Unleashing The Power Of Electricity In Our Sailboat Kitchen! Ep 10

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Before buying a boat, we discussed converting our sailboat’s propane kitchen to electric. Now that we have a boat, it’s time to go all in on electric! However, the reason may not be what you think.

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Unleashing The Power Of Electricity In Our Sailboat Kitchen! Ep 10

Back in our home, we loved our propane grill in the back yard, made great steak! Now that we live on a boat, we can think of a having a heavy gas like propane onboard. If it ever leaked, it would sink in our bilges were our batteries live. The first spark, well, no more Chris and Danielle.

Now going electric has it’s pros and cons. Positives are things like we have more types of power available with our solar, generator, or even the engine. Cooking in our tiny kitchen is a lot cooler than standing over an open flame stove. And the big one, we aren’t going to blowup, at least from propane.

Now onto the negatives of going all electric. A big one would be the cost. Currently we don’t have the electrical capacity to really turn up the heat on our electrified kitchen. Need a little more battery to run the full 1800 watts the stove our oven demand. Another thing we have to worry about is our sailboats salty environment, tends to corrode things.

With all that said, we do love the current kitchen solution on our sailboat. Is it prefect, well what in life is. Can we improve it, hell yes, just time and money. Hope this video helps you in your tiny off grid electric kitchen.

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