REVIEW Five barbecues for your boat from 10 to 330 euros!


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Before it was just a trend, now an established reality. Barbecue is no longer done in the garden, but on the boat, at anchor in the roadstead! It is no coincidence that many shipyards now include an integrated grill set in the cockpit (the first to launch it was Dufour). There are many solutions for succulent grilling of meat and fish on board, from a few euros up to sets for real barbecue professionals. We went on the hunt for the most interesting ones and here are five products for you, ranging from 9.99 to 336 euros.

If you’re a “green” sailor, you won’t be able to do without Casus Grill, the new environmentally friendly and biodegradable disposable barbecue: it is made exclusively of natural materials. It heats up quickly and is ready to cook in just 5 minutes. Casus Grill uses bamboo carbon, insulating lava stones, natural bamboo packaging and cardboard packaging. It costs 9.99 euros.

This is a folding model and has been awarded for its ease of use. It has three feet that ensure its stability, and the grill can also be used as a “stove” with which you can make coffee, put on a frying pan and more. It comes in a convenient bag with shoulder strap and is covered with an ultra-durable paint that protects it even at the highest temperatures. It weighs only 1.3 kilograms and costs 37.95 euros.

Party Grill CV is a multifunctional gas barbecue: you can cook on the grill, on the nonstick griddle or directly on the flame. It is therefore an alternative to the traditional stove and charcoal. Easy to clean and convenient to transport, most of its components are dishwasher safe. It costs 43.90 euros.

Lotus Grill is the first portable charcoal barbecue free of noxious fumes. Inside the barbecue is a container in which you are going to place charcoal, to be ignited using a gel provided by Lotus. The flow of air created is from the bottom to the top: the barbecue takes cold air from below, which, passing between the charcoal, becomes hot and is distributed over the grill. It costs about 240 euros.

The Magma gas boat barbecue is one of the best sellers because of its practicality. It is sold complete with pressure regulator for aluminum Camping Gaz cylinders (CV270/470). Manufactured from polished stainless steel with stainless steel radiating grid, all its components are interconnected to prevent falling overboard. The lid can be positioned as a screen. From 336 euros.




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