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cabin cruiser

A cabin cruiser is like a mini-house that floats on the water. People use it to sail on lakes, rivers, or even the ocean. It has a comfortable cabin or a living room with a ceiling that's high enough to stand in. You can sleep in it, cook, eat and even poop (as it has a toilet or head). It also has a steering wheel that controls the boat's movements, like going forward or stopping. Sometimes, it can have multiple rooms for sleeping, a kitchen or even a small bathroom or shower. Just like a car, it needs fuel to keep moving. Some cabin cruisers run on gasoline or diesel, while others rely on electricity or solar power. They are usually owned by people who enjoy spending time on the water and appreciate the convenience of having the comforts of home while on an adventure.
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