Boarding the Marigalante Pirate Ship
When we’ve watched the Pirate Ship cruising in Banderas Bay in the past, we thought it was just another tourist trap. But we kept hearing people talk about how much fun they had on it, so we decided to give it a try.
We opted for the sunset cruise which included dinner and an open bar. It was great fun, better than we expected! Our buccaneer kept our drinks flowing, our dinner served, and played a part in the exciting pirate show.
The Marigalante Pirate Ship is fairly large, but it appeared diminished in size next to the cruise ship that was in port that day. During the tour, we learned that the Mexican-built pirate ship has a very interesting history. It was built in Veracruz with the "goal of celebrating the 500th anniversary of the discovery of America that was to take place in 1992".
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