SeaDuction Cabana Float

SeaDuction Cabana Float
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Take a sunbath or relax under umbrella with full comfort while floating on the gently moving waves, SeaDuction Cabana Float brings beach resort relaxation at its finest.

Anchor into the shallow waters or stay at beach to view Blue Ocean, with the help of multiple anchoring points it’s very easy to adjust the perfect angle of view you want.

SeaDuction Cabana Float

Contains seating capacity for two, the SeaDuction Float features a super schmooze float cushion, easy to install accessories, recyclable material, less resistant to heat, built-in cooler, cup holders and plenty of space for storage and umbrella enough to cover both seats.

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Tom Cooper | Elite.

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