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Sea Maid Ice Cream Maker--For Boats

kaleokahu | Aug 22, 201604:50 PM     2

Yes, that's right, when making way, why not also make...ice cream? The Sea Maid is an invention of a friend of mine who makes and repairs gigantic marine propellers. Load the smaller inner container with cream, sugar and flavorings, and then fill the football surrounding it with ice and rocksalt, and over the side she goes. Towed and spinning behind for 20-25 minutes, you reel in up to 12 ounces of fresh ice cream. Hell, Yeah! Your kids will love you and your friends will hate you (because now they have to buy a boat and a Sea Maid just to shut up their kids).

Out to experiment with pina coladas now. Avast!

http://seamaidicecream.com/home.asp
www.amazon.com
Sea Maid Tow Behind Fresh Ice Cream Maker, Blue

$51.91

Aloha,
Kaleo

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