EverClear on Seaplane

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iseewildtrees
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EverClear on Seaplane

Post by iseewildtrees » Sat Jul 14, 2018 9:01 am

Sigh.... it's the ongoing saga of "why don't they sell denatured alcohol at the camp store?!"

Anyhow, I have confirmed that Windigo does not sell any fuel that will work in my super-awesome little pop can stove. I hate to buy a new stove, and will willingly take everclear. However, I have emailed twice over two weeks and have not gotten a reply if it's allowable to take EverClear on the seaplane.

Does anyone know? Does anyone have other ideas of a go around?

Thanks!


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Re: EverClear on Seaplane

Post by johnhens » Sat Jul 14, 2018 3:24 pm

According to the Travle guidelines from the webpage, no flameable liquids can be taken on the plane. This would include Everclear as it is extemely flameable.


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EverClear on Seaplane

Post by paulbates » Sun Jul 15, 2018 1:10 pm

No accelerants are permitted on board, which includes any liquid fuel and even esbit type tablets. I had to ship my esbit tabs to IR (another usps process in itself known as ORM-D).

If you have a hobo capable stove (like most esbit stoves ) you can use them with sticks and birchbark at most sites, even sites that don’t allow campfires. That worked well.


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