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    Jolly Pirates

    Anyone done this? How's the food? Should we do the midday cruise with food, or the afternoon one without? Thanks!

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    how old are your kids?

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    We have sailed with the Pirates 3 times. The food is good. Chicken, Rib, pasta/potato salad. After being on the boat for awhile and snorkeling, the food is satisfying. Would I go on the cruise for the food - no - so I would say pick whichever cruise fits your schedule best. The cruise itself is alot of fun - so enjoy!!

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    The kids are 11 and 13.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Griswold Family Vacay View Post
    The kids are 11 and 13.

    The kids will LOVE Jolly Pirates!
    I don't know if it matters which tour you choose. We were on the lunch cruise which included dancing, food, beverage, the infamous rope swing and of course snorkeling.

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    The adults will like it too, we had a great time. The food is not why you go though.
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    Jolly pirate snorkel...Where do you eat ...on the boat or off the boat? How many people are usually on the tour at a time?

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    You eat on the boat. I think someone caters the food, and brings it on board. It is all the correct temperature, and tasted very good. We are going to opt for the rope swing sailing though, since we have done the snorkel/lunch sail already. Not sure how many are on the boat at a time, but guessing 100 or so?

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    Do you eat downstairs in the bottom of boat or out on top of boat? I'm asking cause I went on a ship like this in Mexico and got sea sick. Thanks for your input!!

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    Everything is out on deck. The only thing down below is the "head" (rest room). The back of the ship is covered if that helps.

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    Last edited by Arubalisa; 03-10-2012 at 03:19 PM.

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