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Old 02-03-2013, 08:08 AM   #21
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There is a guy that has a boat very similar to that one here in Biloxi that sells ice cream, hamburgers, fries and soda. He does alright. Americans are fat, you need to capitalize on that.
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Old 02-03-2013, 08:28 AM   #22
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Yea americans like to eat no doubt. Indeed a good business. Call my lawyer tomarrow and see what she thinks how much for the licenses and what not.
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Hello again!!! My question is with the engine running, will the outlets have enough juice????
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There is a guy that has a boat very similar to that one here in Biloxi that sells ice cream, hamburgers, fries and soda. He does alright. Americans are fat, you need to capitalize on that.
How about juice though Paul?
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Old 02-04-2013, 07:48 AM   #24
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With the stock alternator , no chance , at idle few will make 50A , and 50 x 13 (charge voltage ) isn't even 700w.

The fuel burn of the slow running engine with a big 200A+ alt and very pricy inverter would be far higher and louder than would be acceptable.

A 2000W or 3000AW Honda would be the choice for 120V service power.

Making stuff , hamburgers hot dogs will put youi at the mercy of both the US CG and the local resturant laws.

Just selling stuff , that someone else made is far easier.

A fellow at Block Island seems to do well (for about 20 years) delivering the NY Times , Bagles , milk , and other breakfast stuff on Sundays.
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