Next to the Wharf sits the Gangplank Marina, where people live in about 90 houseboats on the water.
Gangplank Portrait Project — Becky Harlan
Photographer. River Lover. Noticer of Things.
How Does D.C.’s Neighborhood Of Houseboats Prepare For A Hurricane? | DCist
Gangplank Marina is part of The Wharf Marina, and it’s the only neighborhood of liveaboards in the city, as well as the largest such community on the East Coast. (Liveaboards, as you might imagine, means people who live on their boats, and can also refer to the boats themselves.) There are 88 live-a…
Gangplank Marina | Season 2018 | WETA Neighborhoods
Residents of Gangplank Marina in Southwest, D.C., give us a tour of their floating neighborhood.
Parade of Lights Contest
Photo caption: The contest judg
The 5 best houseboats in the Gangplank Marina 2017 tour
Here are the highlights to Washington, D.C.’s houseboat community opening their doors to the public.
Construction Forces DC Houseboat Residents Into Smaller Docks — GLOBAL YOUNG VOICES
Millennials who make a difference.
Would You Live on a Boat?
A short documentary about an alternative lifestyle
Development at Southwest D.C. marina creates tensions for ‘live-aboards’
Houseboat residents are in limbo as developers figure out how the community will fit into their plans.
Meet the Neighbors: The ‘Liveaboards’ of Southwest
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