Welcome aboard Theodore TOO, the beloved, 65-foot real-life, bright-eyed and bushy-bumpered tugboat.
With an unmistakably pleasant smile and famed massive pink cap, Theodore TOO is embarking on one other massive journey, setting course to turn out to be Canada’s subsequent Airbnb itemizing – and all with the assistance of Host Captain Noah, who’s helming the tugboat this summer time from his present put up in Hamilton. The captain is welcoming a couple of fortunate company to serve onboard for an evening from Theodore TOO’s residence port in Hamilton Harbour.
Since shifting from his residence in Halifax, Nova Scotia, Theodore TOO has turn out to be an immediately iconic attraction docked in Hamilton Harbour in Hamilton, Ontario, Canada. Inbuilt Daysprings, Nova Scotia in 2000, the 65-foot tug now works as an envoy to the marine trade and a information to the Nice Lakes.
“Our crew’s fortunate to spend the summer time cruising the Nice Lakes aboard the friendliest tugboat in Canada. I’m so excited Theodore TOO followers have the prospect to participate in his adventures! As your Host, I can’t wait to point out you round from bow to stern, and take you by yourself Massive Harbour journey for an evening.”
It’s the primary time that Theodore TOO shall be obtainable to non-crew members for an in a single day keep, so Captain Noah and the crew have labored to tidy up the flotsam and jetsam and get our red-capped tugboat shipshape.
- As soon as on deck, company will embark on a cruise of Hamilton Harbour with a few of Theodore TOO’s best crew members, studying all in regards to the Bay. Maintain a climate eye out for among the historical creatures rumored to lurk beneath the harbor’s floor, too.
- The Captain and his crew will deal with company to some sq. meals, with native eats from Hamilton, supporting among the small companies that play such an vital function within the metropolis.
- As soon as the solar units over the horizon, company can lounge on the deck for a film night time beneath the celebrities, surrounded by the harbor and loads of snacks – with saltwater taffy being a should.
- Bunk up in a comfy cabin match for a Harbormaster, adorned with iconic Canadiana and nods to Theodore’s roots in Halifax.
In honor of those stays, Airbnb will make a one-time donation to The Sunshine Basis of Canada, a nationwide charity that fulfills desires for youngsters and youth dwelling with extreme bodily disabilities. For 35 years now (and counting), Sunshine has created greater than 8,800 life-changing experiences for youngsters and youth throughout Canada and is a trigger near Theodore TOO’s coronary heart.
The Canadian keep comes as Airbnb has launched a brand new strategy to search designed round Airbnb Classes, making it simple to find tens of millions of distinctive houses in locations you will have by no means identified to exist. With over 30,000 OMG! Class stays around the globe, there are loads extra one-of-a-kind stays obtainable this summer time. And with greater than 25,000 Lake retreats in Canada alone, alternatives for harbor-side adventures additionally await for company this summer time – together with the chance for Hosts with lake houses to earn. Canadian Hosts with a whole place itemizing within the Lake Home Class collectively earned greater than $170 million from January to June 2022 alone.
Visitors will be capable of e-book two particular person one-night stays on September 10, 2022 and September 11, 2022, for less than $22 CAD an evening, a nod to Theodore TOO’s 22 years*. Aspiring crew can request to e-book this keep starting Monday, August 29, 2022 at 12:00 PM EST at airbnb.com/theodoretoo.
*These two, one-night stays for as much as 5 company every will not be a contest, and the nightly fee doesn’t embody taxes and charges. The boat cruise for company is topic to cancellation as a result of climate and different components outdoors of Airbnb’s management.
Airbnb is carefully monitoring COVID-19 rules and can supply reserving company a refund of the reserving charge ($22 CAD) and $1,000 USD Airbnb journey credit score if Airbnb determines it’s essential to cancel the keep. The keep’s guidelines require following relevant municipal, provincial and federal rules and tips for COVID-19, in addition to Airbnb’s COVID-19 Security Practices, which can embody sporting a masks and training social distancing when required by native legal guidelines or tips. On-site employees will even adjust to native guidelines and tips, and can abide by our five-step enhanced cleansing course of.
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