Sailor Bingo has a great nautical theme and a cheeky 3D mascot. With the power of Cozy Games behind it, just like Ghost Bingo and Mummies Bingo, you can expect a certain set of games and offers. Will Sailor Bingo prove to be ship-shape, or leave you out to sea?
The art here is pretty impressive, using a 3D generated sailor mascot, complete with tattoos and pipe. He’s kind of a hunky sailor, pictured with a ship and wooden boards for the site background. The site’s general presentation is very strong, but the theme could do with being applied more throughout the site.
Layout is good here with a standard login area at the top and a navigation bar. Finding your way around is easy and each page looks good, though there is an empty tournament page. Still, this is a nicely designed and accessible site.
Sailor Bingo has a floating button to help you find live chat support on any page. For more contact options, you need to check the bottom page links. Here you’ll find an email form, ticket system and 24.7 phone line. This is a really good set of options and covers everyone. The ticket system is good for non-urgent problems.
There’s also an FAQ section which is helpfully sorted by problem types.
Sailing over to the promotions page reveals a sub-set of standard Cozy Games promotions, which you may be familiar with. These are good offers and they include free bingo, cashback on slot games and special jackpot games. However, the site could do with a bit more, something unique or original. There’s also some missing info on the tabs here.
The welcome bonus can go up to 500% on a £500 deposit, so it’s all but unlimited! You have a standard four-times wagering requirement on this bonus, so don’t go straight for that huge amount.
You’ll find a cheap and cheerful bingo game at Sailor Bingo, though they do at least use their site background to add some colour. The game is easy to use, but a little basic. On the plus side, you have plenty of customisable options, including in chat, which has lingo buttons and filters.
The chat here is really busy and active even during the day, with hosts readily on hand. You should have no problems finding some chatty members to hang out with, or chat games to win a few bonus points.
You’ll find a mobile page on the top navigation bar at Sailor Bingo, which explains that you can access the site by mobile. They have no apps, but you can use your tablet or mobile browser to visit. This should work for most devices.
The mobile site retains the majority of the site’s games and it’s easy enough to navigate. On the downside, the bingo itself is quite basic and lacks a chat window.
Sailor Bingo is licensed and regulated by the UK Gambling Commission and by the Isle of Man Gambling Commission.
The game selection here is the same as you’ll see at many Cozy bingo sites. This is no bad thing, as it includes 90 ball, 80 ball, 75 ball, 50 ball and 30 ball! There are various prices here and also free bingo and jackpot games, both regular and special events. Overall a good set, just nothing very original or tied in to the theme.
The same goes for both slots and casino, but these are still good offerings of high quality games. They recommend playing the Big Ben slot, a good call if you like some British icons!
The deposit and withdrawal system here is nice and easy to use, built into the main site. You have a series of buttons to choose your amounts and relevant bonus. The site also tells you what you get with your deposit (such as free raffle tickets and cashback).
You have a choice of the usual credit and debit cards at Sailor Bingo, plus PaySafeCard, Neteller and Boku Mobile Payments. A good set, but more e-wallets are needed.
There isn’t much of a VIP programme at Sailor Bingo, in fact it doesn’t really get a mention on the main site. You can find out more in the FAQs.
This is the standard Cozy site scheme, four tiers which you rise through as you gain loyalty points. Higher tiers have access to bigger deposit bonuses. It’s nice to have some progression and reward, but it’s not exactly exclusive or exciting.
Sailor Bingo is a nice site with a solid design, both in terms of layout and art, but like many sites it’s really just a veneer over a very standard offering. Still, thanks to a busy community, it’s worth checking this site out for a laugh and a bit of bingo. You can set sail for a jackpot here!