Destination: St. Lucia
This replica of a 19th-century tall ship is instantly recognizable to children and adults alike—it was featured in the Pirates of the Caribbean trilogy (sailing as the Black Pearl, it’s skippered by Johnny Depp’s pirate captain). A little-known fact is that the Unicorn Brig docks in Rodney Bay and offers both sunset cruises and day trips several times a week. Families can also sign up for a pirate adventure (kids get dressed up as pirates) that includes an all-day cruise with stops at the Toraille waterfalls, the drive-in volcano and Marigot Bay. A treasure hunt and firing of the cannon are on the program, too. The cruise leaves at 8:30 A.M. and returns at 4:30 P.M. every day; lunch is served on board.
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