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Red Pirates

Hi, I want to try the Island Tour/Snorkelling with the Red Pirates but not sure how to contact them. Do they have a website that lists their services? Thanks.

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hi,

not sure about their website and contact number, but just walk the beach path towards station 3 and you'll see them.

Ask them when they'll have tribal drums session coz it's a nice and different experience in Bora.

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Try http://www.boracayinfo.net?page=search&target=pirate

Click on the location info to see what is nearby and where it is located relative to boat station 3, etc.

Also, the following was taken from the Nightlife section of Sirenna's Boracay Travel Guide at boracayinfo.net:

Red Pirates Pub by sirenna

Red Pirates is a chilled out little beach bar, with a native theme. There's a funky little beach garden with chairs and tables made from driftwood and lit by torches and candles. Drinks are reasonably priced, and it a good place to meet other travellers and chat. The music ranges from reggae to chill-out to tribal, ethnic & acoustic sounds. several night of the week you can enjoy a live jamming session with bongo drums, rain sticks and various other native instruments. The owner, Captain Joey, has a sailing boat and offers sunset cruises, adventure tours and snokeling trips around the island. It's also a great place to relax during the day - the garden is festooned with with driftwood and bouganvillia flowers and the beach outside is quiet and peaceful. If you want to get away from the crowds and not be hassled by vendors, this is the perfect spot. Swing in a hammock or lounge on one of the beach beds and just chill out. If you are backpacking or travelling, it is worthwhile stopping by to chat with the friendly gang at Red Pirates - they can point you in the direction of the best budget accomodation in the area, and they are very helpful.

Bare feet, sarong and guitar!

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Captain Joey can be reached on 036 288 5767. We booked a beach BBQ with our sailing trip around the island and had a fantastic time.

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Red Pirates is a great place and Joey is life of the party.

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I found some information about the sailing trips here

http://www.red-pirates.blogspot.com/

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getting curious on the red pirates, what kind of boat do they use for these trips?

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Check the link above for more information.

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We were a group of 10 when we asked capt joey to arrange a sailing package for us. The package was inclusive of lunch on the other side of the island, sailing for 4 hours, and over flowing beers and drinks. The food was fantastic, it was sort of like a buffet style, even though were 10 there were a lot of left overs. It had chicken, (inasal style) squid, liempo with their spicy sauce, this huge fish, veggies, pineapple and bananas for dessert. i will do it again if i ever get the chance to go back in boracay. red pirates is the way!

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by the way, my avatar is the red pirates sail boat

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Is that Puka Beach, Blindlemon?