While the traditional process of grilling involved the use of charcoal, it did come with several issues attached to it. You would have to carry the bag of charcoal, and also ensure it stayed dry on the yacht. Furthermore, it was essential to let the charcoal burn before you can begin cooking over it. Albeit, charcoal is readily available in the market and doesn’t require additional fluid when lighting it, further reducing the possibility of any accident or spills. We recommend buying stainless-steel grills that are round in shape, as they can easily be clamped with the handrail. It is perfect to bring a grill like this on the yacht, as it can be attached to the rail of the boat, preventing ashes from falling in the boat.
Apart from the charcoal grill, now the propane grill is also widely available for a BBQ on a yacht. It comes in different sizes and can easily feed a crowd of 20. It is the most preferred choice when going on a sail, as its comparatively cheaper and also easy to store.
It is ideal to have an electric grill when you have an electric source or generator. It is comparatively higher in cost, and the electricity amounts around 10 amps.