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Tiny Mobile Home for a Family of 4 Inspired by Whaling Ship

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All photos by <a href="">Crystal Zull Photography</a> via <a href="">Inhabitat</a>
All photos by Crystal Zull Photography via Inhabitat

Designed by Rocky Mountain Tiny Houses, a Durango, Colorado-based tiny home design-build outfit, this adorable little home packs a punch, able to fit a family of four in its wood-lined confines. If the decorative waves and pothole windows aren't clue enough, the timber-clad teeny dwelling was inspired by seafaring vessels. In fact, the 26-feet-long, 8.5-feet-wide house was inspired (and takes its name from) the fictional 19th-century ship Pequod, made famous by the 1851 classic "Moby Dick." Unlike its mobile tiny house brethren, the Pequod was built for a family of four, which sounds like unforgettable family fun, for better or worse.

Amazing wood Pequod caravan comfortably fits a family of four [Inhabitat]