Not surprisingly, Sealander isn’t built for a trans-Atlantic crossings – as a boat it’s designed with very little draft allowing it to be navigated on shallow waters and launched from just a small patch of clear shoreline. This could be a great little bug out trailer and if you have to get away via a river or stream this may be perfect.
Sealander’s shell is made of fiberglass reinforced plastic with a double bottom to prevent sinking in case of a leakage. Power is via a 5 hp electric motor which doubles as a source of energy for on-board devices. See more photos and get more info on this below: