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Tiny House Boat Has Everything One Needs For Living On the Water

Tiny House Boat
YouTube: Exploring Alternatives

You have to see this custom-made, tiny house boat.

Tiny houses and cabins just keep on increasing in popularity. With so many of the designs being mobile, it was only a matter of time before someone transferred the concept to the water. Because living on the water sounds like a true dream for both nature lovers and fishermen and women. Imagine getting up in the morning and being able to immediately wet a line just feet from your bed.

YouTuber Exploring Alternatives spotted this tiny house boat in Quebec and was able to do a video tour of it with the owner, a professional woodworker.

You will be amazed by just how much functionality the owner has packed into such a small space.

While houseboats have been around for a while, most are monstrous things that only the rich can afford. This thing looks and feels like anyone could own one. You could even probably use this as a standard RV if you wanted. Just leave it on the trailer and take it to a campground. You might get some stares, but who cares? The owner of this houseboat not only made it incredibly functional and environmentally friendly, he also made it downright beautiful. It really is a lakeside cabin or summer cottage on the water.

For being only 24 feet long and 8 1/2 feet wide, this tiny house boat certainly packs a lot of features into a small space. Yet it impressively doesn't look as cramped as a standard RV. There was some excellent planning put into this design that avoids wasting any space. If the owner wasn't already considering commercializing this idea, he should. This is nothing less than a fisherman's dream come true. We want to move in right now!

For more outdoor content from Travis Smola, be sure to follow him on Twitter and check out his Geocaching and Outdoors with Travis YouTube channels

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Tiny House Boat Has Everything One Needs For Living On the Water