Custom Made Viking Ships

Jun 12, 2014

Category: Rides

Pillaging and plundering in your Ford Focus just never seems to work out right, does it? To cause the kinda mayhem you desire, you need an actual Viking ship of your own. The Viking Ship Museum will build you one.

This squad of Scandinavian craftsmen from Copenhagen will dedicate themselves to creating your very own vessel, be it a small wooden Gokstad sailer that seats two, or a 36-foot ship that rattles fear into the hearts of men everywhere. The crew uses traditional production methods and materials, and all Viking ships are hand-built to order with prices provided on request. For an extra $40, Adrian Peterson will christen it for you with a bottle of Moet (not really). [Purchase]

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