I see VERY large "floating camps" moved around here in the swamp by little tiny boats. There are some IFs involved. If it isn't open water, If it isn't windy, If it isn't far & If you aren't in a hurry, oh yeah, If you know what you're doing, practice makes perfect.
Here are some hints that seem to work. Push rather than pull. Have 2 doors or low windows in the center to see through. Make a shallow V, not a full length "slip". A little practice in a bathtub will show you have more control if at least 1/2 of the push boat has room to quickly & smoothly swing back & forth, and the craft hangs out a bit. Polywogs are good examples, A carpet lined V is a good way to do this without ropes, cleats or damage. Anchor from the REAR or you will get a sad surprise if you chuck off a anchor from the bow.
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