Where Can You Dock a Floating Home?


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In the United States, floating homes are typically allowed to moor at slips that lie adjacent to docks for traditional boats and ships when on a moving body of water such as a river or bay. Floating homes are also found on contained lakes.

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Floating homes are severely restricted due to their construction, according to the International Association of Certified Home Inspectors. Without an engine or other means of movement and a design that does not make the home a sea-worthy vessel, floating homes are permanently moored to a dock and need to attach to public utilities for electricity and running water.

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