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    • Jessica Maldonado-Glover

      Sealander...pretty cool camper if you ask me!

    • Kathy Hannam

      Amphibious camper trailer. How cool would it be to go camping on a lake?! This is amazing

    • Jessica Carney

      Sealander Amphibious Camping Trailer Not. Cheap. $20400 I want!!

    • Carolyn

      House boat

    • C2 N

      The Sealander (created by Daniel Straub) is the ultimate for the leisurely adventurer with enough spare cash to purchase such a product. Not only is the camper stable in water, it can easily navigate shallow beds without running aground. Organize the trailer for on land activities (cooking and sleeping) or at sea adventures. Available sometime next year, we suggest you start saving now (or like 10 years ago).

    • David Bonasera has some information for the DIY recreational boat owner on how to go about shopping for a new boat trailer.

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