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  1. MAGMA ANNOUNCES BIGGEST GOURMET GRILL...

    Magma Products' newest and largest Gourmet Grill, the Monterey, boasts 420 square inches of grilling area—large enough to provide an onboard banquet for the hungriest of crews.

    The Monterey's rectangular housing/grill area features 100% mirror-polished stainless steel construction, reliable Piezo ignition, double-lined inner safety shells, front-access lock-in, and slide-out grease trays. Closely placed grill grate struts keep small items from falling through the cooking surface.

    The Monterey is equipped with an oversized, hinged, balanced lid to accommodate large cuts of meat, fish or fowl, but won't accidentally slam shut when the boat rolls. A stainless steel thermometer is mounted inside the grill lid. When not in use, all of the grill's components lock securely into place.

    The Monterey uses readily available 1-pound disposable propane canisters, or easily adapts to onboard LPG (propane) or CNG (natural gas) systems. By utilizing convection cooking principles, the grill produces high, even heat with a minimum of fuel.

    Magma provides the largest number of mounting options and grilling accessories in the industry, including the popular Level-Lock, an all-angle fishing rod holder mount. The company also offers extremely functional Serving Shelves made of stainless steel with high-density polyethylene cutting surfaces. Custom Sunbrella® Covers in popular boating colors are available for the Gourmet Grills.

    Magma is the world's largest producer of boat barbeques. The grills are available at local marine supply stores.

    Contact:

    Magma Products
    3940 Pixie Ave.
    Lakewood, CA 90712
    www.MagmaProducts.com.
    Telephone (800) 86 MAGMA.
  2. Throw another (dozen) shrimp...

    ..., on the barbie.
    Saw that in Boater's World.
    Looks like the old Magma is on itz way out. :p
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