Good Afternoon All,   I need to replace the 120v Seaward Princess stove/range in my boat. 

What are my options? Any advice woulod be greatly appreciated.

Thank you Robert

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Robert, I just replaced my little princess on my 38 commander with a very nice stove from Force 10 - we love it.  It is a stainless modern version of the little princess.  It fits nicely in the footprint except a little wider at the very bottom front.   The little princes narrows at the bottom compared to the Force 10.   When I am at the boat this weekend I can take a few pictures for you.  I bought mine from Fisheries Supplies.  You will require a F65335 (120) and trim kit F70034 if you want a fix mount (non gimbled).    Attached are the plans.

Mark

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I think they have a direct replacement available, it may be an interesting phone call to have with them.  There have been some very interesting stories about conversations with the suppliers.

Thank you Mark , I will go the same route, I would appreciate some pics when you get to your boat,

Thanks again

Robert

Mark Regenhardt said:

Robert, I just replaced my little princess on my 38 commander with a very nice stove from Force 10 - we love it.  It is a stainless modern version of the little princess.  It fits nicely in the footprint except a little wider at the very bottom front.   The little princes narrows at the bottom compared to the Force 10.   When I am at the boat this weekend I can take a few pictures for you.  I bought mine from Fisheries Supplies.  You will require a F65335 (120) and trim kit F70034 if you want a fix mount (non gimbled).    Attached are the plans.

Mark

Robert, here are three pictures that show the new stove, the new refrigerator I installed, and you can see the reflection of under counter color changing lighting.    

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What I like is they keep the old school look, but with more modern stainless.  Those top rails can be removed and hold the some pot holders that I took off.    There is one set for each electric burner.

Mark

Thank you Mark, The pics look great, We have ordered one.

Mark Regenhardt said:

Robert, here are three pictures that show the new stove, the new refrigerator I installed, and you can see the reflection of under counter color changing lighting.    

KIMG0158.JPG

KIMG0160.JPG

KIMG0161.JPG

What I like is they keep the old school look, but with more modern stainless.  Those top rails can be removed and hold the some pot holders that I took off.    There is one set for each electric burner.

Mark

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