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Landlocked homeowners leave suburbia behind to live in stunning aquatic homes that float on water
Young entrepreneur Harry Smith sets out to convert a 1970s canal boat that he bought during his student days - but he only has £1,000 to bring this modest vessel up to date.
Aart Simons and Nanouk Kropman met through a love of sailing. To fulfil their shared dream of living on water, they have bought a disused 1950s Dutch cargo ship - but transforming this old hunk of metal will be a logistical, financial and emotional ride of a lifetime.
For 35 years, Netherlands fisherman Jan de Boer has spent his working week at sea, with weekends on dry land in the large family home where he and his wife Geja raised their six children. But now, Jan and Geja are ready for a new adventure, building a custom-designed floating home that will be part of a pioneering aquatic village.
After 30 years of marriage, North American couple Kurt and Roberta are ready for a new adventure. They have sold their Seattle home and are sinking the equivalent of over half a million pounds into an enormous, uber-modern waterborne home on Vancouver Island's east coast.
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