Pirate’s Dinner Adventure

April 3, 2013 — 1 Comment

The Pirate’s Dinner Adventure is set aboard an authentically replicated 18th-century Spanish galleon measuring 46 feet long, 18 feet wide with 40-foot masts. The ship is anchored in a 300,000-gallon indoor lagoon with night sky lighting. Surrounding the lagoon is a six-sided showroom of six additional ships where you are seated to observe the show!

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Voyagers on each of the six ships have their own fearless pirate mascot whom they cheer on as the adventure unfolds with a cast of a dozen actors, singers, and stunt performers engaging in a bounty of action-packed exploits, accompanied by cannon blasts, pyrotechnics, and plenty of laughs.

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In addition, more than 150 guests have the chance to play an actual role in each dinner show as the evil Captain Sebastian the Black leads his crews of renegades on a swashbuckling adventure before your very eyes!

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Even Captain Sebastian’s hostages will marvel at the tantalizing feast to come. You will have plenty to choose from in this Port of Call Feast, allowing you to better customize your dining experience. Our Vegetarian Lasagna and VIP (Very Important Pirate) Kids meals are available upon request.

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Watch a video here.

WHAT: Pirate’s Dinner Adventure
WHEN: Check schedule here 
WHERE:
 7600 Beach Boulevard | Buena Park, CA 90620

DETAILS:

  • Tickets: Adult $60.15 | Child (3 – 11) $41.15  

CONTACT INFO: (866) 439-2469

SOCIAL MEDIA: Facebook | Twitter | Yelp

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