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Its sides look like the planking of a ship, but its wheels are suggestive of a bus. On the open-sided deck space, a guide dressed in a felt tricornered hat, sailor's shirt, and red sash crows "Ahoy, matey!" to welcome up to 49 passengers onto the US Coast Guard-certified amphibious vessel. Then the wheeled ship is driven toward the water, where it hits the surface and glides forth with almost no break in rhythm. For the next 90 minutes, Miami Land & Sea Pirate Adventure's semiaquatic tour pirate ship vessel roams both land and sea as guests take in the city's many sights.
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