A boat building company Daigno has designed a solar-powered boat called Le Koroc and it serves as a tiny home on the sea. The website explains it as “a unique and refined craft for Nature lovers and fishing aficionados.” Daigno says their solar-powered sailing abode is “a testimony to our constant concern for the environment” whose concept came about by “challenging habits and exploring innovative ideas.”
Le Koroc has a price of $60,000 and the boat has everything you can expect from a home. Everything from a fully functioning kitchen to a comfortable bedroom and a shower has been incorporated in the 24 feet long and 8 feet wide frame of the boat.
The kitchen is decorated in woody earthy tones and has a bistro table. There is ample storage space in the form of several white cupboards. A large sink and a stove and even a dishwasher make the kitchen complete. There is a stand-up shower in addition to the necessities in a small bathroom.
Moving towards the back of the boat you will see a dinette table that folds out into a bed frame that converts the area into a bedroom with a killer view. If there are guests, two benches on either side can fold out to offer another mattress.
The front of the Le Koroc is the most impressive and features an open-air deck hosting a dining table for two as well as a high-tech BBQ and a fish tank to keep the day’s catch. The solar-powered boat’s metal roof features a 265-watt solar panel that is used to power the LED lighting and other equipment inside the boat.
Even with all this on-board the boat only weighs around 5,000 pounds. Daigno’s website further states that “each product we build is unique, and is crafted to meet specific customer expectations.” The builders also offer additional upgrades for boat owners even after purchase.
Check it out in the video below: