Iguana at home

IGUANA OWNERS STAY HOME & ENJOY THEIR BOAT

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DIRECTLY PARKED IN YOUR GARDEN

These days, we understand the frustration felt by waterfront property owners. An ocean of opportunities and adventure awaits right before their eyes but they have no way to reach it. It looks so easy, so reachable, just a step away from their home, but the marina is too far away and it is not recommended to go there during these uncertain times. Boats are waiting, so are adventures.

If your boat was in your garden, wouldn’t it be easier?

Iguana owners have this chance. Their boats are moving and exploring the world. Directly parked in their garden, hidden from view, bad weather, and current constraints. They just have to embark, take a few things and it is done: it is as easy as taking your car.

Family coming back home on an Iguana

“Back on board, we use the cabin to change from wet suits to dry clothes and head home. We return to the house and simply drive up the slipway. No waiting for any assistance or difficult transitions to trailers. We park her in the same place as usual and we’re done. Effortlessly.”

Steve in the UK

FREEDOM IS AT YOUR DOOR

Given the current context, “staying home” is a highly shared recommendation and freedom feels more limited than before. Some of us are considering buying a house with a garden in order to expand our sense of freedom by having a small part of nature at hand.

Would you believe this part of nature can be bigger and easier to reach?

Your garden could become a gateway to a huge playing field: the ocean. Iguana Yachts’ innovation takes on its full meaning when you are looking for freedom. The Iguana is truly independent and closer to your desires and needs. Experience a new kind of freedom with the easy use of Iguana Yachts: explore the world starting in your garden, without limits.

Surfing family with an Iguana

“The kids are ready at 10.00 am and we board the Iguana in the garage. All our kit is still on board so no need to pack everything. Even the fridge is still stocked with cool water and soft drinks. At 10.03 am we’re already on the move across the beach and in the water by 10.05 am.”

Olivia in Massachusetts

ONLY YOU, YOUR BOAT, AND THE SEA

As you may have noticed, having an Iguana will make you forget the usual constraints of a traditional boat. Equally at ease on sea or on land. 

What about its performance as a boat?

Iguana Yachts’ innovation isn’t only relying on land mobility. It is a combination of this new mobility with high boating performance. The Iguana team is above all composed of people passionate about boats. They will never make concessions on the performance of Iguana Yachts. When you’ll reach speeds of 55 mph with your Iguana, you’ll rapidly forget your misconceptions about amphibious boats.

Iguana Commuter on sea

“On evenings, I head for the coast. Even when it’s cloudy, I jump on the Iguana and clear my head with some much needed fresh air. Within minutes I’m in my boat and on the water hitting 40 mph, leaving the shore behind me.”

Franck in Corsica

Throughout the world, Iguana owners are tasting freedom more than others. They are living unique moments, alone or with their family while respecting the constraints given by the current situation.

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