- Pirate dinner cruise in Cancun
- Set sail on the Jolly Roger, a replica of the Spanish ship Santa Maria
- Watch an action-filled pirate show, with fireworks
- Enjoy a dinner of lobster, surf and turf, chicken or filet mignon
- Sip drinks from the open bar while you dance and play pirate-themed games
Recent Photos of This Tour
The sword fight on the Pirate ...Photo by: Kathleen M
Having FunPhoto by: Otilia M
The crewPhoto by: Otilia M
Captain Morgan and GorgolaPhoto by: Otilia M
Up and away!Photo by: Otilia M
Billy the drunk pirate :)Photo by: Otilia M
Pirate crewPhoto by: Otilia M
What You Can Expect
As the Jolly Roger, a replica galleon based on Christopher Columbus’ Santa Maria, sets sail and heads out to sea, grab a drink from the open bar and find a good spot to watch the pirate show, a lively performance of swaggering, sword-wielding pirates that ends with an exciting fireworks display.
Dinner is up next — a hearty meal of your choice (see options below) accompanied by red or white wine. Then work off your meal on the upper deck, where you can dance the night away with the pirates or join the kids to play buccaneer-themed games. The bar is open for the majority of the cruise.
At the end of the night, you’ll be returned to the marina, where your dinner cruise ends.
Regular menu (choose one of the following):
- Filet mignon
- Chicken cordon bleu
- Fish fillet stuffed with cheese and dressed with mango sauce
- Vegetarian option (either ravioli with cheese and a spinach tomato sauce or vegetarian lasagna with cheese and tomato sauce)
- Surf and Turf
- Hotdogs, chicken nuggets and french fries
The night was lots of fun. The staff was able to get everyone up off their feet and having a blast!!!! The show was delightful - included a sword fight, fireworks, etc. The pirates were amusing and made sure that all ages could participate
We did not know what to expect when we booked a night trip on the Jolly Roger, but what we got was the most fun evening of our vacation. We got to the ship at around 6 PM and by 6:30 we had already boarded. The show begins from the moment you get to the pier: the pirates arrive and you already get to meet some of the main characters, Billy the drunken pirate, Captain Morgan, his uncle and captain of the ship, Grouch, his second-in-command, Gorgola, Charlotte, Blaze, Rasta, Calaveras (hopefully I remembered them right) and all the others.
The trip, lasting about 4 hours, includes dinner (costs extra with lobster, but it’s worth it) and free drinks all around. The main attraction, however, is the show these amazing pirates put on. The first part of this show, before dinner, is very interactive and it encourages people to meet and get to know each other. There are also activities for children, such as a treasure hunt guided by the pirates.
The second part of the show, after dinner, is where the surprises come out. There is a plot, and twists, and cliffhangers that keep you on the edge of your bench. It’s highly entertaining to watch.
The night ends with dancing, drinking and partying, but by the time you get back to the pier, you are left wishing for more. You already feel like you are friends with these fun pirates and you’d like to see them again.
Tip: get the picture with the treasure chest.