Sealander call’s its creation a “caravan and yacht.” To be candid, it’s not at all the latter, and it’s a rather small version of the former. But to be frank, it’s still a pretty awesome little unit. A watercraft generally has to be a minimum of 33 feet in length to be considered a yacht, and most caravans offer more amenities than this little guy features. However, most caravan’s can’t be casually backed into the water and then motor off under power from their very own propeller. The Sealander features comfortable seating for several adults, a small back deck perfect for swimming, fishing, or lounging, and it’s perfectly safe for use wherever you would bring any other flat bottom boat. Don’t head out into the face of a gale in your Sealander, but do head out for a truly memorable trip across the calm waters of a lake, bay, or river. And do plan to easily drive your Sealander cross-country even behind a compact car.