So far, the Sealander is only North American dealers are in Canada, but the company says that it meets all required safety standards for land and water vehicles world-wide, so hopefully we'll see U.S. dealers soon.
Then we'll be able to enjoy the Sealander's a convertible sunroof, a telescoping swim ladder, and stainless steel handrail for boarding on the water.
The diminutive houseboat is made of fiberglass and has a light 1,100 lb. towing weight, so you can haul it to the lake with your hatchback.
As a 13-foot camper, naturally the Sealander is snug inside, but the interior benches can seat six and they convert to a comfortable bed.
There is storage below those seats that can even be customized to include a toilet, a fridge, a sound system or even a grille for cooking. Other possible features are a stainless steel wash and cooking module, a gas cooker and a water tap.
The sleek interior combines modern materials like stainless steel and plastic with more traditional materials like leather and wood to create a clean and unique design.
Sealander uses a 5-horsepower outboard to motor around, so it only goes about 5 mph at full speed, but the motor is really only intended for getting you to your anchorage so you can enjoy the great outdoors.