The Building that Floats
Shed float is an inflatable building that is designed
to sit on the water.
Its primary use is as a temporary building to enable boats
to be stored and worked on under cover without taking them
out of the water.
It can be virtually any size to accommodate the smallest
to the largest private yacht.
There are two types of building. A stand alone structure
that can be used as a maintenance facility or a more temporary
structure that is rigged over the boat on its marina berth.
All the components are separate for ease of transport and
assembly using the minimum number of people.
Built from a high specification polyurethane fabric it
The main float tubes are split into sealed sections with
internal bulkheads. Each section has its own valve and pressure
release valve. If one section is damaged there is enough
reserve buoyancy to support the structure.
The water ballast pocket prevents the shed float from being
lifted out of the water in strong winds. It is separated
into a number of compartments to minimise water movement
inside the pocket.
It is simple to construct and use.