Salty Sam's Pirate Cruise

2500 Main Street, Fort Myers Beach, FL 33931
Phone: 239.765.7272

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Salty Sam's Pirate Cruise

Location: In Fort Myers Beach, see map below.

Profile: Family Amusement Attraction

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Here's a new twist on a sightseeing boat tour - the Pieces of Eight Pirate Ship! Step aboard mates as the tour sets sail o’ the Gulf of Mexico with debauchery and nautical nonsense that awaits ye. This interactive comedy adventure is full of swashbuckling fun with treasure chests, face painting, pirate games, dancing, cannons, limbo, and more! For family outings, different packages are available to ensure your little ones feel like a real pirate. Adult-only cruises are offered in the evening with dancing and libations. Speaking of libations, visit the Pirate Pub, which includes a full bar, snack and souvenirs. Passengers can visit the the Pirate Store before or after the boat ride where you'll find all the hidden treasures a real pirate would love, from t-shirts to jewelry, souvenirs to pirate hats and bandanas.

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Area Information

Fort Myers Beach
Fort Myers Beach is the beachfront community located on the barrier Estero Island, with the Gulf of Mexico to the west and Estero Bay to the east. This island is a beach vacationerís destination, with a variety of resorts, hotels, condominiums and beach cottages. The main attraction at Fort Myers Beach is just that, the beach, with miles of soft, white sandy beaches. The north end of the island, primarily the Times Square area, is livelier and more congested, especially in season from January through April. Here you'll find souvenir shops, restaurants and beach activities. The south end of the island has a more tranquil, residential feel. In addition to spending the day at the beach, visitors to Fort Myers Beach can jet ski, parasail, paddleboard and fish. For more information, please see our  Fort Myers Beach Visitor Guide.

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