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River Runner

RO# 33941

Posted - Mar 10 2017 :  12:16:41  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
On my old boat I had a Stainless Magma grill. It was one of the small round ones that mounted to the rail. I was less than thrilled with it more due to size than anything else. Does anyone have a recommendation for a larger gas grill that I can mount to my rear railing on my new houseboat? I am looking for one that can survive outside in the weather so I am thinking of stainless or cast aluminum.

Thanks!

Homeport: OH

Anchor Management

RO# 32420



Posted - Mar 10 2017 :  13:20:49  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
I'm very happy with my Magma. They are pricey but seem to hold up very well. I have had some of the round ones in the past and they never seemed to stay lit in any kind of breeze and the lids were a PITA. I haven't experienced this with the larger rectangular ones.

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2006 52 Searay Sedan Bridge

Homeport: Haverstraw, NY Go to Top of Page

Reel Antsy

RO# 9587



Posted - Mar 10 2017 :  13:42:15  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
I have the Magma Catalina. Love it over the round models. In 10 years, no issues other than replacing the burner pipe, which is easy to do. I use the fish mount rail to secure it to a rod holder on my taft rail but they have several mounting options.

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Jamie
1985 Trojan F32





Edited by - Reel Antsy on Mar 10 2017 13:44:21

Homeport: Rockville, MD / Colonial Beach, VA Go to Top of Page

Never North

RO# 19698

Posted - Mar 12 2017 :  14:17:13  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
I also have the Magma Catalina and use this rail mount "Grillamount".
Sets up quick and works well.

http://www.grillamount.com/

Eppy


Never North

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rnbenton

RO# 31163



Posted - Mar 14 2017 :  15:17:06  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
I always used a rail mounted bait cutting board and sat a Weber Q on it. Worked wonderfully well.

Bob


Key West 196 Bay Reef, 150 Yamaha
USCG 50 Ton MMC, Tow Assist Endorsement
SSI Certified Instructor Level 1


Homeport: Palm Coast, FL Go to Top of Page

Robyns Nest

RO# 4846

Posted - Mar 14 2017 :  15:55:40  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
quote:
Originally posted by rnbenton

I always used a rail mounted bait cutting board and sat a Weber Q on it. Worked wonderfully well.

Bob




+1

Best way to go if not dealing with the boat rocking.


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2003 56 Post Convertible 2x1300HP V12 MAN
2001 26' Boston Whaler Outrage 2 x Mercury 225 Optimax
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"The future ain't what is used to be."
- Yogi Berra

Homeport: Monmouth Beach NJ Go to Top of Page

rapscallion

RO# 31236

Posted - Mar 14 2017 :  16:48:53  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
My boat has a Dickinson Sea-b-q. Works pretty good. Rebuilt it once in eight seasons. I store it at home during the winter. Boat also has a Dickinson propane heater that works really well. Never had to do anything to it. Speaks to the quality of Dickinson's products.


Homeport: Ladner, British Columbia Go to Top of Page

RWS

RO# 25075



Posted - Mar 15 2017 :  06:29:00  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
quote:
Originally posted by Robyns Nest

quote:
Originally posted by rnbenton

I always used a rail mounted bait cutting board and sat a Weber Q on it. Worked wonderfully well.

Bob




+1

Best way to go if not dealing with the boat rocking.


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+100

I mounted my Weber Baby Q to a piece of black starboard.

Mounted the starboard to a Magma gimbal mount that goes into the rodholder.

Best damned combination I have ever seen or used !!!!

RWS


1983 Trojan International 10 Meter
Twin Yanmar 315 Turbodiesels
Solid Glass Hull
Woodless Stringers
Full Hull Liner
Trojan International Website: http://trojanboat.com/

Homeport: FL Go to Top of Page

River Runner

RO# 33941

Posted - Mar 17 2017 :  08:19:06  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
The Weber grills I know are charcoal. Are these gas?

I'll look into the Dickinson products as well.

Thanks



Homeport: OH Go to Top of Page

ronbo

RO# 4007

Posted - Mar 17 2017 :  16:52:36  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
+1. On the Weber Baby Q

I have mine mounted on a pole mount cutting board..

They work great in the wind and use 1 lb propane gas bottles

Ron



Homeport: bellmore Go to Top of Page

ronbo

RO# 4007

Posted - Mar 17 2017 :  16:52:54  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
+1. On the Weber Baby Q

I have mine mounted on a pole mount cutting board..

They work great in the wind and use 1 lb propane gas bottles

Ron



Homeport: bellmore Go to Top of Page
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