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This Tiny House Boat Is An Amazing Off-Grid Floating Cabin

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The Koroc V Holiday Series is designed for vacationers choosing to spend their leisure time on the water. Located in Papineauville, Quebec, Canada, Daigno Evolution on Water has several versatile products developed for nature lovers and fishing aficionados. The Koroc V has a larger cabin and deck equipped with comfortable weatherproof couches. There is a wide range of optional equipment which allows customers to personalize the Koroc V per their preferences. Since 2019 the boat has had a larger cabin to accommodate a double bed, a larger deck allowing for benches up to 72 inches, a 30-inch rear deck to access the outboard engine, and a door at the back of the cabin to access the rear deck and a ceiling fan in the bathroom. Other features include a 330-watt solar panel, USB outlet, a dining room table on a telescopic cylinder facilitating transfer to bed position, additional storage nets in various areas of the cabin, and several new options including a hammock on deck installed at the bow.

New in 2020 the toilet with an integrated pump, and a used water tank built into the central float. Standard equipment includes a Suzuki 90 HP outboard engine with the 25-inch shaft, complete dashboard/instrument panel with sonar, 192-liter gas tank, 3 luxury Springfield swivel chairs with footrests, 30-watt solar panel, 2 serial 6 Volt batteries (lighting and refrigerator), 1 marine battery for the outboard engine, and an electrical panel with switch and fuses. Other equipment includes a USB outlet, Suburban 6 g water heater, Nova Kool 4.5 cubic foot, 12 Volt refrigerator, 2-burner Suburban propane stove, 30 pound horizontal propane tank, 56 liter fresh water tank, stainless steel washbasin, and kitchen faucet, 2 fantastic ceiling fans, white cedar module, and kitchen cabinets, and 2 benches with storage.

Other features of the Koroc V include a 24-inch folding bistro table, a 32-inch by 48-inch solid wood table on the telescopic cylinder with a 12-inch extension, indoor/outdoor recessed LED lighting, navigation lights, and a full bathroom with sink, shower, and toilet. There are 2 options for the toilet to include a Bio-controlled litter or a chemical with an integrated reservoir. The charcoal grey water filtration system, set of deck benches with cushions, dual cross-laminated white cedar posts and ramps, and 3 front deck access gates.

Additional options include two axels galvanized trailer with the hydraulic disc, brakes on all 4 wheels, SeaStar hydraulic steering, the substitution of the standard outboard engine (as per the size and make), 2 Lithium-ion batteries, and an electric motor (as per the size and make), front LED light bar, navigation compass, and LEWMAR CRW-400 windlass. Other options include the Bimini top (6 ft, 8 ft, 10 ft), protective seat cover, retractable water hose and pump, Weber Q2200 barbecue, 100 liters Grizzly cooler, upholstered deck bench (as per size), retractable hammock, and 24 inches by 30-inch red cedar deck table. Additional options include a stereo system (as per model), television (as per model), microwave oven, 8-inch by 30-inch storage shelf, folding single bed, 12 V Sirocco swivel fan, storage net, floor fishing hole, and a compost toilet by Nature’s Head. You’ll want to check the website for the full list of options.




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