Jun 072015

Bluefoot Pirate Family Adventures

We kicked off summer vacation with Bluefoot Pirate Adventures, and it was the perfect way to start the summer. Bluefoot Pirate Adventures can be found on Fort Lauderdale Beach, at the Bahia Mar marina (right across from the basketball courts), so make sure to bring your swim clothes for a swim in the ocean after your adventure.

Bluefoot Pirate Adventure fort Lauderdale

Bluefoot Pirate Adventure advises that you show up at least 30 minutes prior to your reservation time, and you will not regret doing so. The kids can get tattoos, mustaches, and they get dressed up in pirate gear, while Captain Jack Black entertains with songs and stories.

Bluefoot Pirate Adventure Fort Lauderdale

The pirate crew stayed in character from the minute we arrived at the marina until we stepped off the boat and said our goodbyes. Even safety announcement were done in pirate fashion, and it was impressive how the crew was able to mix safety with fun and keeping everyone’s attention.

Bluefoot Pirate Adventure Fort Lauderdale FL

The small pirates were in the front of the ship, where they learned pirate knowledge and the crew engaged them throughout the trip.


Bluefoot Pirate Adventure

Parents with little ones could sit either in the middle of the ship or in the front, where we could keep a close eye on the kids while listening to Captain Black Sparrow give a very entertaining tour of the Fort Lauderdale Intracoastal Waterway, and he could even tell us who owned many of the extravagant mansions and yachts on our way.


South Florida Pirate Adventure

The highlight of the pirate adventure was when a pirate stole the golden key, and the young pirates had to defeat him with water canons…while avoiding being hit by water themselves. The pirate managed to splash a few nearby boats as well.

South Florida Pirate Adventure


After the pirate adventure the kids received pirate treasure bags. Our 12-year-old son did not participate in the games, but he still enjoyed the cruise despite being too cool for pirate adventures. Sawyer 9 and Emory 5 truly enjoyed the ride, and while Sawyer might have felt a bit too old at first, he got into the adventure once the pirate showed up on the water.


South Florida Pirate Adventure

Babies and toddlers 2 and under are only $5, and I anticipated sitting with Bellamy Blue in my lap the entire time, because she is in a phase where everything scares her. Surprisingly, she quickly overcame her fear and the fearsome pirates must have been the good kind, because she enjoyed the entire pirate adventure.

We were lucky to go sailing on a cloudy day, but we still wore plenty of sunscreen and hats. After our trip with Bluefoot Pirate Adventures, the Frugality Is Free family is in agreement with the 784+ reviewers from Trip Advisor, because Bluefoot Pirate Adventure get 5 out of 5 stars. It was a great experience for everyone in our family, and the Bluefoot crew were professional from beginning to end.




About Bluefoot Pirate Adventure



801 Seabreeze Blvd
Fort Lauderdale, FL 33316


Weekdays: 9am, 11am, 1pm, 3pm, 5pm

Weekends: 9am, 11am, 1pm, 3pm, 5pm


See the Bluefoot Pirate Adventure website for the latest update on sail times and ticket prices.


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Get Your Bluefoot Pirate Adventure discount

You can get a B1G1 50 percent off Bluefoot Pirate Adventure discount here when you sail on Tuesdays and Thursdays,

or get $50 off a birthday party. These coupons are exclusive US Family Guide offers, and they’re only available for a limited time so book your adventure now.

$50 Off a Booked Birthday Party with Bluefoot Pirate Adventures Florida!






Disclaimer: The Frugality Is Free family received free tickets for our participation in the US Family program. No monetary payment was received, and any opinions expressed above were based solely on our experience with Bluefoot Pirate Adventures in Fort Lauderdale.

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