Moody 29 ZOOM IN TO SEE THE RESCUE CRAFT BEHIND THE BOAT

CCHEF ON MOODY 29 What a background

Yacht Akela

owned by Stuart Anderson . 

The picture was taken next to Eilean nan Eildean adjacent to Carna in Loch Sunart - and they were tucked in avoiding the high winds in July2009,

CCHEF NOTE

I love the boats in tow(zoom in)

Review/Comments The CCHEF was fantastic and provoked much interest up the west coast of scotland.  It was so much easier than our old gas bbq.  

Yacht LADY ALICE

owned By Nigel Crinion

Lying Spain

 

CCHEF NOTE

THE SUN IS SHINING IN SPAIN

MAKES ME WONDER WHY I AM NOT THERE

Review/Comments

The boat is an old MFV, we attached the BBQ to a grab handle, which has done a perfect job for mounting the BBQ.

We were very pleased with the quality and convienience of the BBQ and enjoyed evenings sat in the marina enjoying good food.

She is moored in Estepona in Southern Spain,

The boat was built in Sweden in 1930 as a trawler, she was professionally converted in approx 1970 to a motor sailor, she has a solid construction Oak on Oak.

 
Tolbos CCHEF

Yacht TOLBOS

Owned by Keith and Sheila Hutchison

 

CHEF NOTE

THE SUN DOES SHINE IN SCOTLAND, and when it does it does not get better than this.

Review/Comments

We bought the CChef before going on our annual two week holiday on the West coast of Scotland. Unfortunately the weather this year was really bad and we didn't use the CChef as often as we had hoped. 
However, we did manage to use it a few times both then and more recently and I have attached a photograph of the BBQ in use this last weekend. We were anchored in Loch Spelve on Mull and as you can see we did have some good weather!
Our boat is a Tosca 36 called "Tolbos". She was built and launched in Cape Town in 1987 and before coming to this country sailed to Brazil and the West Indies. We bought her here in 2000 and she has been kept on the West coast of Scotland near Oban since then - cruising the inshore waters nearby and as far as Canna, Skye and the Outer Hebrides to the north and Gigha and Islay to the south. 
I have attached a photograph of Tolbos under sail - as you can see she is unusual inasmuch as she has a multicoloured Genoa. 

 
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Yacht Little Dove

 

Owned by Tim Shears

 

CCHEF NOTE

Rustler Yachts are Superb, and I defy anybody to find better quality,

If you want the best, and demand high standards Click here

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Rustler

 

 

Review/Comments

From Tim Shears

 

 

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We used the BBQ several times this summer. I like it for several reasons. 

1. Stainless steel so no rust and easy to clean. 
2. Uses disposables so easy to replenish anywhere and easy to dispose of when cool - just fold over and put in your normal gash. 

 

 


 

 

Motor Boat Kingfisher

Quicksilver 650 Weekender

Note from CCHEF

Its great to get away anywhere whenever you fancy it.

Review/Comments
Kingfisher, our Quicksilver 650 Weekender in a spot you may know, on the river  Fowey, going towards Lerryn. We've been very impressed by the quality of the BBQ and look forward to using it many more times, hopefully we can send a photo from the Norfolk Broads when we visit there later in the year,

Motor Boat Kingfisher

Owner Bill Clark

Review/Comments

Rental boat from 'France Fluviale'.

We did a one-way, one week trip from St Florentin - Vermenton that took us on the Burgundy and River Yonne/Nivernais canal system.

A great trip along the canals of Burgundy,

and the new BBQ worked a treat.

Grant Morris

Review/Comments Another happy customer

Reel Fun 2 owned by Mark Dabner, based in The Historic Barbican in Plymouth, Devon.

Returned Tagged Shark Fishing at its best, and a C-CHEF on board for those Bacon sandwiches or perhaps some fresh fish.

Give him a call for an amazing day out,

07719 353 565

http://www.reelfunfish.co.uk

Editors Note

They last for years, as this one bought second hand is an early version, but nothing like a sunset.

Review/Comments

 

Just a quick note to pass on our appreciation of the C-Chef BBQ.
We bought it second hand I’m afraid but it does say something for its longevity as it still looks like new.
Only used it twice so far but the results were excellent, certainly better than our previous boat BBQ.
Photo is a beautiful May evening in Newtown River, Isle of Wight.

Keep up the good work

Alan & Janis
Flying Fox

Our boat is Flying Fox, a Stag 28, that we sail mainly around the Solent and Poole area.
We enjoy our barbecues and will have one virtually every time the weather is good enough. 

Over the years we’ve tried many different types and the C-Chef provides the best results yet.
We are looking forward to catching our first mackerel of the year to give that a go.

I’ve obtained a Stainless roasting tin and trivet that fits neatly into the C-Chef.

and make up my own ‘disposables’

that way I can tailor the amount of charcoal to the task in hand. http://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B00IK00GMY/ref=pe_385721_37038051_TE_3p_dp_1

Review From

Vicky Butterworth

Bristol

 

I had looked at other BBQ’s specifically for boats, however I felt when I saw all the adjustable pieces to the C Chef I felt it would fit the bars on my boat much better, as none of the bars on the boat are exactly straight.

I was a little dubious about the price to start with but once it had been delivered (next day delivery) I could see that it had been hand made to a high standard, and that everything for a successful BBQ had been considered – the wind shield, the lip around the grill (so your sausages don’t roll off) the tray to keep the food warm,  the skewer ‘space’,  the actual fixings.  It packs away compactly = which is so important when out boating.

I used it the same weekend on the boat.  I went fishing and caught mackerel off of Dartmouth and decided to cook , moored up at Galmpton , a little up the River Dart.  I used instant BBWQ’s from my local petrol station, and these seemed to work really well.  It made cooking a pleasent and easy experience. I cooked 4 mackeral and 4 burgers with no trouble, and used it again for the next day , with more mackerel.  The BBQ was attached to the bars of my swim platform, so it was effectively over the water – perfectly safe, and also felt this didn’t take up any more room in the boat.

In my opinion, it is a fantastic bit of kit, and you may see some BBQ’s cheaper, but the considerations of cooking potentially anchored, and sturdiness, I really think it is worth paying more.

I can forsee this saving us a fortune in meals off of the boat (I have no kitchen/ cooking area in the   boat) and am very,  very pleased.

No mess  - or carrying coals.  I let the BBQ cool and then dispose of it at the next bin stop and the C Chef can be wiped over and packed away.

Alan’s customer service is also fantastic.   I thoroughly recommend you consider this product if you are looking for a straightforward hassle free way of cooking out on the boat.

Review from

Linda Barley

I took this picture on the back of Mv Effie the morning we left the river Lot in France . Having just looked at it I realised it was a rather good picture of the BBQ and thought I would share it with you. A truly essential bit of kit.
Linda

Pictures from

Andrew Hall

The pictures were taken on the island of Korcula in Croatia, and the boat name is "Misty", on a Bavaria Cruiser 46"

We certainly enjoyed the barbecue many times this summer.

 

 

 

 

 

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(MY FAVOURITE SAILING AREA)

 

Friday Feeling in Vliho, Lefkada, and Fiscardo

 

I am so Pleased with these pictures from the Ionian, after all the hard work to develop CCHEF,

So get Those cameras going.

 

 

 

 

 


 

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