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Pirates Voyage Dinner & Show celebrates 5th year anniversary

(Source: Pirates Voyage Dinner & Show) (Source: Pirates Voyage Dinner & Show)
(Source: Pirates Voyage Dinner & Show) (Source: Pirates Voyage Dinner & Show)
(Source: Pirates Voyage Dinner & Show) (Source: Pirates Voyage Dinner & Show)

MYRTLE BEACH, SC (WMBF) – Pirates Voyage Dinner & Show has given guests the opportunity to join Captain Blackbeard and his swashbuckling crews for daring acrobatic competitions, spectacular aerial feats and a bountiful pirate’s feast since 2011, according to Pirates Voyage media release.

This dinner and show offers a Pirates Village pre-show where all mateys participate in various activities. In the main show, visitors join the sapphire and crimson teams on a spirited search for Davy Jones’ treasure.

Pirates Voyage media release also states that the show presents magical mermaids, astonishing aerialists and sly scallywags, join the adventure on land, on deck, in the water and high above full-sized pirate ships in a 15-foot deep indoor hideaway lagoon. Daring dock diving dogs, salty sea lions and tropical birds also join in the quest to find Jones’ treasure.

Guests are served a four-course pirate feast. The meal begins with voyager creamy vegetable soup and buccaneer bread. Next, guests receive “half o’ roasted cackler” (chicken), pulled barbeque pork, cob o’ buttery corn, and pirate herb-basted potato. Apple o’ me eye pie and unlimited Pepsi products, tea or coffee complete the meal. Vegetarian and gluten-free meals are also available by request.

For more information regarding show times and reservations, call 1.800.433.4401 or click here.

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