GoBoat: A Tiny Portable Boat That Fits In A Car's Trunk

May 16, 2016


This is the GoBoat, a tiny boat small enough to fit in the trunk of a car. It consists of a small circular frame that an inflatable air bladder is blown up around (pump included). Slip a trolling motor (not included) through the center and you're good to go! The GoBoat is currently a Kickstarter project, and will run you $200 if they meet their funding goal. If they don't meet their funding goal you can forget about those carefree days on the lake you're daydreaming about right now. You are daydreaming about carefree days on the lake right now, aren't you? Or are you daydreaming about something a little more *rubbing nipples through shirt with ruler and stapler* SENSUAL? "I was daydreaming about getting home from work today." Oh right yeah me too, totally, so leave our pants on?

Keep going for a couple more shots.



Thanks to Jan, who wants to know how many bodies you can have in a trunk and still fit a GoBoat. Please don't kill me.

  • Lynn V.

    I just got mine. It doesn't look like the one in the photos above.

  • Dingo

    its actually $499 retail...so $499 for a blow up tube

  • IronMant

    For less money you can get an inflatable dinghy that seats five, can use a trolling motor, and fits in a duffle bag. This is a superfluous kickstarter.

  • No, you'll spend more on an inflatable dinghy if it has a motor mount.

  • The Magnificent Newtboy

    Yeah i was thinking exactly that. If it came with the motor built in then it would be different.

  • TheQiwiMan

    200 bucks and doesn't even come with a motor? Lame.

  • Anthony Sepulveda

    I live in Florida, is that made of gator proof rubber?

  • GeneralDisorder

    Gator-proofing is $3000 extra.

  • Well that's just a drowning waiting to happen.

  • That's what life jackets are for

  • Just like the ones the guys in the photo are wearing?

  • Frédéric Purenne

    Buy a GoPro to fit on my GoBoat and put my GoBait on my GoFishingPole and go fishing.

  • The_Wretched

    20 years ago it would have been the e-Pro on the eBoat. 10 years ago, the i-Pro and the i-Boat. Maybe, sometime soon, it'll be the u-Pro (dude) on the UBoat.

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