Features & Benefits

panoramic viewing from the caraboat

Panoramic Viewing

The CaraBoat features large windows, offering great ventilation and an amazing view. You still have complete privacy when required with the Roman Blind style window treatments.

Shallow Draft

Let out your inner explorer, the CaraBoat’s shallow draft enables you to access many rivers & great camping spots. This allows acess to ankle deep water when going ashore, so there’s no need to get the dinghy out.


Reduced height on trailer

The CaraBoats wheel arches are set into the hull, reducing the overall height which allows for easier access, reduced fuel consumption & an overall aesthetically pleasing look.

Leaders in styling

Sleek, aerodnamic shape with modern styling.

Full height pantry

Great for travel over longer periods, the CaraBoat’s full height pantry enables you to stock up for that long trip without the need to stop for more supplies. All food is in the one place and there’s no poking around small lockers.

Versatile entertaining layout

The forward lounge converts to a bed by night, it simply slides out and opens to make an island double bed or the bed can be left set up, if preferred.  Aft, there is another lounge that has opposing seating so you don’t get that locked in feeling, this also converts to a double bed if required. Single beds or 1 double and 2 singles are available as an option.

Stylish modern fit out

Together with a abundance of counter top space & storage.

Fold away helm

The throttle box folds away when not required, offering more room.



The Caraboat has large opening windows, ensuring plenty of flow through ventilation

Twin engines

Twin Engines for reliability & responsive manoeuvring


Large opening windows

The handy opening stern windows are great for passing groceries through when loading both on land or tied alongside a jetty.

Questions and Answers

Yes there is space on the roof for this purpose, there is a solar panel on the roof so you need to keep the kayak off to one side.

I think you are referring to the LNT Rule (Leave No Trace) yes, the toilet (black water) has a 20L tank & all the drains, i.e., sink, shower &  basin all run into a Greywater Tank, this can be emptied at a dump point through a skin fitting at the stern (or if on water in an area that allows Greywater discharge).
LNT accreditation is available to all owners of qualifying self-contained RVs who  are a member of an RV club, including companies that hire self-contained RVs in Australia.
To qualify, vehicles should carry a minimum of 20 litres of fresh water, have a grey water holding tank with a minimum capacity of five litres per person or 15 litres per person if the vehicle is fitted with a shower, and have a portable toilet cassette or black water holding tank with a minimum capacity of the smallest portable toilet cassette.

Yes, you can, weather permitting, also you can leave the rear doors open, this gives a cockpit type outdoor feel to the CaraBoat so you have the best of both worlds.

The mooring cleats are a folding type so when in caravan mode you wont get hooked on them when walking past, in boat mode they simply click open.

Yes but being a boat, only the roof mounted air conditioning can be fitted as an option.

Yes, the galley & head (bathroom) are set so the area forward & to the rear can have the beds to suit the owners preference, IE, 2 singles forward & also 2 singles aft, if you really wanted, we could even look at 4  singles aft (upper & lower).

Its strong enough but its meant for an extra storage area.

Yes, as an option, we can fit a top opening, 70L  fridge or freezer this is featured in our demonstrator model.

The CaraBoat is designed for Inland sheltered waters & is not recommended for Ocean use, a .3m chop is acceptable, but you will need to run at displacement speed to suit the conditions. This provides a smoother ride.

An electric trailer winch is generally not needed as the CaraBoat is floated onto the trailer.

We offer a range of Gelcoat colours, if this does not suit, the sides of the CaraBoat can be spray painted or we can offer a vinyl wrap as an option.

The Caraboat 750 is licensed to carry 7 people or 9 in the 870 model (in NSW Australia)

Yes. The Caraboat offers bigger motors, enabling speeds up to 20 knots