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    Dickinson Marine is a Canadian company that manufactures steel appliances for the marine industry. Their products are very popular among cruise ships, commercial marine businesses, and the recreational boating community.

    Dickinson Marine Fireplaces

    Installing a fireplace inside of your boat is a great way to keep warm when you’re out on the water. The Dickinson design is both an effective and safe machine to install because of the direct vent design that keeps the combustion process outside of your boat. There’s a built-in blower system that brings the heated air inside of the boat cabin.

    Some other reasons you’d want to buy a fireplace by Dickinson Marine are:

    • Easy to install
    • Made of stainless steel
    • Large glass window with safety screen for viewing
    • Safe direct-vent operation
    • Unaffected by motion or wind
    • Thermal efficiency
    • Consumes very little fuel
    • Compact and attractive to look at

    Dickinson Marine Heaters

    If you don’t like the idea of a fireplace on your boat or you want a cheaper alternative then buying a heater is a good idea. These heaters either heat your boat using propane or can be used to burn wood, charcoal briquettes, or coal (solid fuel heaters). Heaters should be used ideally on boats that are 20-25 feet long.

    Some features included in propane or solid fuel heaters are:

    • Required chimney
    • Removable ash drawer for solid fuel
    • Decorative laser cut door
    • Removes moisture with dry heat

    Dickinson Gas Stove

    Investing in a stove is almost a necessity if you’re planning on take long trips out to sea on your boat. Dickinson provides a line of different gas stoves that provide both a cooktop and an oven.

    Some features included in Dickinson’s line of gas stoves includes:

    • 11,000 BTU front burner
    • 7,000 BTU rear burner(s)
    • Safety ‘flame-out’ protection
    • Decorative laser cut design
    • Pot holders, wooden cutting board, and 1 sea rail included


    Warranties can vary depending on what appliance you buy. Typically, there is a 3 year warranty on any burning elements and a 1 year general warranty.

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