Glamping on water is quite the experience. Even if you’ve been on a boat before, it’s still a bit different to feel little if no movement at all from the water coursing below your very feet. Most houseboats are not motorized because they are usually kept stationary at a fixed point, tethered to land to avoid any unwanted migration. Some, however, can operate on their own power, blurring the line between houseboat and boat. Usually the houseboats remain dockside in a peaceful setting, maybe a cove overlooking beautiful Largo Sound or the more bustling Boston Harbor bay, where you can enjoy the beautiful New England weather and spend your day enjoying the lovely town of Boston before returning to your very unique docked houseboat. Houseboats can have many stories, just like a house, and some have been known to accommodate large families. So no matter who is accompanying you on your glamping vacation, there will be plenty of space for the whole family. Or the whole friend group. You get the picture.