Summer Kitchen

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TW720HVY
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Summer Kitchen

Postby TW720HVY » Thu Mar 29, 2018 11:11 am

Hello everyone, new to ContinuousWave and maybe one day new to the Boston Whaler family.

The boat we are interested in has an option for the Summer Kitchen, and when I do a search there doesn't seem to be a lot of information out there about it.

I am hoping to learn from those that have this option, if in fact they are happy with it and it cooks food satisfactory. I do understand its probably not going to cook a thick stake or chop, just want to make sure it can handle everything else.

Rick

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Re: Summer Kitchen

Postby Jefecinco » Thu Mar 29, 2018 7:18 pm

Rick,

If no one is able to provide the information you've requested try the Boston Whaler website. If the boat you're interested in is not too old the Summer Kitchen may be a current option. You can check on the "Build a Boat" link for more detailed information including current pricing for the option.
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Re: Summer Kitchen

Postby Dutchman » Fri Mar 30, 2018 8:47 am

Which boat are you interested in? Model and year?
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Re: Summer Kitchen

Postby Phil T » Fri Mar 30, 2018 10:49 am

Given the 315 Conquest has only been in production for 4 years and in low numbers, there are only a few members here.

In my opinion I would contact your dealer and Whaler corporate and have them put you in touch with 315 Conquest owners who can speak to the option. https://www.bostonwhaler.com/family-overview/conquest-boat-models/315-conquest/

Given the price point you are at, it would be indicative of their level of service to do this. If not feasible, it is informative.
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Re: Summer Kitchen

Postby TW720HVY » Wed Apr 04, 2018 4:05 pm

Thank you guys for the reply. We are spec-ing a new 315 with this option and not sure if it is worth the money, or if it'll become dusty, or if it's the best thing since sliced bread.

The feedback we received from the sea trial was some customers say it doesn't cook thick stakes and chops well. Wondering if others had the same experiences as well, good or bad.