We bought four pieces of conduit and had them cut to about 6 ½ feet and have drilled a hole in the top and bottom that will accept a bolt. We'd like to make an easy to use portable stand for 1-4 people that can be put in a regular car (i.e. weight not a huge problem but a heavy stand times four is a lot to carry!). The city of San Diego will not let us hang hammocks from trees near the beach (grassy park) or after sunset so apparently our nighttime hang to watch the nightly Seaworld fireworks was illegal
We have 12" nails with washers and a relatively easy access to am steel (West Marine). We'd like to make a pretty foolproof (angles already figured out, extra rope to make it easy to put up etc)
We have three tablecloth hammocks (132-about 8" for channels) and one Eno DN and sets of webbing straps and toggles.
Can anyone help do the math please or point me in the right direction to do it myself? I'm thinking two stakes and guy lines per post for a single hammock and four for multiples...??
Needs to be super safe as we have cautious friends who won't try it unless it is.