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Of all the scuba dive charters I have been on I have never had any captain tell me do not touch or use the life lines or touch the stanchions they may break off due to rust and disrepair.All I can suggest is if you...More
Just one of the attractions of this vessel. (We were instructed that if we used the continually breaking head, our shipmates would hate the smell. So our co-ed group of teenagers were told to use the ocean for ALL bathroom uses). I jumped ship after...More
I spent five days aboard the Pirates Lady with a group of Boy Scouts on a dive trip in late June, 2014. This is a moderate-size steel-hulled schooner, built around 1982 and undergoing continuing restoration by the owner and captain, Justin Smith. Captain Justin operates...More
Went on a sunset sail aboard the Schooners Pirate Lady last week. This is a moderately sized sail boat with an excellent captain & crew who are very knowledgeable about the keys water & the history of their boat; We enjoyed a beautiful tropical sunset...More