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Captain Jacks Pirate Ship Adventures Virginia Beach

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Captain Jacks Pirate Ship Adventures
Inlet Station Marina
308 Mediterranean Ave
Virginia Beach
VA
23451
Tel: 757-305-9700

Directions

The cruises depart from Inlet Station Marina at 308 Mediterranean Ave in Virginia Beach.

They offer free parking and have a free round trip shuttle to the ship from the Oceanfront lot next to the Schooner Inn which is one Atlantic and 2nd.

Where are we going today?

Arrr me swashbuckling buccaneers, are you ready to explore the seven seas of Virginia Beach!?

Captain Jack's Pirate Ship Adventures takes the whole pirate family out for sea shanties, games and shows all whilst searching for that treasure!

Who has the treasure, we hear you ask? Why, just that fierce Blackbeard! Be careful, when you find him you will have to fight him and all his evil men! Never fear though, because Captain Jack has made sure his ship is fully equipped for the battle! Those water cannons will save you!

If you help Captain Jack complete his mission, he'll share his treasure with you! (He must be the most honest Captain in all of the seven seas!)

Older pirates, the night is just as fun for you (yo ho ho and a bottle of rum!) so gang up and get on board for that nautical fun!

Shiver Me Timbers - a family fun cruise! Captain Jack's Pirate Ship Adventures really are for the whole family! All hands on deck for the treasure, all the while learning pirate songs, and give the limbo a go!

Make sure you keep a keen eye out - you might spot a dolphin or two! Seafaring snacks are also available, and make sure you bring your camera, you won't want to miss a minute!

Celebrating a birthday? We bet you will probably be the only pirate in your class who will have celebrated your big day surrounded by pirates on the great open ocean! There are a number of packages to choose from, and the birthday boy or girl get their own hat, eye patch and sword! Arrr that be the pirate in you!

So climb aboard Captain Jack's Pirate Ship Adventures and go get that treasure! 

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How much does it cost?

  • AdultsFamily Fun Cruise $26. Fireworks Cruise $20
  • ChildrenAges 3 - 15: Family Fun Cruise $22. Fireworks Cruise $16.
  • Free Under: 2
LAST UPDATED 2014

When can we go?

Departures vary on cruises and time of year so check when you book.

May to September.

I'm Hungry!

Arrr there be a snack bar on the cruise ship so you won't go hungry! The Family Fun Cruise has hot dogs, popcorn and other delicious snacks. .

Any Top Tips?

Make sure you book ahead! .

What people are saying?

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    We took our 2 year old on the tour and he absolutely loved it! ! It's a little pricy but well worth the cost as it'll keep your child enthralled for 90+minutes.

    The cast (crew) are incredible with the kids and even managed to make a 2yr old sit still for the (brief) educational portion. All in all our child loved it and I as an adult was constantly entertained as well. We will be back next year!

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    It's not just a boat ride! We were blown away by the theatrical show put on by the pirates in character aboard the ship. The kids and adults were both entertained with music, games, and face painting and we even saw dolphins! This was the most fun we've had on Rudee Inlet. Can't wait to get back next year to battle Blackbeard's ghost and reclaim our treasure!

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    took my neice and had a blast! she was 12 this past summer and thats the age of "i dont want to participate" but the pirates got her involved and she had a blast... she even asked if we could come back next year

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    This is a very family friendly adventure. The staff are personable, outgoing, and extremely good with the kids. I recommend this for adults and kids alike.

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    The crew kept our daughter entertained, but the best part for me was the dolphins. Tons of dolphins and the captain slowed the boat down and stopped the show so the kids could see the dolphins.

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