If you’ve ever dreamed of having a BC Ferries vessel all to yourself, here’s your chance.

The company is auctioning off its 52-year-old Queen Of Burnaby vessel for less than the price of an average home in Victoria.

The 130-metre diesel-powered ship can carry more than 900 passengers and includes cafeterias, a gift shop and a kids’ play centre.

It can also store 168 cars and has a maximum speed of 16.5 knots with 6,000 horsepower.

The vessel, which served the Comox-Powell River route, will make its final run at the end of March.

It will be replaced by the new natural gas-powered Salish Orca, one of three new vessels built in Poland that just completed a trip across the Atlantic Ocean and through the Panama Canal.

Bidding on the Queen of Burnaby starts at $400,000, with a caveat: There’s no delivery – so you’ll have to drive it away yourself.

The online auction is scheduled to end on Feb. 15 at noon.