Le Koroc — houseboat solar
This attractive, floating house, designed by the Quebec shipbuilders Daigno, will definitely appeal to those who appreciate comfort and privacy. Named Le Koroc, it is available in two versions — for professional fishermen and for those who just want to have a tiny house that floats.
Important point: Le Koroc equipped with solar panels, so that the environmentally friendly possessions, we need not worry. Well, not to mention the internal layout, which “squeezes” from a small space all that is possible.
Le Koroc created from cedar wood and plywood, but its dimensions are 8 meters long and 2.6 meters in height. Total weight — 2.56 kilograms. There is a possibility of trailer travel.
Model for fishermen equipped with three swivel seats on the deck and sonar, as well as a tank for storage of the catch and the dashboard. Version to stay the same, but has extra seats.
The cabin has a dining and Seating area which easily converts into a bed. There is also a kitchenette with two hotplates, sink and refrigerator. Craftsmen from Daigno also managed to place on the vessel bathroom has a shower, sink and toilet.
For the motion Le is responsible Koroc outboard motor Honda BF90 VTEC with a capacity of 90 horsepower. All the electricity comes from solar panels on the roof, plus, the houseboat uses a water recycling system on the basis of charcoal.
The cost of a house starts from $ 65,000. By the way, the company also offers a larger version of Le Koroc called L ‘ Équinoxe (9 meters long, 3 meters in height).