You Can Stay On This Super Cool Victorian-Themed Airbnb Boat In South Florida
It's a pirates life for me!
If you want to elevate your camping experience it's time you stay on a boat. This Airbnb is not for the high-maintenance individual but for the adventure-seeker. Airbnb has a Victorian-style rental that will give you a summer experience of a lifetime.
The Airbnb is located on the deck of a 68 ft cutter-rig sailboat currently being restored. If you love sleeping outdoors and feel the breeze of the ocean, this is the perfect site.
Sunsets and stars will take over the scenery providing a summer night like no other. This is a camping style Airbnb with sleeping accommodation on-deck. Even though the boat is currently under renovation the host provides a wonderful experience.
The Airbnb costs $139 for two people and it features foam mattresses to sleep on deck and two benches in the cockpit. Some of the places might not be available due to renovation, however, the whole experience is one-of-a-kind.
Ryan, the Airbnb host, elevates the guests' experience with conversations, campfire on the rear deck and Cuban coffee in the morning.
Guests are welcomed to jump, swim and snorkel around the area and even use the rope swing. Make sure to bring your own cooler and snacks that do not require cooking.
According to the listing, "This boat is anchored out in the harbor and requires a boat ride to get to. Exclusively for my guests, each reserved night includes one free water taxi ride in the evening and one in the morning between the hours of 5 p.m. and 6 p.m. and 9 a.m. and 10 a.m."
Wake up to the smell of warm coffee with the beautiful sunrise of Key West and live the real Florida Keys lifestyle.
Crew the Boat! Airbnb
Price: $139 a night for two people
Why you need to go: This is a unique Airbnb located in a boat with a fabulous deck to watch the stars.
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