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Author: Disney Diva

Are you looking for some fun time for both you AND for you’re your child…. APART? Look no further than the Walt Disney World Pirates Cruise!

Pirates cruises which leave from different ports as shown below, can be taken by children ages 4-12. All participants must be potty trained. Children on-board will be outfitted with a red/white striped pirate Mickey hat and board their pirate ship pontoon boat.

A “pirate” crew of at least two CPR certified cast members supervises your children as they dash from port to port seeking new treasure awaits. At the final stop, they can share treasure while enjoying lunch. If your child has a peanut allergy you might want to bring your own sandwiches or if its severe you might want to reconsider the cruise or at least speak with your reservationist.

Adults do not ride the boat with the children, which gives you 2-hours for time on your own time. You’re so close to Magic Kingdom it would be wonderful to grab breakfast at lovely Main Street Bakery.

There are four options for Cruises. All begin at 9:30am and last for two hours. You’ll need to arrive at the marina by 9:15am. The cost is $31.95 per child, a credit card is required at the time of booking, and parents must sign a waver upon arrival.

Albatross Treasure Cruise – Leaving from Yacht and Beach Club Dock on Monday, Wednesday and Friday.

Disney’s Pirate Adventure – Leaving from Grand Floridian Dock on Mondays, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday.

Island of the Caribbean Pirate Cruise – Leaving from Caribbean Beach Resort Dock on Sunday, Tuesday, Friday.

Bayou Pirate Cruise – Leaving from Port Orleans Riverside Dock on Sunday, Tuesday and Thursday.

You can book reservations 180 days in advance by calling 407-WDW-PLAY. There is a cancellation policy in place where you must cancel in 24 hours in advance and no show/ not canceled 24 hours in advance, is full charge.

Its sure to be a delight for everyone! How fun! ARGH!!!!!!

Kristin is the founder and co-director of Tips from the Disney Diva & Devos. She started writing the blog when she realized there were many people going to Disney World and having a miserable time, and it was all from a lack of planning. She knew that she could help and has assembled the finest writing team she can find !