Queen Anne's Revenge
AAARRRRGGGHHHHHH!!!!! Ahoy Matey!
Are you feeling a little piratey? Or are you looking to shake the dust off your pirate garb/corset? Come on down to the Queen Anne’s Revenge II, Blackbeard’s ship, docked at PonTunes Marina, Tiki Bar & Grille, located at MM 108 in Key Largo. We are on the south side of Jewfish Creek Bridge. This is the Pirate DayCation Destination!
This cruise leaves every night of the week, weather permitting. When we email you, we will let you know what time we are sailing, depending on the time year and its sunset times. Queen Anne’s Revenge II returns approximately two (2) hours later. All friends of proprietors, Rick and Pompey, are invited to join them for FREE SUNSET CRUISES aboard their 105’ pirate ship. If you are not already here, visit www.freesunsetcruise.com, or just ask Pompey Mansilla to friend you on Facebook and you are set to go. These guys have been featured in many publications, radio stations, television stations and this gorgeous schooner has been in many photo shoots, courtesy of Key Largo.
If you consider yourself a friend and you would like to join us for FREE Sunset Cruises, with absolutely no obligation, please email FIRST/LAST name of each individual with their respective email addresses to Info@FreeSunsetCruises.com. This is on a first come/first serve basis. This whole experience is a blast as the proprietors will walk around all day at the various locales in The Florida Keys (libraries, coffee shops, supermarkets, barbershops) asking if anyone wants to join them for free on their 105’ pirate ship, the majestic Queen Anne’s Revenge II. These guys are gregarious and just want to have fun, and this trip is a Key Largo tradition.
Arrive as early as possible. Usually, 1 ½ hours ahead of time is plenty of time for everyone to check in at the boat rental location and see Alex or Frankie. They will place you on the Captain’s Manifest. Hey, make sure you let them know in your email if you have any little Pirates younger than 6 years old, as you will have to bring their own flotation devices. There is plenty of life vests for all others on board.
Note: "Kids don't have to "Friend." They are always welcome, and just need to come with an adult who does Friend and can supervise them.
WHERE THE PIRATES COME TO PLAY