Botels may range from small or larger purpose-built or converted boats or other watercraft, to converted ships. They may be permanently moored or grounded, or spend part of the year taking guests on tours.
Alexander von Humboldt (ship) was built in the early 1900s, and after century of sailing the seas was coverted to botel floating in Bremen. Another converted sailing ship is the Viking (barque), floated in Sweden
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