Continuing with the theme of strange vehicles, the Boaterhome is definitely one you don’t want to miss. Unlike traditional boats,, which rarely make efficient use of space while suspended on a trailer, this strange-looking amphibious vehicle allows for full access to the living areas as the boat seamlessly connects to the tow vehicle through the use of a hatch. It’s based on a 1987 Watercraft Sports King Boaterhome, which takes a cab from a 1986 Ford E-series and the rear being a 28-foot boat. Currently, only 20 exist in the world. Continue reading for another video of it being towed into water.

“As the video clearly shows, the design is incredible. When the boaterhome is out of the water you really just think you are looking at another custom motorhome. But, back into the water and a few seconds later it is clear you are staring at an independent power boat that looks and performs the part while the Ford E series pulls away,” reports DIY RV.


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