About Santa Bernarda Pirate Ship Cruises
Santa Bernarda Cruises offer a boat trip like no other. Join Leandro, José, Klaus, Simone and Captain Bernardo for an unforgettable day aboard the magnificent Santa Bernarda pirate ship. With a variety of boat trips to choose from there is something for everyone, but without question, all will enjoy a fantastic sailing experience on the open sea, with a great crew and picturesque sights!
Captain Bernardo welcomes you on to the ship and adds a little bit of humour to the safety talk to make sure everyone is paying attention. When eveything is ready the Santa Bernarda sets sail from Portimão harbour to voyage along the beautiful Algarve coastline and, depending on which trip is the agenda of the day, the anchor is dropped for guests to board the specialist cave boats to admire some of the largest and deepest caves in the Algarve, or it may be a spot of swimming or even a BBQ on a private beach that can only be accessed by sea.
Programmes: There are several programmes to enjoy aboard the Santa Bernarda, including caves expeditions to Carvoeiro and Armação de Pêra, sailing and the caves of Carvoeiro and to Lagos, west Algarve, plus tours with BBQ and beach time!
Boarding: The Santa Bernarda pirate ship sets sail from Cais Vasco da Gama, on the Portimão river front near to the Naval Club (Clube Naval). See the website for a map and further information.
What to take: The Santa Bernarda has a bar on board serving soft drinks, alcoholic drinks and snacks and they sell souvenirs such as t-shirts and pirate hats so you might want to take some extra money with you. Don't forget your camera so you can take home some memories of your trip and take sun lotion and hats.
Booking: To book your trip on the Santa Bernarda pirate ship call (+351) 282 422 791 or (+351) 967 023 840, email or visit the website.
Santa Bernarda Pirate Ship Cruises
Rua Júdice Fialho, 4
Tel: (+351) 282 422 791
Fax: (+351) 282 422 791
Listing reference: AU891
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