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
Images © Daigno
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Very nice design especially on the outside and using 3 pontoons.
Nice wood design, use and ease of building while looking
As a boat designer one thing concerns me is no rear door to deal with docking, motor, dinghy, etc.
It is simple to fix, just put one in.
Although its a bit tiny it looks great ans layout is very functional. I like it.
Nice – A house prepared to exploit animals.
Our forefathers, and the Natives before them “exploited” fish for survival. We still catch and eat them. In fact, I “exploit” them every summer at Nags Head Pier where the restaurant cooks what I catch and adds hushpuppies and slaw to it. Let’s be real. Animals eat the veggies, we eat the animals. I am sure the boat is for more than fishing. It is a fantastic tiny house, and spending time on water is sooo relaxing and healing. I love this house boat. . .and fish.
Is all super good, discreetly artistic etc… but I would have made a wanderer in the back, and a walkway aroud, ( to turn around in the event of a “possible pursuit”(?)….Joking aside, it would be better on all four sides.
It must be just for summer use. I cannot imagine either living in this, or trying to navigate in it, during cold weather or rain and snow.
Wow!!! This is incredible! Stunning craftsmanship, would love one for myself.