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|09-30-2012 09:59 AM|
Football tailgaters now have a gas powered blender.
|09-24-2012 12:07 PM|
Just modify the dinghy outboard. Mount the blender base through the top to the flywheel, and voila. I have actually always wanted to do that. And think about how many people in the anchorage would invite you over then.
|09-24-2012 11:45 AM|
Originally Posted by RobGallagher View Post
Real bartenders use internal combustion blenders!
|09-24-2012 01:44 AM|
|Capt. Gary Randall||
Way to go, Rob: I'm going to check to see if I can order one with a sissy bar and a back rest....................... the perfect gift for a Harley owner...........captg
|09-24-2012 12:08 AM|
I tried to find a 12v solution to everything. In the end it would cost too much and I bought a big inverter. Check the watts on your blender and ask the charter folks how big the inverter is. If it's bigger than you're blender's requirements, you're there. I say blend your damned margaritas if that's what you prefer!
|09-23-2012 10:39 PM|
The Daiquiri Whacker Gas Powered Portable Blender
|09-23-2012 09:55 PM|
I thought a blender and a toaster were included gear on all charter boats around here...
|09-23-2012 08:23 PM|
12v appliances are generally disappointing in actual use...
If there's an inverter aboard, then you're much better off bringing a 110v that you know will do the job.
That said, I'm in full agreement with those above who recommend having a drink as opposed to having an adult slurpee
|09-23-2012 08:04 PM|
|minnow1193||Agree with Minnewaska. That's a lot of work to go through for crushed ice. On the rocks is much better and easier. Tequila, triple sec, lime and ice. YUM!|
|09-23-2012 08:41 AM|
Frozen margaritas are sacrilege. On the rocks, no salt, squeeze of fresh lime on top. Made in large batches in Rubbermaid container in fridge. No one wants to work that hard for their next one.
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