Is it a boat? An RV? Or a boat-RV? One thing, it’s weird!

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George Bliss spotted this very unusual RV in Parker, Arizona, last week.

“I’m not sure how it’s configured inside but it would be interesting to have a look,” he wrote. “It looks like an upside down boat with the top of a Boler camper added on.”

Have you seen this unusual vehicle? If so, please tell us below in the comments.

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Gene Bjerke
6 days ago

It has the basic configuration of a submarine; a private undersea vehicle?

Tom
6 days ago

We were in a Florida State campground. There was an individual with a home made RV, consisting of the hull of a 26′ sailboat, without sails, just a small outboard. He used his boom as a lift to lower and raise his German Shepard into the boat. Taking to him, he used the boat as it was set-up, to cruise the many water ways in Florida. Was an excellent idea.

David C
6 days ago

Maybe that’s the mother-in-law suite?

JERRY KUNTZ
3 months ago

Why do you keep posting the Flying J article. If anything, post some of the other truck stops that accept the EFS discount.

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3 months ago
Reply to  JERRY KUNTZ

Hi, Jerry. Unless I missed something, I don’t think we’ve posted anything about Pilot Flying J since March 13, almost six (6) weeks ago. So I’m not sure why you say we keep posting it? 😕 —Diane at RVtravel.com

HVAC
6 months ago

At some point construction methods like casita or Oliver could evolve into a production model. Its been done in the past. Lil hobo comes to mind. With todays yechnology go all electric, and could be a winner.

Walker
6 months ago

Headed to the Rose Bowl Parade.

Dan
6 months ago

Looks like it would be top heavy.

littleleftie
6 months ago

Boler camper, not Bolero.

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6 months ago
Reply to  littleleftie

Thanks, littleleftie! It’s been corrected. 😀 —Diane at RVtravel.com

Gabe
6 months ago

It’s becoming very popular. Instead of towing boat with rv the boat is the rv. It is set up to use park hookups. There are existing clubs who do this

Steve
6 months ago
Reply to  Gabe

Did you notice that an RV was pulling it?

Gene Bjerke
6 months ago
Reply to  Gabe

I was in a CG in Florida where the space two slots away had a Cape Dory boat on a trailer (that’s the boat Least Heat Moon used to cross the US by water). It’s a cruising boat so it had all the amenities. They would travel and “camp” in the boat for a while, then launch it and cruise on water for a week or two. The best of both worlds.