Arrrr me harties, are you ready to go on an interactive pirate cruise? And yes, we mean those little swashbucklers AND adults like!
Your adventure with Bluefoot Pirate Adventures gets started upon arrival where the “soon to be pirates” will enjoy face painting and lessons in pirate slang. Arrrr it be the best pirate slang this side of skull island!
Then, you set sail on your fun pirate cruise, and the adventure begins! Kids, are you excited to take on the pirate challenge? The discovery of a message in a bottle will lead you in search of a lost key, long lost at sea to unlock the treasure chest. All you have to do is ward off the notorious “Barnacle Bill” with their REAL water cannons, before the quest continues. Do you think you can do it!
All of this you are actually out on the crisp, blue Florida waters, out at sea like a real life pirate! Arrrrrr pieces of eight!
Will your tale end with excitement and fortune? Of course it will! All junior pirates will leave with a bag of booty, an official pirate certificate, and an experience that will not soon be forgotten.
Did you know that you can even celebrate a pirate-style birthday with Bluefoot Pirate Adventures? The great thing is, ALL of the kids get to take home a share of the treasure at the end of the day!
Swashbuckling fun in St Petersburg, where every child can be their own blackbeard, seeking the lost key, headed to your fortunes! A fun family day out where the imagination might just start running away with you!
$25, but $6.50 for the under 2s
Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays are buy one get one 50% off.
Water only for sale but older pirates can bring their own Rum or Grog, and little ones can bring their own sodas and juices
They set sail from the beautiful Fort Lauderdale Port of the Bahia Mar Yachting Center. Be sure to schedule your visit, as many are waiting to board the BlueFoot!
You can take home fun Junior Pirate Packs that includes Sword, bandana, and eye patch for $7.50 plus tax
They offer an exciting, fun filled, educational experience unlike anything else in Ft. Lauderdale. Their intention is to educate the students in local history and science on this interactive trip while promoting water safety and conservation.
They are wheelchair friendly