School is starting up again soon for the kiddos. If you're looking to make that last summer memory they'll remember forever, check out this epic Minnesota pirate ship!

You can stay the night aboard this two bedroom boat located in Saint Paul along the Mississippi River. According to Airbnb, the ship is 65 feet long and sleeps up to six people. It's the perfect fit for a medium sized family.

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On board the boat, you'll find three beds (2 rooms with 3 queen mattresses), a hammock, bathroom, shower, kitchen (includes microwave, fridge, sink and toaster), large upper deck, fireplace, couches, tables and plenty of privacy nooks.

Pirate Ship hosted by Dan, Airbnb

Alright, now let's get into the fun stuff! The pirate ship features planks (Rrrr matey, walk the plank), themed lighting and tunes...start making your pirate themed playlist for this unique stay. May I suggest watching Pirates of The Caribbean or Peter Pan while staying on-board this great find?

Minnesota summers can be HOT and that's why the boat also has AC.

If this sounds like an adventure of epic purportions that you're intersted in, the cost is roughly $350 per night and you'll have the whole ship to yourself.

If you're not sold on how cool this place is, check out some of the reviews left by people who've stayed the night;

Sonya reviewed the ship in July 2020 and wrote, "Yo-ho-ho and a bottle [of] rum! Is a true statement when staying on this pirate ship! Every inch is decorated to the fullest extend and perfect to live out a pirates life, drinking your rum while having fun with your whole family!"

Matthew also stayed the night in July 2020 and simply wrote, "kids loved it."

Christine also stayed in July and had a raving review, "Best stay EVAARRGH! (A review for families.) While this ship is clearly perfect for adult pirates, Pirate Captains with young crew members (children 9-15) will also find this ship a treasure ... Nooks and crannies, skeletons, treasure, circular cobwebs, equipment and hats, commandeering this vessel for a night was the perfect break from landlubbing stresses of work and the plague."

You can make your reservation through Airbnb hosted by Dan.