Time Required: A Long Weekend (Three days)
Difficulty: Depends on how much wood you have

With their current fixed dock rotting away, brothers Andrew and Kevin retreat to the drawing board eager to fix the situation and build their dream dock. They quickly come to the conclusion that their new floating dock will need to be self-propelled so that it can be moored both at the shore as well as in the middle of the lake where the swimming is prime.

Project Steps

Step 2

Kevin and Andrew are just regular Joes. They’re not pros by any means and don’t know how to do everything so they are always asking others for help and conducting extensive research. If you’re going to take on any project, do your homework. Check out web forums such as ours and ask others for advice. Go online and see what others are doing. Read a book or two about the principles of floatation. Here are some examples from the official Brojects Pinterest page that served as inspiration, because if you’re going to build the Ultimate Swim Raft, you gotta know what others have done before you:

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