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The $35,000 sea cabana from ParrLuxe is for the filthy rich yacht owners

Andrea Divirgilio / August 6, 2012

No more hiking to the top of the boat to layout in the sun and then down to the waters for swim. Yes, the uber-rich yacht owner’s and their discerning water-lover friends can now enjoy both the sunbathing and swimming in the ParrLuxe’s exclusively new portable Sea Cabana. Offering personalized luxury on the water, the floating Sea Cabana, which is practically not a boat and requires no registration, helps jet-setters lounge anywhere, anytime, at their convenience, with relaxation as mobile as they are. Over the times, we have however seen some of the exclusive water toys like the iRev Barbecue Dining Boat with a built-in BBQ facilicity and umbrella, and the inflatable luxury cabana islander, but nothing matches this Sea Cabana that resolves the problem of lounging on the water stylishly and conveniently.

The $35,000 sea cabana from ParrLuxe is for the filthy rich yacht owners

ParrLuxe Sea Cabana

Stuart Parr, a New York-based acclaimed designer and movie producer of ‘8 Mile’ and ‘Get Rich or Die Tryin’, designed Sea Cabana as an permanent solution to the problem that guests onboard large boats have to walk up several levels to sunbathe and then down the same levels to swim.

ParrLuxe Sea Cabana

A civilized way to splash around the Mediterranean, ParrLuxe’s Sea Cabana inflates roughly into a 13 x 17 foot party raft in just about 15 minutes and offers space for around 20 guests. Complete with wraparound sitting and a strong carbon-fiber canopy frame, the craft even boasts a natural swimming-pool option, as there’s a net-covered hole in the floor that lets sea water come inside.

ParrLuxe Sea Cabana

Users can also tether the Sea Cabana behind the boats and can relax the day away with friends.

ParrLuxe Sea Cabana

Legal with most municipalities around the world, this $35,000 temporary Sea Cabana has been reportedly spotted floating in front of tony waterfronts addresses from Shelter Island, New York to the Greek island of Ithaca.

Via: WSJ / ParrLuxe

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