By Andrew Liszewski
Designed by naval engineer Paolino Napolitano to provide a jellyfish and other dangerous sea life-free place to swim while out boating, the Magic Swim is essentially nothing more than an inflatable pool like you may have enjoyed as a kid. Made from durable PVC it weighs about 66 pounds when empty and can be setup with the assistance of a standard air compressor in about 5 minutes. Mesh covered holes allow the Magic Swim to fill with water once it’s deployed, but also keep unwanted visitors out, and a semi-rigid floating platform in the center of the pool allows you to stand once it’s completely filled with water. ~$2,250 for the large version, and ~$2,440 for the extra-large one.