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Join pirates including Captain Jack, Peg Leg Meg and Pick Pocket Pete, aboard the Pieces of Eight Pirate Cruise in Estero Bay. Your adventure begins at Salty Sam's Marina, just before the big bridge... Read More
Join pirates including Captain Jack, Peg Leg Meg and Pick Pocket Pete, aboard the Pieces of Eight Pirate Cruise in Estero Bay. Your adventure begins at Salty Sam's Marina, just before the big bridge to Fort Myers Beach, where you can dine at Parrot Key or Bootleggers. The 65-foot Spanish Galleon-style ship sells snack food and has a full a bar; after all what respectable pirate takes to the seas without rum? The ship sails at different times starting at 9am and going until 8pm depending on the time of week and year. While it's mostly family friendly, there is a 90-minute adult cruise on Friday nights for $20. Otherwise ticket prices range from $24.95-$40 depending on age and ticket upgrades. Those upgrades include pirate paraphernalia such as eye patches, swords, water pistols, hats and more. It's a fun and festive way to see the Fort Myers waterways.
- Best for Dinner Cruises Because: This cruise provides the views, the booze and the swashbuckling fun for the young and old.
- Best for Things to Do with Kids Because: The 90-minute cruise aboard a 65-foot Spanish Galleion-style boat, is highlighted by the antics of a band of swashbuckling pirates. It's a cheeky good time.