Everyone wants a yacht, but most of us can't afford one.

Luckily, we can afford a couple of nights on a yacht. Airbnb has a lot of interesting listings that make it possible for you to stay in a dome near Bend, a grain bin in Pasco, or a train car in Idaho!

You can stay on a yacht in Gig Harbor, Washington.

Lyla is a recently retired 53-foot yacht in Gig Harbor. For more than forty years, she saw action on the waters of the Puget Sound. She's been recently updated and restored by Kenzie and Griffin and is ready to be your vacation destination. She costs less than most hotels at $216 a night and is constantly cleaned. During the holidays, Kenzie and Griffin decorate her to spread festive cheer.

Can you bring pets onboard Lyla?

Surprisingly, Lyla is pet-friendly, provided you let the hosts know and pay a $50 fee each night you stay.

Where do you take a shower?

Lyla is dressed to the nines, featuring four beds, a partial bathroom (head), and a full head that includes a shower. Upon your arrival, you'll also find complimentary wine, snacks, and coffee. If you need late-night entertainment but don't want to go out, the master bedroom features a TV.

What are the rules when you rent Lyla?

Staying on a 53-foot yacht is an exciting prospect, but there are some rules to keep in mind. Fortunately, they're pretty straightforward. You can't throw a rager or any house party, the boat has to stay moored (don't touch the controls!), and you can't smoke.

Are you ready to see inside this dreamboat vacation rental?

The Lyla is a 53-Foot Yacht You Can Rent on Airbnb in Gig Harbor

If you're looking for something different to satisfy your adventuring needs, the Lyla is a 53-foot yacht in Gig Harbor, Washington that you can rent on Airbnb. Kenzie and Griffin restored her earlier in 2021 and she's absolutely beautiful. Lyla is pet-friendly and Kenzie and Griffin decorate for the holidays and supply complimentary wine.

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