We've seen RVs turned swimming pools, Greyhound buses converted into homes, houses floating above water, and now, my friends, we have tiny houseboats. Houseboats are nothing new, sure, but one Quebec-based company has come up with an impressive, environmentally friendly model you've got to check out.
makes the houseboat in question, which it calls . The 8.5-foot by 26-foot boat is incredibly energy efficient, using , as it floats atop three marine grade aluminum + magnesium alloy tubes.
Depending on which edition you buy (the or the ), the arrangement of Le Koroc may differ. Inside both series are a kitchen (including a sink, stove, fridge, and cupboard), bathroom (with a toilet, shower, and sink), a bistro table, and a multi-purpose space for hanging out and sleeping.
Should you choose the Fishing Series, you'll opt for a fish tank, a holder for your fishing rod and net, fish-cleaning board, along with other catch-and-reel essentials, while those who want the Holiday Series sign up for more seating and tables. Because their tiny houseboat isn't a regular houseboat; it's a tiny house(party)boat.
The cost for everything? Just about $61,000 (or 79,999 Canadian dollars). In case you want a quick break from life on the water, Le Koroc is fairly easy to bring on land and pull via trailer. Now that's a win-win.
Watch it effortlessly glide down the water here:
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