Another pirate ship pool toy? Count us in!

It comes with a squirt gun and a catapult. Enough said.

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Summer's coming, which means that this year's arsenal of outdoors-oriented kiddie toys is already being rolled out. And, as we've already seen, pirate-themed pool toys are going to be huge this year. (At the root of this trend, naturally, is the impending final installment of the Pirates of the Caribbean trilogy, as well as Steve Jobs' anti-DRM vendetta--a high point for the other kind of pirate.) The latest in pirate fun is the Jolly Roger PT400, an inflatable pirate ship that comes with a squirt gun and two "cannonballs" to go in its built-in catapult.

I never knew pirate ships had catapults on them, but hey, I suppose it just makes it cooler. You've got to win those pirates vs. ninjas battles somehow. This floating fortress will cost you $37.95.

There is, however, a 135-pound weight limit. Maybe they could make a grown-up version too?

(Via Uber-Review)

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