The answer: No. Seafood is easy to cook while RVing. But you do have to choose something easy the first time you venture out. Lobster tails might be a good place to start.
Lobster tails are one of my favorites to cook over fire. I love to grill them, smoke them and one day I will cook them right on the coals! They usually are lightly covered in seasoning and lathered in a butter sauce. Adding that sriracha to the butter sauce will really spike the flavor to a new level. Get some heat from the sriracha and tang from the garlic for a dynamic duo of flavor.
For my Sriracha Butter Lobster Tails, I split them in half in order to lay them flat. You could easily butterfly them and cook indirectly, but I chose not to since I wanted to make them over a campfire.
Lobster does not take a long time to cook; however, it does take longer than shrimp and scallops. Once it is on the grill, you have 5-7 minutes before they are done. So, be ready with all your gear nearby so you do not overcook them.
In the end, it is a perfect flavor for cooking outside right next to your RV.