(female not included)
Perhaps a few of you homeless hooligans could use a floating home to keep you sheltered until you can revert back to a more normal living arrangement. Maybe you do not want to ever be “normal” again. As crazed and perverted and sick so much of USA society is today life may be better on the outside looking in at the rats racing around.
From the Web site:
There are no tent poles, the tent structure is totally inflatable and when inflated stands up to high winds without a problem. The raft body has three air chambers, two in the lower tube, one in the structure. The floor is a 6″ thick drop stitched high-pressure floor that doubles as your air mattress. The tent fabric is heavy duty, waterproof, sealed with heavy duty #8 zippers.
The tent topper sides all attach and detach using heavy duty hook and loop for the ability to use just the top and get in and out easily through the sides if the need arises suddenly.
D-Rings on the sides allow for easy anchor attachment.
The tubes inflate to 3 PSI the drop stitched floor inflates to 10 PSI.
Outside to outside 8’x8′ footprint.
Inside comfortable allowance for people up to 6′-3″ tall laying down. Taller than that you can rest your head on the tubes or sleep diagonally, like Mike does.
Standing room is up to 6′-3″ in the middle.
Shoal Tent packs down into a burrito roll style carry and storage bag approx. 60″x24″x18″.
Kit comes with Storage bag, patch kit, and manual foot pump.
Weight of tent is approx. 130 pounds. Product is imported.
Perhaps a few locations across the USA will have the situation required for this floating home to be a valid way of living cheap. The $1,999 cost is a drawback. An old well-used but still running passenger mini-van can be found for that price, more or less.
Though only a very few of you will find this device useful here it is as a reminder that a floating home exists.