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Pirate Ship Snorkel and Lunch Cruise in Los Cabos

  • A fun-filled Los Cabos cruise in a vintage pirate ship
  • Enjoy games and competitions as you sail the high seas
  • Snorkeling gear and paddleboats provided for outdoor adventures
Pirate Ship Snorkel and Lunch Cruise in Los Cabos
From $79.00
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Pirate Ship Snorkel and Lunch Cruise in Los Cabos
From $79.00
Los Cabos is a scenic beach resort on the tip of the Baja Peninsula, famous for its stunning coastline and sparkling, turquoise waters. Put a fun and innovative spin on your standard boat cruise by setting sail on the Buccaneer Queen for a pirate-themed journey to Chileno Bay. Enjoy games, competitions, open bar, and lunch, along with snorkeling gear and paddleboards for the ultimate adventure.
What to Expect
The Mexican beach haven of Los Cabos is world-famous for its warm, shimmering waters and long, scenic coast. Travelers looking for a creative spin on standard boat cruises will enjoy this adventurous journey out on the crystal-clear open waters aboard a pirate ship from Cabo San Lucas to Chileno Bay.
Make your way to the marina and hop aboard the Buccaneer Queen, a vintage, pirate-themed boat made for sailing the high seas in style. Glide by famous scenery, such as the well-known Arch, for one-of-a-kind photos, as the crew keep you entertained with games and competitions.
You won’t be made to walk the plank, but you can take an underwater peek at colorful marine life with on-site snorkeling gear, or go paddleboarding for the ultimate day out on the water. Enjoy a savory lunch spread, with access to an open bar, as you make your way back to the marina.
Reviews (16)
1 - 5 of 13 reviews
Reviewed 4 weeks ago
Great Compromise Activity for Kids

Great fun for all of the kids - Pirates actually made my son do a shot of orange juice. The sword fights were a big hit for my boys - 11, 11, 12. Only disappointment was only being able to use the rope swing once....More

Date of experience: February 2019
Thank threeundertwo
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile
Fun, but a few things would make it better

A lot of other reviewers talk about the good times - I agree and won’t repeat those. It would be helpful though if the company provided the following advice when you book. Make sure you bring towels if you are going to snorkel. The day...More

2  Thank 298ryanp
Reviewed January 2, 2019
Fun for young kids, I suppose

We went on this snorkeling trip in December 2018. It was fine. The pirate schtick is probably great for younger kids (mine are a little older). The lunch was very good, snorkeling portion was fine (they take an advanced group out closer to the reef,...More

Date of experience: December 2018
Thank gsbchitown
Reviewed December 28, 2018
Amazing Crew!!

We came down in a group of 14 for my 65th birthday just before Christmas. Thanks to the amazing Concierges, Sandy and Fernanda at Villa del Arco, we settled on this activity for an afternoon of fun. The strangest thing happened and we were the...More

Date of experience: December 2018
1  Thank orchidlady1953
Reviewed September 8, 2018
Fun for kids & adults

Our grandkids love this trip. We've done it twice. Entertaining on the cruise & fun snorkeling. This is not snorkeling in clear Caribbean waters, but with enough fish food, there's plenty for beginners & kids to enjoy. Food is good & service is great. All...More

Date of experience: July 2018
Thank Rick C
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January 8, 2019|
Response from DaveN1454 |
What time does this cruise board and depart on weekdays??
January 1, 2019|
Response from orchidlady1953 | Reviewed this property |
We were docked by 4 pm. I wish I could tell you one way or the other. It's a quick cab ride over to Dock 0 by Breathless but it would depend how late you leave Cabo. I think I would be inclined to ask your cruise ship.