sealander1Honestly I didn’t know what to think of the German-made Sealander – the caravan/boat, when I first saw it. But the more I read about it and look at it, the more I think it just makes sense.

I would like a boat, even though I’m not a boatie. And having a caravan is great, but some of them are pretty big and parking can be an issue.

That’s where the Sealander comes in. Two for the price of one.  You want a boat and your wife wants a caravan? You both win.

It is 15,000 Euro though, and then add in the additional options (and there are plenty). That sounds a lot – but check out the pricing of a small caravan, and then a small boat. Add them together – they don’t even come close.

I can just picture myself having a snooze while the fishing rods are out, and then going back to shore for the night and parking up.

My finger hovered over the ‘Become a Reseller’ button for at least 30 seconds before my wife caught that look in my eye. I just want one!

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How on earth to start this? I've been car/bike/truck crazy since I was a teen. Like John, I had the obligatory Countach poster on the wall. I guess I'm more officially into classic and muscle cars than anything else - I currently have a '65 Sunbeam Tiger that left the factory the same day as I left the hospital as a newborn with my mother. How could I not buy that car? In 2016 my wife and I drove across the USA in a brand-new Dodge Challenger, and then shipped it home. You can read more on www.usa2nz.co.nz. We did this again in 2019 in a 1990 Chev Corvette - you can read about that trip on DriveLife. I'm also an Observer for the Institute of Advanced Motorists - trying to do my bit to make our roads safer.

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