PG-13 | | Adventure, Comedy
A Chicagoan inherits an old yacht. He, his wife, daughter and son fly to a Caribbean island and hire a dubious Captain Ron to sail them on an adventure to Miami.
The "Wanderer" is actually a Formosa 51 Ketch. Three separate boats were reported to have been used in filming the movie.
All right! They're pirates of the Caribbean, just like you said Captain Ron.
Captain Ron: Yeah, squirt. Pirates are easy to deal with. It's the Cuban cops that you gotta worry about. Grand theft auto is a major biggie here in Cuba.
Martin Harvey: Grand theft auto? You stole ...
The lifeboat for The Wanderer appears and disappears throughout the entire movie. In the first scenes it is on the cabin roof to the left of the steering wheel where, in fact it is sitting in the cradle that was designed to hold the life boat, soon after it's on the deck sideways, then the boat is nowhere to be seen at all, then it is back again and so on for the entire movie.
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