If your wanderlust encompasses both land and sea, you’re in luck. Now there’s an amphibious vehicle called the Sealander that transforms from a camper to a boat, and can be used to camp out beneath the trees or float lazily down a river.

Curbed reports that the base model for the 2016 Sealander will set you back around $17,000, though there are plenty of add-on packages for those looking to further spruce up the vehicle. These include everything from LED lighting to sinks, toilets, showers, and stoves. The Sealander is small enough to hitch to a midsize vehicle, making it easy to transport to a camping site or lake. In water, its maximum speed is only around 5.6 miles per hour, which means it's better for fishing and swimming than sailing the seven seas. Check out the tiny camper that does it all in the video above.

[h/t Curbed]

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