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Your Lake Temagami Houseboat Home

The houseboat's large airy cabin contains dinettes, cupboard storage areas, a bathroom, a front bench, and two double beds with thick foam mattresses.  Fore and aft cruise decks invite you to spend the maximum amount of your time outdoors enjoying the scenery and sun.

The houseboat cabin size is 10' x 16' with inside steering and plenty of windows.  There is also a heater for those chilly spring and fall Lake Temagami nights.  On the front deck you can grill on the barbecue while enjoying the fresh northern air, or sit and enjoy the view go by as you cruise the lake.

Our kitchenette comes equipped with dishes, pots, pans, utensils, cutlery, and other common kitchen tools.  We also have a full sized propane fridge and three burner cook stove.

Enjoy the comforts of home.  Although space and environmental concerns don't allow for a shower, you will have an indoor toilet.  The bathroom also has fully stocked towel racks and a convenient shelf to hold a washbasin or shaving supplies.

Your houseboat is pushed through Temagami's waters by an environmentally friendly Yamaha Four Stroke 9.9 HP electric start outboard motor, which is both fuel efficient and dependable.  The fuel consumption for a week's trip averages between 40 and 60 liters of fuel.  A trip from our base to Sandy inlet and back takes roughly 45 liters, while an attempt to sightsee the majority of the lake will take you outside the average.  In the event of a major breakdown our service crew can easily replace the entire motor to get you back on your way with minimal inconvenience to you.

Tables convert to beds and back again quickly and easily, while the extra cushions store overhead out of the way while not in use.  With two tables turning into double beds and a spacious front bench, the houseboat sleeps five people comfortably with plenty of room for storage under the benches.

When it's time to park just pull up to a campsite on shore and tie up to a couple of trees.  Our pontoons were made to handle the rocks found along Lake Temagami's shoreline and shoals.  Holes will not affect these pontoons, and steel framing ensures they will hold together for a worry-free holiday.

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