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Attn: Pirate Kids

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Attn: Pirate Kids

Postby KarenS » Thu Jul 27, 2006 8:47 am

From a recent press release:

MONTEGO BAY, JAMAICA (July 26, 2006) It's this summer's runaway success: "Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest" has made away with hearts and imaginations everywhere, and Sunset Beach Resort & Spa knows just how you can have your own Jack Sparrow adventure. Patch and sword are optional, but bathing suits are a must! With slides and rides and twists and turns and a Caribbean Pirate's Paradise Water Park at Montego Bay's favorite all-inclusive resort it's a splashing good time for kids of all ages!

Two shooting waterslides a whopping 240 feet in length and 40 feet high and a Pirate Ship add to the excitement. The little one's section with its very own club house, swimming pool and slide keeps both tots and parents happy; add two rooftop Jacuzzis, Blackbeard's Lazy River, waterfalls, splashes and squirts and it's a vacation all can enjoy!

Looking for treasure? Sunset Beach has a deal that's golden: all pirates ages 12 and under stay free during the months of September, October and November!

Pirates older than 12 need not quiver in their boots there's plenty to do for the "older" set! The Pirate's Cove Teen Center is located right alongside the waterpark, with arcade games, pool tables and nonstop reggae music. Littler ones have their very own Club Mongoose, with a disco, stage for special events and fully supervised activities and entertainment. And it's all complimentary!
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Postby tbotzon » Sun Dec 03, 2006 9:59 pm

Do you need to stay at the hotel to use the water park?
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Postby KarenS » Mon Dec 04, 2006 7:31 am

I have e-mailed them your question and will post their reply asap!
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Postby KarenS » Mon Dec 04, 2006 6:25 pm

Their reply:
yes, can come to the park. All you need to do is purchase a day pass, the cost is US$60 per adult from 10am-6pm.

Let us know how it is!
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