A travel booking company is offering a free overnight stay at an underwater glass bedroom surrounded by 35 sharks at the Paris Aquarium.
Three lucky winners and their guests will be invited to stay at the shark infested aquarium by entering a free competition with Airbnb Ireland, explaining their reasoning as to why they would want to spend a night submerged in a tank with sharks.
In addition to its fearsome inhabitants, the tank contains 3 million liters (nearly 800,000 gallons) of water.
The sleepovers will take place on April 11, 12 or 13.
Interested parties are invited to apply to win through a listing on Airbnb.
Applicants must be at least 18 and in good physical health.
Record-setting free diver, photographer and shark enthusiast Fred Buyle will host the underwater event, and a marine biologist will be on hand to shed light on the mysterious life of sharks.
The Paris Aquarium’s offer comes on the heels of another unique Airbnb collaboration.
In February, the Art Institute of Chicago paired up with the lodging site to offer stays in a replica of Vincent Van Gogh’s famous bedroom during its “Van Gogh’s Bedrooms” exhibit.
For the Paris shark stays, messages to the judges should explain why you’re the perfect candidate and must be between 50 and 550 characters in either French, English, German, Spanish, Italian or Portuguese.
Entries in Chinese, Japanese or Korean will also be accepted, with a character limit of 300.
Applicants must have an Airbnb account and apply before midnight Central European Time on April 3.
There’s no cost to enter or stay and organizers will take care of flights for winners.
The transparent room sleeps two in a circular bed.
The listing mentions dinner and breakfast as well as basic amenities including linens, soap, toilet paper and shampoo.
Organizers caution against viewing “Jaws,” or “Les Dents de la Mer,” before the sleepover.
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