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Pirate Sighting on Mexico's Pacific Coast
email this pageprint this pageemail usMichael McPherson - piratesofthebaypv.com
March 15, 2010



For more information or to make your reservations, call (322) 223-0309 or visit PiratesOfTheBayPV.com.
On Saturday, February 27th in Puerto Vallarta the new pirate ship, the Black Pearl, made its grand entrance into the marine terminal in Puerto Vallarta, Jalisco. The Pirates of the Bay company was proud to invite over 700 guests and delight them with a spectacular dinner party whose centerpiece was the lovely silhouette of the Black Pearl, a modern vessel whose wooden covering and pirate decoration make one feel as if they are part of Captain Morgan's crew.

The distinguished guest list included important businessmen, hotel executives, travel agencies and many members of Vallarta's movers and shakers who enjoyed the new show "The Crystal Skull" which will be performed nightly on BOTH of the pirate ships that Pirates of the Bay now owns and operates on the peaceful waters of Banderas Bay.

"With this new, modern ship called the Black Pearl we can now offer in conjunction with the Marigalante a unique pirate show to over 1,100 passengers per day," said Sergio Coronel, the general manager of Pirates of the Bay. "It was designed from the very beginning to ensure the maximum comfort and functionality of up to 350 passengers at a time, due to its industrial sized, stainless-steel kitchen which would be at home in any of the area's first class hotels, a huge dining room with pirate decorations throughout, equipment for water sports such as banana boats, snorkeling equipment, eight ocean kayaks, ten boogie boards, a sophisticated audio/video system and even spacious bathrooms made with marble and teak finishings."

For over 11 years the Marigalante (the company's first ship, which is an authentic replica of the Santa Maria which sailed with Colombus over 500 years ago) has sailed around the world two and a half times and received over 600,000 passengers onboard from dozens of countries around the globe. It offers two tours a day that have quickly become a symbol of the city of Puerto Vallarta. The tours end literally with a bang each evening, that is to say with an incredible fireworks display in front of the boardwalk (Malecón).

The arrival of the Black Pearl means that real pirate battles will take place each night in the waters of Banderas Bay to the delight of passengers on board and tourists around the region who will watch in awe as the two ships go at each other. For families who want to have a great time on the beach after enjoying a fun pirate show, or for young adults who wish to enjoy an evening of music and dancing pirate-style, either one of the two pirate ships now setting sail off Puerto Vallarta will be a must see!

"Pirates of the Bay", "Piratas de la Bahía", "Marigalante" and "The Black Pearl" are names of the ships property of Adargatis, SA de CV. For more information please contact Marketing and Special Projects Manager Michael McPherson at (322) 209-2144 or mmcpherson(at)piratesofthebaypv.com.
Avistamiento de Piratas en el Pacífico Mexicano
Michael McPherson - piratesofthebaypv.com

En este bello puerto la noche de sábado 27 de febrero se vistió al estilo pirata, con la gran fiesta de bienvenida para el nuevo barco pirata La Perla Negra. La empresa Pirates of the Bay hizo gala de una espectacular cena - show con sus ahora DOS embarcaciones estilo galeón como trasfondo. Más de 700 invitados entre los cuales se veían empresarios, ejecutivos hoteleros, agencias de viajes y miembros de la sociedad vallartense, disfrutaron de una muestra del nuevo show "La Calavera de Cristal" que se presentará a partir de marzo en ambos barcos cuando navegan los aguas de la hermosa Bahía de Banderas.

"Con este nuevo y moderno barco llamado La Perla Negra, podemos ofrecer un espectáculo único a más de 1,100 pasajeros diarios," comentó el Lic. Sergio Coronel el gerente general de Pirates of the Bay. "Está diseñado con el máximo confort y funcionalidad para los pasajeros a bordo, con capacidad para 350 personas cómodamente sentados, un comedor con decoración estilo pirata, cocina industrial de acero inoxidable que se podría encontrar en cualquiera de los hoteles de alto turismo de la zona, equipo para deportes acuáticos, sistema de audio y video sofisticado y baños de mármol y caoba."

Desde hace 11 años el Marigalante, nombre del primer barco y una réplica auténtica de la Santa María de hace 500 años, ha dado dos vueltas y media al mundo y ha recibido a más de 600,00 turistas de todos los países. Ofrece dos tours diarios que se han convertido en ícono y símbolo de Puerto Vallarta, culminando con una impresionante display de fuegos pirotécnicos cada noche. Con la llegada de la Perla Negra, se van a vivir emocionantes batallas navales a lo largo de la Bahía de Banderas.

Para las familias que quieren disfrutar de un día soleado en una playa del Pacífico Mexicano mientras buscan tesoro en altamar o para las parejas jóvenes que quieren disfrutar de una velada con música y bailes estilo pirata, cualquiera de los dos barcos pirata que ahora surcan los aguas afuera de Puerto Vallarta será una parada obligada.

"Pirates of the Bay", "Piratas de la Bahía", "Marigalante" y "La Perla Negra" son los nombres comerciales de la empresa Adargatis, SA de CV.

Para mayores informes: Lic. Michael McPherson Gerente de Marketing & Proyectos Especiales Tel. 322-209-2144 email: mmcpherson@piratesofthebaypv.com.




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