Ahoy, mateys! The experience is best lived while wearing a suitable pirate cosplay so you might wanna check up on the pirate gift shop for some fine accessories.
When the Pirates of the Caribbean franchise really started to make waves in the US, we all wanted to feel like Captain Jack Sparrow. Just imagine, sailing the high seas on your very own 17th-century pirate vessel with your crew. Thanks to Hollywood, we actually got to experience that feeling in a cinematic masterpiece but that still left us wanting more.
It's a good thing that this Florida cruise is ready to rock and there are even free beer and wine on board! Welcome to the Royal Conquest Pirate Ship at John's Pass where you can live it up to 1670s style on a massive two-level 46-foot ship inspected by the U.S Coast Guard. You will also find the Royal Conquest docked up at Madeira Beach ready to set sail on an expedition lasting an hour and a half of pure adventure, the Miami Herald reports.
There will be music and dancing on board, followed by some amazing treasure hunts and dolphin watching sessions. The experience is best lived while wearing a suitable pirate cosplay so you might wanna check up on the pirate gift shop for some fine accessories. The ship departs for its cruise every weekday for trips in the morning, noon, and evening.
"Ready yer sea legs and leave the landlubbers behind as you step aboard the 2-level, 46-foot U.S. Coast Guard inspected Royal Conquest Pirate Ship at John’s Pass for a swashbuckling adventure! Settled in Madeira Beach on Florida’s Western coast, our pirate ship sails some of the most beautiful and enchanting waters you will ever set yer eyes on," the company writes on their website.
Tickets are priced at just $39 for adults, and they're really a great way to ensure you have the best pirating trip of your life. Oh there will be free beer and wine on board! The cruise is just waiting for you and your friends to get on the deck and begin your adventure to prey on some puny merchant vessels and ships from the British armada.
Going a bit more into the finer aspects of the ship we find that there are bathrooms onboard. However, the company does recommend that use their land-based facilities prior to setting sail for a more relaxed journey. The route will be a straightforward one and the water are generally calm so you won't have to worry too much about getting sick. In case you are prone to seasickness, you are required to bring along medication just in case. Make sure you arrive 30 minutes early for your adventure and don’t forget your cameras for all memories you'll surely want to capture.
Check out the details on reservations and more here! Do note that in the event that the cruise fails to reach a minimum number of passengers, it may be postponed up to the next cruise departure time! The address of the venue where you will board is 140 W. Boardwalk PL E, Madeira Beach, FL.