Part Boat part trailer

Who says you can not have it all? It’s small but pretty cool. Starting at €15k  it’s a little pricing and I am sure the chop on Lake St Clair would make it a vomit comet but on a inland lake just maybe


From Sealander:

The Sealander is a creative mixture of ideas making for an interesting idea. I don’t think it’s big enough for the American market but the idea could grow into something that would work.

You’ve always wanted a camper that can travel by land or by sea, right? 

If so, you’re in luck. Folks in Germany created the Sealander, a towable trailer that’s both a camper and a boat. The transition from land to sea is surprisingly simple: just secure the low-emission, outboard motor to the stern and launch the two-in-one vehicle into the water.

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As you might expect, the Sealander as a boat is best suited to calm, shallow bays. (Don’t even think about a trans-Pacific crossing.) Thankfully, the shell is made from fiberglass-reinforced plastic designed to stay afloat even if it springs a leak.   

Inside, you’ll find all the creature comforts you’d want in an amphibious trailer. The Sealander comes with a large sunroof, a fold-out table, and seating for six that turns into a bunk bed. Plus, there’s plenty of below-seat storage, and customizable add-ons are available. [via OutsideOnline]

SEALANDER 2014 – Emotions from andi jansen on Vimeo.


Here is the Pricesheet along with a gallery



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