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  1. #1
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    Default Does this solve the bbq on board dilemma?

    Sorry if it has been posted before...
    https://www.firebox.com/BBQ-Donut-Boat/p5437

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    Default Re: Does this solve the bbq on board dilemma?

    I would love to see the faces of other boaters if you deployed one of these in Newtown Creek

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    Default Re: Does this solve the bbq on board dilemma?

    Hot coals on Polythene inflatable
    Regal 2250 - see www.sportsboat.org.uk

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    Default Re: Does this solve the bbq on board dilemma?

    Quote Originally Posted by gjgm View Post
    Sorry if it has been posted before...
    https://www.firebox.com/BBQ-Donut-Boat/p5437
    Only five years ago....

    http://www.ybw.com/forums/showthread...-Cops-on-bikes

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    Default Re: Does this solve the bbq on board dilemma?

    Quote Originally Posted by jimmy_the_builder View Post
    Thanks for the reminder of that link. Richards Rihanna link is still there

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    Default Re: Does this solve the bbq on board dilemma?

    The firebox-boat is an awesome concept. In less-green days I guess there might have been a single-use version so that you could just pull the plug and let the whole thing including uneaten sausages, dirty crockery and half-spent charcoal sink (once you had regained the relative safety of the mothership)

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    Default Re: Does this solve the bbq on board dilemma?

    Quote Originally Posted by benjenbav View Post
    The firebox-boat is an awesome concept. In less-green days I guess there might have been a single-use version so that you could just pull the plug and let the whole thing including uneaten sausages, dirty crockery and half-spent charcoal sink (once you had regained the relative safety of the mothership)
    Ah no, the firebox *is* the mothership, this is the tender:

    http://www.foodbeast.com/news/worlds...-bbq-on-water/

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    Default Re: Does this solve the bbq on board dilemma?

    Quote Originally Posted by jimmy_the_builder View Post
    Ah no, the firebox *is* the mothership, this is the tender:

    http://www.foodbeast.com/news/worlds...-bbq-on-water/
    It just gets better. I'm sat in front of a computer, but in another reality there are a couple of inflatable sofas, a foodbeast glowing merrily, Groove Armada in the house, some cold tinnies and, and...

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    Default Re: Does this solve the bbq on board dilemma?

    Jtb..are you really suggesting that you are so young that you can remember a post from 5 years ago ��

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