The MarinYaki yacht table is the Cook-N-Dine perfect teppanyaki for all your water adventures. The molded fiberglass teppan table features an electrically powered, built-in 20″ x 15″ flat-top grill unit, made from professional, type 304/V2A German stainless steel. Not extremely large, but big enough for your personal chef to flip more than a just a few shrimp. The official US-launch of the MarinYaki will take place at this year’s Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show, held there October 30th through November 3rd, 2008. MarinYaki grills provide the most innovative cooking experience available for boats today. All the inconveniences of al fresco marine cooking are now a thing of the past. The worldwide patented CDS teppanyaki grills feature state-of-the-art electric heating elements, which are completely enclosed to weather the elements. Fast, precise temperature control combined with an elegant and functional product design make the MarinYaki an essential tool for clean marine cooking. Cook and eat in the same place, including the chef or host.
430° F or 210° C contact temperature is plenty to perfectly sear juicy steaks, grill fish or roast vegetables, yet gentle enough for delicate crepes or pancakes. The outer perimeter of the teppan plate stays at about 50% of the set temperature controlled by 1-10 dial, to keep food warm while cooking on the hot center. The patented feature lets the center bow down slightly when on, thus containing the fine food juices. When switched off, it becomes completely flat again, and does double-duty as working bait/filleting station or regular table. MarinYaki tables are available in two model versions – TM-51, the pedestal mounted model with MSRP of $4,875 or TMG-51, the gunwale mounted model with MSRP of $5,175. Both come with a collapsible wind-guard, that fits snugly into the recess around the cook-top, a built-in trap, which ensures there are no spills onto fine teak decks while cleaning, a removable waste container, and, most importantly, a reversible cutting board insert. This way the MarinYaki quickly converts into a bait/filleting table, while the teppan surface is protected. The board can be replaced with an optional acrylic insert.