Some of the best things about the summer season include boat riding, recreational swimming, pool parties, and other outdoor adventures. But with the terrible heat of summer, things can get unpleasant fast. Fortunately, having ice-cold beverages readily available can beat off the heat and hot tempers.
This is why coolers are a very important part of summer parties and events.
And you know what is even better than having a cooler of icy cold beverages close by? It’s having a Floating Boat Cooler that can float around with you in the pool!
Beat The Heat With A Floating Boat Cooler
Besides being a real crowd pleaser, the S.S. Goodlife Floating Boat Cooler adds color and comfort to your poolside relaxation and pool parties. It makes life easier because you don’t have to get out of the pool to get a chilled drink. And the cooler can keep your drinks chilled for over 24 hours even as it floats under the hot sun.
Whether you’re swimming around with friends or or relaxing in a pool float, your chilled drinks and beverages will float around with you in the pool.
Made with high-quality closed-cell foam, the Floating Cooler can carry up to eighteen beverages with ice. It has an attached lid that can be closed to keep the contents of the cooler chilled. The thick closed-cell foam helps to insulate the contents of your cooler and keeps your cooler floating in the water even in stormy conditions. So you can take your cooler out on a boat ride or canonball into the pool as much as you want.
This linked Floating Boat Cooler has a glossy Bahama Blue, vinyl coating that is durable enough to protect your cooler against the sun, damage from salt water, and chlorine. It weighs 6 lbs by itself and measures 23 x 17 x 9.5 inches. That’s pretty easy to transport.
The cooler also has two cup holder placements and an accessory holder where you can place your accessories and other items you want to keep close to you while you’re in the pool.
In keeping with it’s boat-shaped theme, the Floating Cooler also has a tie-off grommet at the back and a tie-off loop in front with which you can attach the cooler to a mooring or to your boat or kayak.
If you leave the lid dangling off while floating in the pool, the cooler looks really cool… just like an open haul boat.