Gallery: Sealander Aquatic Trailer Morphs From Camper to Boat for the B...


The Sealander camper boat is everything you always wished your parents’ pop-up trailer could be — a go-anywhere vehicle that is always ready for an adventure. There are no winches, cranks, or velcro bits to install late at night when you get to your campsite, and when you wake up the next morning to go fishing, just drive the whole thing into the lake using the small electric motor. The little craft is designed to be legal on almost all inland waterways in the U.S. with no boating license required.

Inside, the Sealander features two bench-style beds that double as seats for relaxing in the modular interior. According to Sealander, “Depending on the needs of the application [you] can modify the interior modules, or remove them completely. The seats can convert to a spacious deck area. In front of the benches, the cooking and sink modules [can be used as a refrigerator] and heater.” The roof peels back to create a star-gazing deck area, and a hydraulic door on the opposite side will let you down to the ground via a tiny ladder. Best of all, the Sealander is the right size to be towed by a mid-size car without any special side mirrors or permits. The Sealander will be available in 2012 for around $20,000.

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  1. Lisa Ritter February 15, 2015 at 11:37 am

    Is this currently available in the US? I would love to find a dealer here.

  2. wheelsea March 21, 2012 at 2:54 am

    call me I’d like to become a dealer i’ve built several amphibious vehicles and i’m salavating at the bit to tell you this will be my next quest call me soon at 321 213 3002 north america
    check out my book with a google search for “Amphigeo Story” and my other quest an amphibious school bus as “wheelsea”

  3. Alan September 30, 2011 at 3:52 pm

    OK, I’ll bite. Where are the boat controls?

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