13 Apr 2007 01:06 #4

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Aha... makes sense

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Electric Grill? 13 Apr 2007 01:36 #5

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Can you use charcoal or no open flame allowed? I have seen charcoal magma grills that can attach in that fashion.

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Electric Grill? 13 Apr 2007 01:51 #6

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No open flame at all. Some use the stand-up Forman grill on the dock, but my stern faces away from the dock and I want the convenience and privacy of having the grill right in the cockpit area.

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Electric Grill? 17 Apr 2007 20:06 #7

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I will throw a thought out for you to consider. I have a Wolfgang Puck electric griddle with a smooth side and a ridged grill side. I have used it indoors but it does get very hot and smokey so it might be an interesting option for cooking in the cockpit of your boat. It is nice and big so I use it often when cooking breakfast for a crowd.:arr

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Electric Grill? 17 Apr 2007 20:10 #8

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Thanks for the idea. That is an interesting option. Perhaps I could get something like that and rig up (connect it to) a table that could be mounted in a rod holder. I want to hang it over the side so that I can maximize the space in the cockpit.

What do you think?

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Electric Grill? 17 Apr 2007 21:14 #9

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The unit I have also includes a metal drip pan underneath the burner so it would be ok on a table top. I think you could hook it up directly to your Kipor.:hammer :kidding :arr

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Electric Grill? 03 Oct 2007 22:33 #10

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I purchased one at Wal-Mart for $29.99 a few weeks ago and it works great. A little slow - takes about an hour to cook a steak well-done. But looks like a regular gas grill and is good sized. We have a transom on rear that's large enough to fit a small camping table in which the grill sits on top. There's no heat generated onto the table however, so one could simply place the grill on top of a standard outside table on the boat's top deck. Our marina also doesn't allow anything but electric grills.

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Electric Grill? 04 Oct 2007 04:45 #11

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Electric Grill? 08 Oct 2007 14:37 #12

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pinfante;13240 wrote: No open flame at all. Some use the stand-up Forman grill on the dock, but my stern faces away from the dock and I want the convenience and privacy of having the grill right in the cockpit area.


You could always get one of those table top electric grills and mount it temporarily on a Magma table . This isn't something you would want to do while underway, but at the marina I see no problem with this. Reg

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Electric Grill? 09 Oct 2007 11:46 #13

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No open flame at all.


If this is the case, then an electric BBQ will not work either as when the fat drips off your meat, you are going to get open flame even with electric.;) Seems like you have no choice but to go with something like a foreman grill.

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