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Nautino Mini Floating Tiny Home


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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Learn more: https://www.nautilus-hausboote.de/en

Sources

  1. https://www.nautilus-hausboote.de/en
  2. http://prefabnsmallhomes.tumblr.com/post/170587812663/the-nautino-houseboat-16-sqm-by-berlin-germany (via)

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  • jerry August 15, 2018, 5:11 pm

    Nice except it needs more freeboard for reserve buoyancy and you never know when the wind can whip up rather impressive waves.
    It should be anchored by the curved end as wave, etc can more easily come in the glass end.
    And if you don’t think you need it, just remember the recent Duckboat from the same problem killed over 10 people.
    The same would sink this one either docked or not.

  • merryl August 16, 2018, 10:07 am

    love it!!!!!!!!!!!

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