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Sunset Pirate Cruise in Aruba

From US$34.50
Highlights
  • Pirate crew helps create a whimsical ambiance on board the schooner
  • Open bar serves up a variety of drinks
  • Multiple seating areas and a rope swing on board
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Sunset Pirate Cruise in Aruba
From US$34.50
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Sunset Pirate Cruise in Aruba
From US$34.50
Overview
Watch the sunset like the Caribbean pirates of the past on the deck of a traditional schooner during this late-afternoon cruise. Relax and enjoy the sea breeze while sipping cocktails from the open bar, or get more adventurous with a turn on the rope swing. You’ll have plenty of time to enjoy views and photo ops of the Aruban coast before returning to shore in time for dinner.
What to Expect
Head for Moomba Beach, where you’ll board a traditional pirate-style schooner for your late-afternoon cruise. There’s nothing like seeing a Caribbean sunset from the water, so you’ll ensure the best possible views and photo ops by booking this popular tour.
Find a spot along the teak deck, in the netting by the bow of the boat, or under the awning if you’ve maxed out on sun exposure. Grab a drink at the open bar or wait for the pirate crew to come to you, serving up cocktails worthy of such a setting. Take in views of western Aruba and listen to the island rhythms as you wait for the sun to sink toward the horizon. If you’re feeling adventurous, take a turn on the rope swing.
After the sun sets and the stars come out, return to shore in plenty of time to get dinner and explore the island’s nightlife.
Reviews (60)
1 - 5 of 43 reviews
Reviewed 4 days ago
Fun but check in felt like a shakedown

We had booked in advance and paid a deposit for 8 people. When we tried to pay balance my husband was asked to pay 162.00 for the two of us. Young man did not seem to understand that we only wanted to pay for the...More

Date of experience: January 2019
Thank randy m
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile
Best night ever! Highly recommend!

My Dad and I did the 2 hour sunset cruise and had a wonderful time! One of the highlights of our trip. The crew was friendly and fun...especially Martin. Very handsome. Nice chatting with him! The drinks were flowing, music was kicking and the pirate...More

Thank TurboTraveler33
Reviewed 3 weeks ago
Perfect end to a great day in Aruba!

The crew were amazing on this ship. They helped all that wanted to jump off the rope swing (young and old alike). The music was great and the pirates poison was terrific! And the sunset was beautiful. A perfect end to a terrific day in...More

Date of experience: December 2018
Thank charleysue
Reviewed November 7, 2018 via mobile
Fun!

We had a great time! Staff was very friendly and helped me out with my nerves when I went to jump from the rope swing for the first time! Very fun time with drinks flowing, music and best of all Aruba's fabulous sunset!

Thank Kimberly M
Reviewed October 25, 2018 via mobile
Anniversary trip

Jolly Pirates was a BLAST! Crew was fun, funny which added to the overall experience! We opted to not do the rope swing, mainly because we didn’t bring a change of clothes. It looked like great fun, lots of people did it. The open bar...More

Thank DeniseR530
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Anne O
January 5, 2019|
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Response from pchaivre | Reviewed this property |
I don’t recall beer offered - lots of rum drinks
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Lon D
October 13, 2018|
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Response from Matt B |
Three options, 2 hours, 3 hours, and 4 hours!
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Lon D
October 13, 2018|
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Response from carrasco87 | Reviewed this property |
Since we did the sunset tour, we had taken an island taxi tour and they dropped us off at the beach where Jolly Pirates is located. On the way back others had arranged a taxi shuttle to come back and pick them up and they... More
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