Maximise a Lazy Summer Afternoon With This Absurd Raft Full of Hammocks

By Andrew Liszewski on at

There’s no better way to while away the hours on a hot summer afternoon than by being on the water. But canoeing? Kayaking? Paddle-boarding? All far too much effort. What you need is a raft full of hammocks to maximise your lounging efficiency, and that’s exactly what the Hammocraft provides.

Maximize a Lazy Summer Afternoon With This Absurd Raft Full of Hammocks

The name Hammocraft — a combination of hammock and raft — is fairly self-explanatory. But if you’re having a hard time wrapping your head around what is going on here, it’s essentially a sturdy frame you strap to a raft (or a pair of stand-up paddleboards), and then fill with hanging hammocks.

You need to supply the raft and hammocks yourself, but the frame is easy to assemble in just a few minutes, and folds up small enough to fit inside a ski bag, so you can easily strap it to your car’s roof rack. It also works on dry land if you just need a place for five people to lounge around a beach.

Maximize a Lazy Summer Afternoon With This Absurd Raft Full of Hammocks

You’ll just want to limit your lazy floating explorations to calm waters. Hammocks can flip even in the calmest of conditions, and tackling a set of rapids on the Hammocraft all but guarantees you’re going in the drink. [Hammocraft via Outside Online]