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bricktop
Aug-09-2009 @ 8:23 PM                           Permalink
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We have just come back from two glorious weeks on the river. The problem I have is the Boss has decided that we really could do with a new cooker on the boat. The present one is a Vanette S2 but I forgot to measure it!! Can anyone help me with the dimensions please as we will not be up again for a few weeks?? Question



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Aug-10-2009 @ 9:24 AM                           Permalink
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Be carefull what you throw out!!!! There is only a very limited choice of boat cookers as they must have flame failure devices. Whilst some may look pretty they don't always work as well.Full size free standing are hard to come by and they are deeper than they used to be.

We changed ours and it was not as straightforward as you might imagine!!!! And whilst the appearance has improved the operation of the oven at the very least is not as good!!!!

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hi john and bern ,
good to see the other week , getting back to the cooker problem , we too had to get rid of our vanette gas cooker as it was getting problems and spares to get were a problem , so a new cooker it was , spent a good while looking , but in the end we got 1 , and as marshman has posted , it had to have a F.F.D  to fit in with the BSs , bit adjusting to the cupboards as it was a bit deeper , anyhow you can see the 1 we bought on this link plus other advice ,
http://www.the-norfolk-broads.co.uk/viewmessages.cfm?Forum=38&Topic=5759&srow=1&erow=10
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steve and vicky

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Hi We purchased a Bompani cooker last year from Stalham Gas and very happy We are with it. When we first looked at it there was a problem with suitability for marine use but I contacted The BSS office and got confirmation that it would be ok The Calor Gas web site now confirms its suitable for inland waterway use http://www.calorcookerandfireshop.co.uk/acatalog/bompani-101.html
Hope this is of use
Bob

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