Affordable, adorable, and convertible, this camper combines a trailer, caravan, and yacht into one.

Large acrylic windows provide views of the outdoors.

Taking your holiday adventure from the open road to the sea is now easier than ever thanks to Sealander, a tiny amphibious camper that starts right under $20,000. 

A feat of German engineering and production, this adventure vehicle boasts beauty and function with its sleek lightweight shell primed for relaxed outings on the lake, or luxurious camping beneath the stars. 

Developed by Daniel Straub, the Sealander combines the German entrepreneur’s love of the outdoors with his background in industrial design.

Developed by Daniel Straub, the Sealander combines the German entrepreneur’s love of the outdoors with his background in industrial design.

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Weighing in at approximately 1,100 pounds, the Sealander is light enough to tow by car, and can easily also float on water thanks to its monocoque shell made from glass-fiber reinforced plastic. The Sealander chassis is entirely galvanized and waterproof with sealed wheel hubs encased in oil.



The optional cooking module comes with a single flame spirit cooker station, while the wash module is equipped with a stainless steel sink, glass cover plate, tap with water pump, as well as a 13-liter fresh water tank and 16-liter waste water tank.

The optional cooking module comes with a single-flame spirit cooker station, while the wash module is equipped with a stainless steel sink, glass cover plate, tap with water pump, as well as a 13-liter fresh-water tank and 16-liter tank for waste water.

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Inside, the caravan melds modern and traditional elements, such as high-grade steel with wood and leather for a touch of warmth.

Each Sealander can be customized to the user's preference, from add-on speakers to an on-board shower and toilet.

Each Sealander can be customized to the user’s preference, from add-on speakers to an on-board shower and toilet.

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