About Pirates Voyage - Dinner & Show
Pirates Voyage Dinner & Show- The Most Fun Place to Eat!™
Ahoy Matey! Pirates Voyage has docked in the paradise of Myrtle Beach, South Carolina to bring to life the spirit of pirates who once sailed the Carolina coast!
Ye will join Captain Blackbeard and his Quartermaster Calico Jack as they lead the Crimson and Sapphire crews in battle for lost treasure on land, on deck, in water and high above full-sized pirate ships in a 15 foot deep indoor hideaway lagoon.
Beware matey! Pirates Voyage just might take ye breath away with all-new aerial and acrobatic acts, sea lions, tropical birds, beautiful mermaids and much more as ye enjoy a four-course feast fit fer a captain! Which crew will take the treasure may be up to you as ye cheer them on to victory.
Chart your course for Pirates Voyage, and plan to arrive early and begin the swashbuckling excitement in the interactive Pirates Village where ye will learn to talk, sing, act and look like a real pirate!
Four-Course Feast Menu
• Voyager Creamy Vegetable Soup
• Buccaneer Bread
• Half O’ Roasted Cackler (chicken)
• Captain’s BBQ Pork
• Cob O’ Buttery Corn
• Pirate Herb-basted Potato
• Apple O’ Me Eye Pie
• Unlimited Pepsi, tea or coffee
Pirates Voyage Matey Tips
• Ahoy mates! Arrive early so ye can enjoy the fun and interactive experience in Pirates Village.
• If ye wish for your little lad or lassie (year 3 or younger) to receive their own seat or pirate feast, a regular children’s admission will apply.
• Ye one-price ticket includes admission to Pirates Village, fabulous four-course feast, and pirates hideaway breathtaking dinner show spectacular.
• Also mate, if ye not eat meat, we offer great vegetarian meals. Just make the request at time of reservation.
• Our facilities are fully accessible for mates with special needs. For our hearing impaired mates, we have wireless headsets available in Pirates Village.
• Please advise us if members of your crew have wheelchair, hearing assistance or other special needs and we’ll be glad to accommodate you.
• Beware, Matey! If you have allergies, asthma, or any other health condition, please take the necessary precautions.
• Mate, for the safety of our live animals and pirates, we request that no video recording or photography be taken inside the facility.
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Pirates Voyage - Dinner & Show Review
Ready to set sail with Pirates Voyage
? Myrtle Beach’s newest show features fun, feast and adventure as two pirate crews battle it out for the rights to Davy Jones’ lost treasure. The show bills itself as “The Most Breathtaking Dinner Show Ever” and after seeing the show, I have to agree!
Pirates Voyage is an immersive experience from the start as pre-show festivities begin at the interactive Pirate’s Village at about an hour before show time. Be sure to get there early, grab some popcorn and a tasty rum (or non-alcoholic) drink and learn to talk like a pirate, enjoy sing-a-longs, juggling and even some sea lion showmanship, along with other strolling entertainers. During the pre-entertainment, kids can join the pirate crew by getting outfitted with pirate make-up and costume (for an additional cost) as well as hunt for buried treasure. It’s great fun for the kids and they even get to take part in lessons on how to be a proper pirate, complete with sword play.
Just as I was getting my “Aarrgggh’s” and “Ahoy’s” perfected, it was time for the show to start. Once inside the main arena, I was impressed by the epic staging. Known as Buccaneer Bay, guests are seated around two pirate ships in a 15-foot-deep, 750,000-gallon lagoon. Attendees are divided into pirate crews – Crimson or Sapphire – and are urged to cheer their crews on as they battle for treasure on the high seas with about 30 actors tumbling, swimming, singing, dancing and sword fighting their way to victory. Pirates Voyage Myrtle Beach begins with the introduction of the Captains for both pirate crews, with Captain Red Scarlet leading the Crimson Crew and Captain Indigo Blue in charge of the Sapphire crew. Creamy vegetable soup and cheddar biscuits are served promptly after pirate crew introductions and the fight for treasure is on. I was amazed at the acrobatics displayed with pirates leaping from diving boards, tumbling across the decks, and jumping from ship to ship with ease. All of this happens while you’re dining on your Pirate Feast. Succulent chicken, savory barbeque ribs, mashed potatoes and corn on the cobb are piled high on your plate. No matey goes hungry at Pirates Voyage as dessert, an apple pie turnover, rounds out the feast. The show features comedy too, as First Mate Snipe’s shenanigans routinely keep him just out of trouble’s reach. Other highlights include an aerial dance mermaid segment, set to an original Dolly Parton score, raising the drama to new heights with acrobatic dives and a dramatic lagoon fire scene. One of my favorite portions of the show featured talented sea lions who want to be pirates. They dance and do creative tricks all before a storm brews inside Buccaneer Bay. That’s when the real fight to the death begins, as the ghost of Davy Jones rises from the lagoon and declares a Pirate Competition, the winner taking the prize of Davy Jones’ lost treasure. From pirate crew diving competitions to a rope swing relay race to Labrador and sea lion swim-offs, the competition is a fast-paced, action-packed segment.
No pirate competition would be complete without some audience participation, though. Bilge Bucket Brigade was the most entertaining segment as participants had to quickly fill a barrel of water using buckets with holes in them. Watching that scramble brought barrels of laughs for all. A final Pirate Relay Race rounds out the festivities before cheating claims mars the competition and a sword fight to settle the score takes place. The incredible energetic showmanship and skills of the pirates mesmerized me, but soon enough the ghost of Davy Jones appears, all pirates are declared winners and the lost treasure rises from the lagoon, and both pirate crews join in a rousing performance of “Treasure of Gold” to close the show.