Sealander: A Compact Caravan that Doubles as a Small Boat

by , 03/19/14

green transportation, green design, sustainable design, eco-design, Sealander, swimming caravan, caravan that goes in water, German design, German engineering, eco-design, caravan, camping, green holidays, sustainable holidays, small boats

Made with acute attention to detail, the Sealander is a “swimming caravan” made with cutting edge materials developed exclusively in Germany. It has a fully customizable interior that can be developed in accordance with each client’s specific needs. A chemical toilet, sound system and compressor, or even an entire mini kitchen can be added to the existing space, which includes plenty of storage, bunk beds, and table and seating for six!

The Sealander has an operable sun roof that can be adjusted depending on the weather, and all of the fittings are corrosion free, so nothing will rust when it comes out of the water. Attaching a motor to the stern couldn’t be easier, and no special license is required to operate the caravan in the water. Only LED lighting is used. Of course, the basic shell costs slightly less than it costs to build a tiny home, but it is a brilliant idea that saves natural resources by doubling up its functionality.

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1 Comment

  1. Gustavo Alejandro Berte... March 19, 2014 at 2:10 pm

    very cool invention, really cool. but here in argentina this caravan-boat already exists, the “BOYITA” (small floater) was invented around year 1968 by Jorge Luis Beritich.

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