Are the trailerable Travelwave 360 Houseboats still available?

by Chris

Are the trailerable Travelwave houseboats still available?

Are the trailerable Travelwave houseboats still available?

Is the trailerable Travelwave houseboats still available? Does anyone know what happened to the Travelwave 360 by Stoll Manufacturing.

I tried to get a hold of them for pricing and more information, and have had no luck.

Thanks Chris from IN

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Reply - Answer
Well Chris, sorry to hear about your problems reaching Stoll Mfg about the Travelwave Houseboats.

From my knowledge, there are still available, and you can try the following information.

Stoll Manufacturing
1374 highway 77
Marysville, Ks. 66508
Phone: 785-629-8043

Do let us know if you find out for sure.

Lastly, hopefully some of our readers will share and post comments about their Travelwave houseboat experiences.

Thanks for sharing, IAN from all-about-houseboats

PS: if you buy one, do come back and post some pictures, we love pictures.

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Travelwave Houseboat IS for sale
by: Robert

June 1, 2019. I am the owner of a Travelwave 360 that is for sale now. The total price is $69,900, which includes the heavy-duty trailer made by the manufacturer. See the site for this boat or the ad on

Best Trailerable But Even the Used Ones Are Expensive

Comment added 5/17/19:

I can confirm there were only five of these ever made which *is* unfortunate. I did find one supposedly for sale and I emailed the owner at least two weeks ago -- only response was he would respond to my email when he had some time. :(

Even a used one is $75,000 plus $8,000 more for the custom gooseneck trailer he had made for it -- not exactly low budget but the largest trailerable houseboat that I know of. :)

Travelwave for sale 8-14-18
by: Nic

Capt Mike G-

Yes we are still around but something that has always been part time. You're are correct, it is a very niche market building trailerable houseboats and other than Nomad houseboats have never really heard of any other "production" level houseboats. We have traveled the country extensively over the last 20 years with this design and have ran into basically 0 other trailerable houseboats. Especially any that could "house" all of the amenities you'd need.

We have 2 boats for sale in inventory right now. We'll keep one and sell the other depending on the buyers preference. There are details on the Manhattan, KS craigslist.

Any info since the last time a post was made here on these boats?
by: Capt Mike G

This boat seems like a great idea----but with no dates on postings here--I don't know if the info is at all current--I am posting this in August 2018. Is this company still around making these boats? Anyone have info on other makes and models of trailerable houseboats??

Anyone care to offer their experiences with what sort of boats are out there of this type?? It seems that such makers are just small, niche builders and don't build in any sort of volume and come and go pretty quickly.

I am looking for such a boat--to be mostly homeported somewhere along the St. John's River in Florida--but can be towed up to Cincinnati to base up there in the summers to run the Ohio, its tributaries and other connected rivers.

Best I've seen
by: Anonymous

Im a kiwi. Have lived on a cat for 9 years. Was looking for a caraboat for best of both worlds. Apart from no solar and 120v at 60hz this is the best I've found. Now tiny houses being popular travelwave would seem a great choice.

Yes, But Only Used
by: Anonymous

Stoll Manufacturing stopped making them about 2012. Only five of this unique design were ever made.

I don't think they're still around
by: Doug GUrney

I don't think they're still around. I saw the boat and the manufacturing rights for sale on eBay a couple of years ago, if memory serves me right.

I don't remember how, whether by email or voice, but I asked whether she could be used with the floats stowed on top - my idea was to see if she could be used on the French or English canal system, which can be very narrow. I was told no, it was not stable in that configuration, and that was only for towing on a trailer.

Hope this helps. It's a very interesting idea.

Great idea will be wanting more details
by: Martin in London, UK

What a fantastic idea--well done. I would like to know if you've exported any of these units? I want to buy one for use in Australia and some of the continental USA. Have you researched how it can travel by container or other ship, or perhaps by rail car in goods transit mode?

Keen to know more, Martin

Travelwave houseboat info
by: Anonymous

Yes there are Travelwaves still available, I am the son of the owner and we have some available.

Talked to the manufacturer June-28-09
by: Jay

Talked to the owner and he said that they have only make 4 of them, and it's a custom item for between $140 to $160k (5,000 lbs. of aluminum alone in each one).

Darn shame they are not being mass produced and in the $60k range (i.e. the concept looks great).

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