Home » Top 1000 Boat Pictures » It’s a boat tub! Or a hot boat? Add to Facebook download .zip with all pictures a tub is often a fiberglass shell used to hold water in, a boat is often a fiberglass shell used to keep water out, this is a fiberglass shell used to keep water both in and out. Related Posts A gulet moored off the southern coast of Turkey Pacific Swift of S.A.L.T.S in Victoria, British Columbia The last commercial sailing ship to round Cape Horn (in 1949), the massive Pamir Latest Comments southwickship5 December 26, 2016 It’s the joystick in the top right, in that one guy’s hand, with the black hair. MilagroConti November 21, 2016 Drink lake water. Live forever. Cadmium is good for you. LacyMaberry October 5, 2016 Because lake water definitely feels as nice as a hot tub Belacha October 4, 2016 And apparently it can be yours for a mere $42,000: http://www.hammacher.com/Product/Default.aspx?sku=12211&promo=The-Unexpected&catid=1746 Oslt September 22, 2016 you have taken the inverse boat and turned it into a regular boat. fogleodelia September 6, 2016 You missed out on calling it a Tub Boat…C’mon man! Ybele August 14, 2016 So the tub boat is the inverse of a normal boat? What is the square of the tub boat, then, smart guy? Tanenth May 10, 2016 Have you seen the [world’s fastest hot tub car](https://i.ytimg.com/vi/Vgi6W0vevOc/maxresdefault.jpg)? ShahidAqq April 16, 2016 [I *am* in the water. In a tub that is in the water.](http://www.reactionface.info/sites/default/files/images/xzibit_meme_7219_RE_Wtf_am_i_reading-s510x334-157605-580.jpg) Uskunte February 12, 2016 Thats cool as hell – a Caddy is the only car to do that with, too Inest January 25, 2016 Sorry all I see is a floating pot of boiling water. And isn’t this technically considered sinking this be considered sinking. Sulghaeng December 4, 2015 So you take two things that require extreme levels of maintenance to own and operate – and you combine them! Genius! Claribel1 October 27, 2015 [hot tub in pool on cruise ship?](http://www.cruisesavvy.com/files/images/P1040439.JPG) Comments are closed.