Le Koroc Tiny House Boat
When the tiny home fad caught up with Quebec-based boat builders Daigno, I'll bet it didn't take them too long to conclude that the only thing more adorable and romantically minimalist than a tiny house is a tiny house that floats. Le Koroc was born.
The Le Koroc tiny house boat is exactly how it sounds: a tiny house built on a boat. More specifically, it's a single-structure piece of construction, assembled with laminated white cedar beams and ultralight plywood, set atop three 50 / 52H32 marine grade aluminum / magnesium alloy tubes with 4' sealed chambers. When asked how it feels about this new, water-based arrangement, the house said, "I'm on a boat motherf**ker!"
Le Koroc's cabin / tiny house measures 13'1" long x 8'6" wide. It opens up to a 10'11" x 8'4" deck made of marine quality plywood overlaid with a vinyl membrane. Inside, non-claustrophobic dwellers can choose between Fishing Series and Holiday Series living layouts. All Koroc tiny house boats come standard with the following (partial list):
- 90 HP outboard motor with 25" long shaft
- 192 liter gas tank
- 265W solar panel
- Suburban 6-gallon water heater
- Nova Kool 4.5 cu. ft. 12 V refrigerator
- 2-burner Suburban propane stove
- 30 lb horizontal propane tank
- 56 liter fresh water tank
- Stainless steel washbasin and kitchen faucet
- White cedar module and kitchen cabinets
- 2 benches with storage
- 24" bistro table
- 32" x 48" solid wood table with 12" extension
- Full bathroom with sink, shower and toilet
Additional modifications and upgrades to the Le Koroc tiny house boat are also available a la carte.