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Floating Home That Can Be Shipped Easily – It Fits Inside Shipping Containers

Houseboats September 27, 2016

Floating Home

Floating homes provide a limitless natural relaxing atmosphere. Living in a houseboat is an exciting adventure too. You can even travel to different places without spending a lot of money. Also, you don’t have to bring bulky suitcases when you travel to beautiful and wonderful spots.

This particular floating abode is designed by Friday. They work with a passion to bring a wide range of dwellings associated with leisure. Residents can truly have unique living experiences in these houseboats. Couples can enjoy a romantic getaway because the size and layout of this house boat is suitable for two individuals. A small family can also maximize the space provided. And if a group of friends are ready for an exciting get-together, they can also use this floating home as a recreational space.

It is 6 meters wide and 10-18 meters long. It can be made into a standard house which has 3 bedrooms. Its conveniences consist of a complete kitchen for daily food prep and cooking. There is a good heating system and an AC generator. For barbecue lovers, they can use the upper veranda when the sun is up.

And for added adventure on holidays, residents can use the outboard motors and have short trips in various places. It is a perfect home that can be used for numerous recreational activities like paddling, water skiing, seafaring and other sailing explorations.

Another wonderful feature of this floating home is its modular design. It can be conveniently stored and shipped to almost any places in the world. And because it is created with ecological concern, its stimulated sludge wastewater management plant is perfectly designed by Friday.

For more of Friday’s work, find them in our shipping container homes directory.

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