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Worth a look if you’re close by, as it’s a full size replica and impressive for the kids. We had a takeaway from McDonalds opposite and enjoyed eating in front of the ship and making up pirate stories. It wasn’t open on a Sunday we...More
This pirate ship was built for the movies and sits in Genoa harbour as a tourist attraction. We didn't go on board but viewed it from the shore. It looks very impressive and is a great photo op. From what I've since read, it was...More
This ship is not in 100% condition but it is very nice when you want to show to your child how it was in ages of pirates. It will be very exciting experience for your child. Children can engage their imagination and dream about adventures....More
this ship is a great photo op but not worth 6 euro entry fee. The Neptune is a ship replica of a 17th-century Spanish galleon. The ship was built in 1985 for Roman Polanski's film Pirates, where she portrayed the Spanish ship of the same...More
An impressive looking ship used in the film Pirates. It was specifically built for this purpose. Sadly it needs a lot of work to repair it. It is 6 euro to visit. Maybe expensive for what you see but if you keep in mind it’s...More
After walking down the harbour we stumbled across this rather impressive looking wooden Galleon. The Neptune.
From the outside the sheer size of the ship is amazing and we did think that this was some sort of reference to one of Christopher Columbus' ships.
Don't waste your time! Not worth it - even if it were free. Looks good from the harbor but that where it ends. The ship is in deplorable and run down condition. Watch your step, you might fall through the deck. Rotten wood, plywood patches...More