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This is the story of a trash barge turned into a floating tiny home with Derek Diedricksen of the RelaxShacksDOTcom YouTube Channel!

It’s definitely a one-of-a-kind tiny home with all of the necessary amenities, including an ultra-tiny bathroom with flush toilet and shower. One of my favorite parts about it, is the way the entryway is setup. It’s so funky, it just makes me smile. See for yourself below and let us know what you think.

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Trash Barge Turned Tiny House

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This is the 172 sq. ft. Nautino Mini Floating Tiny Home by Nautilus Hausboote in Berlin, Germany.

The premium equipment makes your Nautino to a boat of the extra class. In the versions mini (16m²) and maxi (21.5m²), with up to 7 berths, this boat is not only suitable for couples but also for families. It also functions perfectly as a lake home or an onshore weekend home.1

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172 Sq. Ft. Nautino Mini Floating Tiny Home by Nautilus Hausboote in Berlin, Germany

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Images © Nautilus Hausboote

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This is Le Koroc Tiny House Boat by Daigno!

It’s a beautiful tiny house boat that is wonderfully designed. I think you’ll be surprised as to how much is inside! Take the tour below then let us know what you think in the comments. Thanks!

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The Beautiful Le Koroc Tiny House Boat

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Images © Daigno

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This is a floating tiny home in Wakefield, Quebec, Canada.

It’s custom-built tiny house built on 5 pontoons.

Bonnie, the owner, designed and built it with the help of her friend, Denis Tremblay, who is known locally as the Wakefield Pirate.

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Floating Tiny Home in Wakefield

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Images © Exploring Alternatives via YouTube

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This is a modern, free floating tiny home.

It was designed for National Park De Biesbosch in the Netherlands.

The floating lodge is available as a vacation rental but can also be purchased through APHoutconstructies.

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Modern, Free Floating Tiny Home in the Netherlands

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This is a modern floating tiny home in Prague.

When you go inside, you’ll discover 387 sq. ft. of space on the first level with a living area, kitchen, and bathroom.

You’ll also find an upstairs sleeping loft with a skylight that looks over the main area of the home.

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Modern Floating Tiny Home in Prague

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Images © Mjölk Architekti

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I think you’ll like this 433 sq. ft. floating tiny home by Studio Halmet Architects.

Inside you’ll find that it has that warm and cozy look and feel to it.

Wood flooring, natural wood furniture, lots of windows, and corrugated steel ceiling.

And yes- an upstairs sleeping loft accessible by ladder.

Floating Tiny Home

If you want to see more of this tiny floating cottage enjoy below:

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These custom floating stairs have shown up in a couple of our builds. They are designed to fit the space needed in each tiny home, and they lend themselves to an open and airy feel.1

Handcrafted by co-owner, Bob. Bob’s background blends construction and welding fabrication and it meets beautifully together in the designs of our tiny homes. 👨‍🏭 🔨1

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Floating Tiny House Staircase by Willowbee Tiny Homes

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This is the story of Pax, a tiny floating cottage restored and rebuilt by Jason and Cayley.

It was originally one of the twenty-five boats built in Victoria, Canada for Expo ’86. They were able to acquire the ship for under $6,000 since it was in need of a complete rebuild. The two, one being a professional carpenter and the other a shipwright were able to turn the unwanted barge into a beautiful floating cottage inspired by the tiny house movement. After, they lived happily in it for a time but are now parting ways with Pax and entering a new phase in life and so the floating home is on the market! Learn more below.

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28-Foot Floating Home Custom Built by a Carpenter and Shipbuilder

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