Dockside Boat & Bed

Dockside Boat & Bed

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Rainbow Harbor, Dock #5, Long Beach, CA 90802, United States

Situated on a private dock in Rainbow Harbor, this unusual bed-and-breakfast rents six furnished yachts for overnight stays. Ranging from 38 to 54 feet, the boats are permanently stationed within view of the Rainbow Harbor Lighthouse and the historic Queen Mary, a retired ocean liner built in 1934. Each vessel is individually designed with different amenities; for instance, the Crown Jewel has an electric fireplace and 12-bottle wine fridge, while the Obla De Obla Da is primed for entertaining with a wet bar and speaker system on the back deck. A continental breakfast is delivered to the boats each morning.

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