Tired of pulling up to campgrounds only to find them at full capacity? Your inflatable dinghy just not cutting it anymore? Well, you’re in luck. This camper from Germany’s Sealander doubles as a still-water boat, allowing you to set sail, anchor or dock anywhere at your favourite swimming hole.
The company claims the 13-foot, 1,100 lb fiberglass camper meets safety standards for land and water vehicles world-wide, and features a convertible sunroof, telescoping swim ladder, and interior benches that can seat six and convert to a bed.
Powered by a 5-horsepower outboard, the Sealander only goes about 5 mph at full speed, but can be customized to include a toilet, fridge, sound system and even a grille for cooking.
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