From the bloggers at Do It Yourself RV.
When you think of an amphibious RV all kinds of questions immediately come to mind. How do they keep the water out? Is it awkward to drive on land, or slow in the water?
The machinery itself is complicated by the needs of both sea and land operation and the maintenance is compounded by the multiple systems.
All in all, what sounds like a fun idea is often described as complicated and messy and ultimately, somewhat limited in its use.
What if you could turn an ordinary motorhome into a houseboat?
A fairly new company in Indiana – run by long time RVers – has come up with a pretty cool concept called the Rollerboat. Essentially it’s a large, flat platform, similar to a pontoon boat in appearance, that is equipped to carry a motor home! Yep, anything up to 45 feet long and 80 tons will fit on board your very own floating island.
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