Let go and relax. Quebec’s boatbuilder has created the ideal houseboat. They can be even powered by solar power, which makes them ideal for an underwater holiday. Le Koroc is a model that was created to be efficient and lightweight. The designer spent considerable time selecting lightweight materials which are durable and strong over the long term. The 5,000-pound, beautiful houseboat is made of plywood and white cedar laminated beams. The weight of a larger houseboat can vary depending on the size, materials and construction. Smaller houseboats are easier to build, and more cost-effective to ship than larger ones. This 24 foot long houseboat has an 8 foot width. The houseboat can easily be towed along the highway, and it complies to all regulations. Houseboats are easily transported by their owners. Inside the houseboat, you will find everything that is needed. There’s a kitchen with a table and bathroom which includes a shower. Tables can easily be converted into beds by using the benches at either end of the table as mattresses. The table has plenty of space for storage.
There is a deck and a living space on the boat’s forward. The fish tank is a great place to store fish you catch while on the water. Total cost of the houseboat, with everything included onboard is about $65,000. A 265 watt solar panel attached to the roof of the houseboat provides electricity for lighting and the fridge. The led lights also help to save energy. Also, they installed easy-to-clean and maintain composting toilets. This houseboat has a pleasing contour and shape due to the sloping rooftop. The perfect little waterfront home for anyone who loves fishing, wildlife or being near the water.
It offers several standard designs, such as the one shown here. Each design can be customized by adding options that meet buyer requirements. This fishing-themed houseboat belongs to the Fishing Series. The houseboat has a fishing platform, storage for fish caught, and a grill. Le Koroc V is a version from the holiday series of Le Koroc that measures 28 feet long by 8.6 foot wide. The cabin is larger and the deck has seating. L’Équinoxe is a larger version of Le Koroc, measuring 32 feet by 9.1 feet and providing more room than the other two. The older brother to Le Koroc, it is said. The houseboat has four beds, two of which can be moved. There are couches on the deck. L’Équinoxe D, the largest choice, is a double-decker design with the living area on the upper deck and the main deck. The houseboat has many purposes and uses, so there is something for everyone. What would you choose from these beautiful houseboats? Which one would YOU pick?
The Tiny Houseboats were designed by and built by Daigno.