A swashbuckling adventure awaits at Pirates Voyage Dinner & Show in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, as the 10th season begins Feb. 7 with treasures fit for mermaids and pirates alike. “The Most Fun Place to Eat in Myrtle Beach” has entertained visitors since June 2011 and continues to be a favorite destination for Myrtle Beach visitors looking for a combination of family fun, great food and memories that will last a lifetime.
Buccaneers of all ages love to join Captain Blackbeard and his swashbuckling crew for thrilling acrobatic competitions, spectacular aerial feats and a bountiful pirate’s feast. The daring adventure features sword fights, blazing cannons, mystical mermaids and pirates scaling high above two full-sized pirate ships fighting to win Davy Jones’ coveted sunken treasure. A cavalier crew combines heroics and high-flying fun that will have guests cheering and experiencing thrills around every corner. The show is an epic battle for lost treasure on land, on deck, and in the water of the show’s 15-foot-deep indoor lagoon. Daring dock diving dogs, salty sea lions and tropical birds also join in the quest to find Davy Jones’ treasure.
“Pirates Voyage takes our visitors on an adventure they’ll certainly remember long after they leave,” said Paul Brown, General Manager of Pirates Voyage. “We feel privileged that so many people over the past decade have chosen our dinner attraction as a favorite place to create great memories while visiting Myrtle Beach. We hope everyone helps us celebrate our 10th Anniversary in the true Pirate Spirit.”
The adventure actually starts in the Pirates Village, where the crew welcomes guests with a fun interactive experience, including a pirate sing-a-long. Young – and not-so-young – swashbucklers can “Join The Crew” and be transformed into mermaids and pirates before the main show begins.
As any pirate knows, searching for treasure can work up quite an appetite! So when visitors enter the arena for this swashbuckling spectacular, guests are served a hearty and delicious four-course feast straight from Captain Blackbeard’s galley. The meal begins with voyager creamy vegetable soup and buccaneer bread. The feast fit for a pirate continues with a “half o’ roasted cackler” (chicken), pulled barbeque pork, cob o’ buttery corn, and a pirate herb-basted potato. Apple o ’me eye pie and *unlimited Coca-Cola® products, tea or coffee complete the meal. Vegetarian and gluten-free meals are available by request.
Pirates Voyage takes guests on a fantastic adventure with beautiful mermaids gracefully performing before diving back into Buccaneer Bay and a cavalier crew of characters combining adventure, acrobatics, animals and all things pirate at “The Most Fun Place to Eat in Myrtle Beach.”