When I think of post-shipwreck situations, I imagine myself clinging to some shard of wood, encircled by sharks, delirious from the sun and saltwater. But the SeaKettle, which can desalinate salt water, sounds more like a floating hotel room.
The luxury life raft is an entry in the James Dyson Award design competition by designer Kim Hoffman, and it looks like a relatively comfortable place to spend a few nights following a ship-capsizing squall.
The SeaKettle's main amenity is a mechanism that pumps seawater into a reservoir covered with Goretex, allowing it to desalinate through evaporation and then trickle into four pockets of drinkable water surrounding the raft.
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