About Our Float Tanks

In the float industry, we generally refer to everything as a float tank. Breaking that down a little further, the industry has cabins (higher ceilings, less enclosed feeling), tanks (traditional, low ceiling), and Pods (look like an egg or a clam shell). We currently have 3 rooms with two different types of tanks here at New Hampshire Float. We offer 2 float cabins and 1 traditional tank.

Is there a difference between a tank and a cabin? Well, yes and no. Floating is floating once the lights go out BUT, the true difference is how one makes you feel when you look at it, and that’s different for everyone. While one person may not like the look of one, someone else might say ‘Whoa! That’s so cool!’


The Wave Float Cabin was largely developed in order to reduce anxiety over getting in that traditional tank. With a glass door and a higher ceiling, the Wave gives more of an open feeling for those who may be averse to the comfort of the traditional tank.


The Float Tank is ‘traditional.’ Floating began in a ‘tank-like’ structure back in the 50’s. It’s the ‘Godfather’ of floating, if you will. It’s dark, it’s comforting, and it’s a go to for a lot our of experienced floaters. You have control of the interior lights, so if you would like to leave it on the entire time, go ahead!


This custom made cabin is called the Mandala Cabin. This cabin is great for first time floaters concerned about being too ‘enclosed’, large/big people, and pregnant women. We keep this tank around 12-13 inches deep. If you are concerned about hitting your booty on the bottom, then this is for you! We regularly have multiple people over 6’3 and in excess of 400lbs who are able to float effortlessly in this float tank.

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$79 for a 60-minute float

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