From Our Editors
Though built in 1994, the Schooner Jolly II Rover harkens back to the time of pirates and swashbucklers. The iconic 80' vessel is among the most beloved sights along the Key West coast, and for good reason. It's majestic mast and square rigging make the Jolly II a truly unique craft, whether roving the waves or sitting quietly at the dock.
Open to the public, the ship's crew invites landlubbers and sailing enthusiasts alike to walk her boards. Daytime cruises let guests man the rudder, hoist the sails, and even fire the cannons. For a more relaxed adventure, sunset sails offer up unparalleled views of the area's historic sites and natural wonders.