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2010/05/15 13:34:35 (permalink)

FLOATING CONCESSION


Here you go boys..... kill two birds with one stone.... your dream of going out to sea and selling hot-dogs too............ lol    looks like there's $75K worth of cooking gear aboard that barge..... or put wheels on it and have a mobile restaurant 
http://www.ablboats.com/details.php?id=74965
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    Re: FLOATING CONCESSION 2010/05/15 13:55:29 (permalink)
    I am pretty sure chicagostyledog has posted about one somewhat similar (but not as fancy) in WI.

    Locally, we have the Burger Barge (not fancy at all) which does very well.: http://burgerbargeinc.com/
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    Re: FLOATING CONCESSION 2010/05/16 01:34:53 (permalink)
    6star

    I am pretty sure chicagostyledog has posted about one somewhat similar (but not as fancy) in WI.

    Locally, we have the Burger Barge (not fancy at all) which does very well.: http://burgerbargeinc.com/

    Hey 6star Believe he is a graduate of HDU.
     

     
     
     
    But I like this one better
     

     
     
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    Re: FLOATING CONCESSION 2010/05/16 01:58:24 (permalink)
    Yes, that is the one I was thinking of, but I do like your one better (More atmosphere!)
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    Re: FLOATING CONCESSION 2010/05/16 11:22:18 (permalink)
    Here in Corpus, you not only have to follow the Health Dept Guidelines but you also have to follow the guidelines set out by the harbourmaster (or whomever is in charge of the waterways around here).
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    Re: FLOATING CONCESSION 2010/05/16 14:49:29 (permalink)
    Thats some funny stuff right theere. I like it. Its way out of the box thi king
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    Re: FLOATING CONCESSION 2010/05/16 22:17:09 (permalink)
    I'm going to build one right after I get my step van done. I'm serious and it'll be cool.

    Jack
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    Re: FLOATING CONCESSION 2010/05/16 22:31:09 (permalink)
    Can you down rig in between sales?
    Catch some fish for supper.
    That's what I need, a job that combines work and fishing.
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    Re: FLOATING CONCESSION 2010/05/16 22:32:09 (permalink)
    Dr of BBQ

    I'm going to build one right after I get my step van done. I'm serious and it'll be cool.

    Jack


    You serve Doc. I'll catch supper.
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    Re: FLOATING CONCESSION 2010/05/16 22:38:07 (permalink)
    That's not what it's about, and you know that. LMAO, But there are some up sides to it look at all the (.) (.) you'd get to see while your slamming the cash in the drawer. LOL

    I don't know about your area but on all the lakes in Illinois every cove is full of boats all tied together, and everyone is drinking beer, and laying in the sun. Some coves will have 1 or 2 hundred boats tied together. And then there are the jet ski coves.

    Pretty cool summers in the Midwest.
    post edited by Dr of BBQ - 2010/05/16 22:39:10
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    Re: FLOATING CONCESSION 2010/05/16 22:50:53 (permalink)
    I like looking at them too, although I would much rather touch them.
    It's almost as much fun as fishing.
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    Re: FLOATING CONCESSION 2010/05/17 04:35:26 (permalink)
    Dr of BBQ

    I'm going to build one right after I get my step van done. I'm serious and it'll be cool.

    Jack

     
    The first thing that I thought of was scenes of Old WWII  Navy Boats laying down smoke screens. LOL
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    Re: FLOATING CONCESSION 2010/05/17 07:16:41 (permalink)
    Me, You, Billy, and Doc, BBQing and fishing, reminds me more of Mchale's Navy.
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    Re: FLOATING CONCESSION 2010/05/17 07:37:26 (permalink)
    Ice Cream Man

    Me, You, Billy, and Doc, BBQing and fishing, reminds me more of Mchale's Navy.

     
    You are right about McHales Navy.
    But if you need the boat transported, call
    I'm Thinking of a used BBQ trailer with pontoons under it.

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    Re: FLOATING CONCESSION 2010/05/17 09:42:58 (permalink)
    While I was in the Navy I played basketball, we  traveled all the time but when the season was over I was officially assigned to an LCM, as per below.

    Now this would make an extremely neat party - food barge. But at 52 feet long impossible to trailer to the lake. LOL

    LCM 6 Type Class
    Propulsion: 2- Detroit 6-71 Diesel engines; 348 hp sustained; twin shaft, or 2- Detroit 8V-71 Diesel engines; 460 hp sustained; twin shaft. Length: 56.2 feet (17.1 meters). Beam: 14 feet (4.3 meters). Displacement: 64 tons (65.03 metric tons) full load. Speed: 9 kts (10.3 mph, 16.6 kph). Range: 130 miles at 9 knots. Crew: 5 Load: 34 tons (34.55 metric tons) or 80 troops.
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    Re: FLOATING CONCESSION 2010/05/17 09:57:23 (permalink)
    OK, It's official, Drof BBQ is Captain, Curb cleans the bathrooms, the Canadian will get deported,(we are watching our boarders you know) I will keep an eye on the Keg............WE can call the boat Titanic, I don't have to tell you how this venture ends. The Captain and Keg watcher are first off the ship............Billyb
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    Re: FLOATING CONCESSION 2010/05/17 13:02:08 (permalink)
    Now I thought this was Fish'n Que'ing
    No fishing, yet that I seen, No cook'n yet MENTIONED.
    Skipper, kegger, lost one,probaly left his shoes on, and scrubber. I'm missing sumthing.
    No lawn chairs, no idea what for and where as. I just would like Jack to bring a Quart of Chili.
    simple to the point.

    We all are going to argue over Menu. Smoked fish, smoked meat, no one knows where we are going, and as a lonely scrubber, to put it mildly, better be south to LA. for Boudin.

    The boat is trailerable, we use to move that size and larger all the time.
    we moved more crap, than you can imagine. Some boats, blowboats,  take 5 trucks

    post edited by Curbside Grill - 2010/05/17 15:33:09
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    Re: FLOATING CONCESSION 2010/05/17 22:31:49 (permalink)
    Love to see the HD swimming out with his little notepad and very very stern expression.
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    Re: FLOATING CONCESSION 2010/05/17 23:29:21 (permalink)
    WyldeChef

    Love to see the HD swimming out with his little notepad and very very stern expression.


    Really I had not thought of that. That's very funny.

    Jack
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    Re: FLOATING CONCESSION 2010/05/17 23:38:13 (permalink)
    Ice Cream King you may be in trouble, you may not be able to come have a beer and fish on my boat with Billy and myself.

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    Homeland Security officials counter that modernizing border facilities should be a national priority. US Customs and Border Protection received $420 million in federal stimulus funds to renovate ports of entry along the Canadian and Mexican borders.


    http://www.boston.com/new...bid_to_bolster_border/
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    Re: FLOATING CONCESSION 2010/05/17 23:49:46 (permalink)
    Yep, got 8 Million to spend, give the farmer 39500.
    Then they won't likely let him cross north to play hockey and drink good beer.
    If they gave us  the 8 million, we could set up dogs and ice cream
    and keep a eye on the boarder for them. Well at least from 10 till 2.
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    Re: FLOATING CONCESSION 2010/05/18 00:06:22 (permalink)
    Cn use to be real nice, damn States tore us up, use to charge us to return. a whole $5.00, just Commercial. 
    did I have a problem with that.
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    Re: FLOATING CONCESSION 2010/05/18 00:33:20 (permalink)
    Dr of BBQ

    While I was in the Navy I played basketball, we  traveled all the time but when the season was over I was officially assigned to an LCM, as per below.

    Now this would make an extremely neat party - food barge. But at 52 feet long impossible to trailer to the lake. LOL

    LCM 6 Type Class
    Propulsion: 2- Detroit 6-71 Diesel engines; 348 hp sustained; twin shaft, or 2- Detroit 8V-71 Diesel engines; 460 hp sustained; twin shaft. Length: 56.2 feet (17.1 meters). Beam: 14 feet (4.3 meters). Displacement: 64 tons (65.03 metric tons) full load. Speed: 9 kts (10.3 mph, 16.6 kph). Range: 130 miles at 9 knots. Crew: 5 Load: 34 tons (34.55 metric tons) or 80 troops.

    You are in luck
    http://www.tmt-llc.com/landingcraft/landingcraft.htm
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    Re: FLOATING CONCESSION 2010/05/18 10:04:37 (permalink)
    Wow I never dreamed they would be worth that much. Hell I could buy a fleet of Pontoon boats for that kind of money. In fact I could buy the best and longest pontoon boat and rig it with 4 star equipment for half that amount. LOL Well there will never be an LCM on Lake Springfield.

    So we go back to plan (A) and continue looking for an older pontoon boat to rebuild, for my food party barge.
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    Re: FLOATING CONCESSION 2010/11/30 22:05:32 (permalink)
    Anyone ever heard of Weenies On the Water?   
     

        
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    Re: FLOATING CONCESSION 2014/08/05 20:50:47 (permalink)
    Custom Professional Built Concession Boat
     
    This vessel is a 21 foot Pontoon Boat with oversize pontoons and from the deck up is custom-built and fully equipped with a complete kitchen and private head. This boat is one-of-a-kind custom-built only one like this in the country.

    This boat meets all standards of US Coast Guard regulations and all health code inspections.

    Not only can you sell on the water you can also trailer this boat and sell on land.  You can do a car’s show, boat shows and don’t forget about doing private parties also.

    This boat is perfect for lakes, river and is easy to trailer around town.

    If you love being a boater and being on the water with your friends this is the perfect business opportunity of having  both worlds.

    This boat is powered by a four stroke Mercury Motor 25 hp. This is very economical and fast enough to get you around. The boat also comes with a bunk trailer with a tandem axle.  The boat is not docked in the water for the season.  It is put in the water and removed the same day, return back home where its cleaned and stored back in our climate controlled garage until the next weekend to go out.  The boat has never been stored outside or never been used in salt water.  

    The kitchen has two commercial freezers, one commercial refrigerator, one commercial microwave, and custom built steam table. Has a compartment sink with a hand wash sink and a hot water heater. Boat also has a private head with a flushing toilet.  For taking orders we have a POS system with printer.  Boat has plenty of extra shelf space for storing your supplies on both sides kitchen.

    The helm is located in front of the boat on the starboard side which makes it easier to get to your customers with ease. This boat is very maneuverable and easy to operate.

    The Electric runs off a Freedom 2500 Marine Inverter/charger with a four bank deep cycle six volt batteries. There is also a solar system that handles all the power for a 12 hour workday without starting the generator. It also comes with a Honda 3000 watt quiet generator for emergency backup. This also comes with a Garmin  GPS 545 S chartplotter.



    Contact Joe  at 908-413-2709 voice or text... This is a link to Craigslist were I have it listed with pictures.
     
     
    post edited by mraim - 2014/08/05 21:15:35
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    Re: FLOATING CONCESSION 2014/08/05 20:55:33 (permalink)
    Sorry I don't know how to post pictures so I have the boat on Craigslist here is the link. 
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    Re: FLOATING CONCESSION 2014/08/05 21:20:31 (permalink)
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    Sorry I don't know how to post pictures so I have the boat on Craigslist here is the link. 

    You can't post links or pictures since you've not been on here long enough and don't have a posting History.
    Also you need to post this information here:
    http://www.roadfood.com/Forums/Roadfood-Classifed-For-Sale-and-Want-Ads-f48.aspx
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    Re: FLOATING CONCESSION 2014/08/05 21:29:11 (permalink)
    Thanks  I don't know how to use this site so I will learn... Thanks again.
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