We tried the wood stove in every possible location, and found that we liked it most right in the galley. We'll cook on it as well as feel it's warmth.

It's a rare evening, night, or morning when we would prefer not to have some heat in the cabin. The temperature of the water on the other side of those planks behind the woodstove is about 52-degrees in mid-summer.

We have a one-burner alcohol stove as a second burner (rarely needed) and for those 3 days per year when it is actually hot at night.