Nestled in a national marine sanctuary, this laid-back Florida houseboat has retro style fish tank windows that let in plenty of the state's famous sunshine, as well as included dinghies, lots of sea life sightings, and a deck for perfect sunset views. Made of fiberglass, the sturdy, quiet, relaxing sea home offers one bedroom and bathroom in this 45-foot long home.
Get ready to leave your cares behind, because there's no Wi-Fi on this floating home, so you can truly be present in the moment while you're out on the marina. Enjoy some rustic activities like fishing, kayaking, and simply relaxing with a cold cocktail on the deck and enjoying the ocean view while you crank up the in-house stereo system and admire a clear, starry sky. Step into the airy home and check out the living area, which offers an oversized sofa, coffee table, and colorful rugs and curtains.
The cute kitchen is equipped with a stove and range, sink, and cookware. Since the boat is battery-powered, there's no refrigerator, but there's a large cooler on board to stash your food and drinks. The bright aqua interior makes the home seem extra cheerful! Hanging lanterns provide a warm glow once the sun goes down.
This nautical themed dinette table with its bold orange chairs seats two hungry diners! The rope around the base is a fun touch. You'll also notice various accents around the boat that are repurposed from boat parts and other vehicles, which adds a more authentic touch, including the recycled RV doors, swim platform table, and propellers used as decorations.
The breezy bedroom holds a comfortable king-sized bed, and since the home has a traditional 'shotgun' layout, the ocean air flows from the front to the back, creating a cool interior and guaranteeing a great night of seaside sleep!
Sea-themed decor and bright accents make the room feel lived-in and welcoming.
The bathroom offers a toilet, stand-up shower, and sink, along with a picturesque stained glass window and colorful tiles.
Want to get out on the water? Take a dinghy or some kayaks out for an afternoon spin on the sea, or go snorkeling!
End the day with cocktails on the deck while you look for dolphins and other sea creatures who visit the boat frequently.