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Attraction Review: Jolly Roger Lunch Cruise

19th January, 2015
The black Pearl Jolly Roger Barbados

Now how could we say no to cruising along the coast on a pirate ship enjoying the sweet breeze and beautiful blues of Barbados, well we just couldn't! we hopped onto the Jolly Roger and made our way down the sandy Southern coast of the island and stopped off at the famous Carlisle Bay to explore the sunken ship wrecks! The waters at Carlisle Bay are some of the clearest, crystal waters on the island, as we jumped into the refreshing ocean, we swam towards the wreck and started to investigate the structure. There is something so relaxing about swimming in the ocean, watching the fish pass in and out of the shipwreck and fully immersing yourself in the experience.

The black Pearl Jolly Roger Barbados

The black Pearl Jolly Roger Barbados

After our snorkeling exploration, we went back onto the boat and sailed down to the pristine West coast. On our way down we enjoyed a full Bajan buffet lunch with steak, macaroni pie, peas and rice, coleslaw, salad and garlic bread! It was what we needed to boost ourselves for the next snorkeling expedition. On the West coast we stopped off in Paynes Bay, a bay full of lots of water sports and where we would see the magical sea turtles. The crew jumps into the water with you and feeds the turtles as you watch them glide through the water with such grace. *Please don't hang on to the turtles or touch them as they are wild animals*

The black Pearl Jolly Roger Barbados

The black Pearl Jolly Roger Barbados

After an hour of enjoying the sun and sea at Paynes Bay we started our sail back to the Bridgetown Harbour, this is really when the party starts! Drinks are flowing, music is blaring and everyone is up dancing and having a ball! Jolly Roger is definitely the party ship, with a congaline happening, wuking up and drinks upon drinks! For more information on this cruise and the price please see here.

Melanie & Kimberly*

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