Today, we'll introduce you to the Caracat 860, a caravan catamaran conceived by the German company Schneider Caravaning. The Caracat is both an electric boat and a trailer, allowing you to travel on land and water. It is available in three sizes ranging from 21.7 to 28.2 feet.
On land, the Caracat must be pulled by a vehicle or SUV, but on water, it can move itself using an 8- to 15-horsepower Torqeedo gasoline or electric engine.
Both the electric motor and the diesel engine can be upgraded for increased power. Batteries with chargers provide onboard power, but a Tomatech 200 Watt solar panel can increase battery life. The smallest model of the Caravan is priced at roughly $129,400.
For that price, you receive a luxurious cabin with leather and Alcantara upholstery. Inside there is also a kitchen, toilet and bath, and sofas that fold out into beds. The kit includes a pop-up sleeper roof, allowing for accommodation for up to six people. The Caracat also boasts a tiny balcony at the bow and an aft deck so that passengers may look out over the sea.