Best Boat Bbq Grill in 2023
Magma Products, Party Size Marine Kettle Gas Grill, A10-215
Kuuma 58140-A Camco 58140 Stow N' Go 125 Gas Grill
- 125 square inch cooking surface with a heat output of 9000 BTU/hr
- Constructed of 300 series marine grade stainless steel and comes fully assembled
- Regulator has 1 inch to 20 inch throwaway cylinder threads
- Can be easily mounted to any Kuuma rail, rod, or pedestal mount
- Measures 19.75" x 11.25" x 11"
Magma Products, Cabo Adventurer Marine Series Gas Grill, A10-703
- 100% 18-9 mirror Polished stainless steel with a 9" x 18" (23cm x 46cm) 162 sq. In. (1045sq.Cm) grilling area
- Fold-away legs, perfect for that quick Picnic
- Oversized lockable lid; won't slam shut and features a draw tight latch to secure all inner components for Transport and a durable heat resistant all weather plastic handle with air cooled supports
- Convenient snap-out radiant plate; allows quick, easy clean-up and perfect even heat distribution
- Locking Grease Tray accessible from either side
Smoke Hollow Grill Modified for 1.25" Railing on Pontoon Boats w/Arnall's Stainless Grill Brackets.
- Grill on your Pontoon boat with 305" of cooking surface! Portable gas grill modified to work on 1.25" square Pontoon railing.
- Bracket Set is Marine Grade 304 x 7GA Stainless Steel Laser Cut
- Requires 1.25" OPEN square fence railing.
Magma Products, Original Size Marine Kettle 3 Combination Stove & Gas Grill, A10-207-3
- New waterproof electronic Pulse ignition System, lights 1st time, every time
- 100% 18-9 mirror Polished stainless steel; for long lasting beauty and superior corrosion resistance
- Newly Redesigned heavy-duty stainless steel inner safety shell; keeps outer shell cooler for safety, guards against discoloration, and adds years of life to the grill
- Swiveling, windproof turbo venturi tube and Control valve/regulator; virtually eliminates blow-outs, places fuel and valve where it is convenient for you, and allows safe, easy canister exchanges
- Burner and hi Tech radiant plate and dome heat distribution design; less flare ups, longer grill life, perfect even heat distribution as a grill or direct open Flame cooking as a stove
Cuisinart Grill Modified for Pontoon Boat with Arnall's Stainless Grill Bracket Set RED
- Mounts to 1.25" OPEN square Pontoon Boat Railing Brackets are Marine Stainless Steel
- THIS ITEM WILL SHIP SAME DAY ORDERED IF BEFORE 2 PM
- NEW** Search "ARNALLS PONTOON CHEF" to see our new FULL STAINLESS VERSION!
- Cuisinart Petit Grill has 145 square inches of grilling surface
- Grill is customized to work with Arnall's Grill Brackets / No Tools needed for secure installation
Magma Products, Monterey II Infrared Gourmet Series Gas Grill, A10-1225-2GS
- New tempered glass viewing window New beautiful rounded edge design Redesigned dynamic combustion system
- Made in the U.S.A. Constructed of 100% 18-9 marine grade mirror polished stainless steel Full double lined lower shell Hermetically sealed thermometer
- Equipped with integrated fold-away legs Locking front access grease tray 12"x24" main grilling area 5-1/2"x24" secondary grilling area
- Uses standard 1 lb. disposable propane canisters or adapts to on-board LPG or CNG systems
- New electronic ignition Infrared radiant screens
Magma Products, ChefsMate Connoisseur Series Gas Grill, A10-803
- Fold-away legs, oversized perfectly balanced lockable lid with full length handle
- Inner safety shell funnels grease into front access, lock in place grease tray
- Convenient snap out radiant plate for even heat distribution and easy clean up
- 100% 18-8 mirror polished stainless steel
- Swiveling valve allows quick and safe gas bottle exchange
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Cuisinart CGG-059 Grillster 8,000 BTU Portable Gas Grill
- 146-SQUARE-INCH ENAMELED STEEL COOKING GRATE: 146-square-inches of enameled steel grates give you a spacious cooking surface and is also dishwasher safe, making cleaning the grates a breeze use after use.
- 8, 000 BTU burner works with 1 lb. Propane tank: features an 8, 000 BTU burner, a push to Ignite start button, and is compatible with a 1 lb. Propane tank giving you ultimate portability.
- Compact enough to take anywhere: The grill measures 19 x 11. 5 x 10 inches and weighs only 10 lbs. , making it easy for transport and ideal for decks, patios and balconies, camping, Tailgating and more.
- Grill hood lifts out of the way: the hood lifts up to give total access to the grate. It's attached to the base, and can easily latch and lock Back in place to securely carry or store.
- Fast and easy setup: The grill requires no assembly and can be set up and ready for grilling in under 10 minutes without the need for tools or matches.
Coral Castle - Huge Tables, Sundials, and Telescopes, and Even a BBQ Grill... All Made from Coral
Ed Leedskalnin built this amazing castle out of coral for his lady love, and she never even bothered to come see it.
To get here, just jump on the Dixie Highway and head south from Miami to Homestead to about 286th. There it is, over on your left. It's much smaller than you think it will be from the brochures, so do keep an eye out or you'll miss it.
How the story goes according to the flyers, website, and our personal tour guide, is that this little 5', 100 lb guy fell in love with a little 16 yr old chickie in Slovenia, who then dumped his little butt because he was too old for her (by 10 years). He, with broken heart in hand, came to the US and moved around doing various odd jobs until he settled in Southern Florida and started this project in honor of the little wench. Rumor has it that as of at least the late 80s she was still alive and living in Slovenia, but had never bothered to come see this place, which took like 28 years (1923-1951) to build. By hand. (I'm thinkin' it should only take Lars about 10 years to build one for me...)
Now, you have to understand what I'm saying here. Five foot tall. One Hundred pounds. By hand. Tons of Coral dug up and carved in very large blocks. The only tools he used were hand tools and pullies. For real.
Coral Castle is relatively small and can be viewed in all of 2 minutes, but given the background of the place you will want to stop and ponder. It really is a wonder. Fourth grade education or no, the guy was an obsessed genius.
Ed Leedskalnin lived in this tiny little tower in the corner with nothing more than a hanging cot and a chair while building the place. We're talking more sparse than a jail cell here. This tower was so well built by him though that it has withstood several huge hurricanes with zero damage... Andrew comes to mind.
So what's there to see here, really? Well hell man... coral, coral everywhere... in the form of huge tables carved into the shape of hearts, a wondrous bbq grill, chairs everywhere, a perpetual sun dial which also serves as an accurate calendar, and a telescope which is just too amazing for words. Carved out of coral. I'm not joking here. The place is just wonderment. And gorgeous. Had it not been all dreary and drizzling, we could have spent a lovely day here just picnicking and thinking about it all.
They have a small snack bar area, but it wasn't open yet since we arrived right at 10AM when the place opened, they did give us free coffee and cookies though. The gift shop is big, but they don't really have a ton of items. Little replicas of the place, videos, post cards, t-shirts... NO stickers, sweatshirts, or jackets... grr (personal pet peeve, that), candles, wall hangings, and that sort of stuff. We bought some Coral Castle rock coasters for about 9 bucks.
The staff was extremely helpful and enthusiastic about the place. Nothing was really rote about anything. I mean the facts are memorized for sure, but the delivery is not dry and dull at all. These folks love this place.
Was Coral Castle worth the cost of admittance? Absolutely.
Cost of Admission:
Adults $ 9.75
Children (7-12) $ 5.00
Children (under 6) no charge
Senior Citizens (62+) $6.50