Delaware April 25, 2019
You’ll Remember This Delaware Pirate Ship Adventure For Years To Come
The first town in the first state is one of the best places you can travel with your family this year. If you need some convincing that there’s always something to do, read about this incredible pirate cruise in Delaware to see what the hype is all about.
Lewes, Delaware has always been a seafaring town, but did you know you can step back in time for a pirate ship adventure?
Climb aboard with Lewes Pirate Expeditions for a swashbuckling good time.
You'll board a decked-out pirate ship for a 70 minute tour. Arrive half an hour prior to departure to check in and get your face painted. Every kid in attendance will receive an eye patch and pirate sword to dress the part.
Kids of all ages will have fun sailing on the open sea and reading treasure maps as part of an authentic pirate excursion.
There's music, dancing, and plenty of family fun for all of the wannabe buccaneers. Ships leave at 9:30 a.m., 11:30 a.m., and 1:30 p.m. daily.
The most exciting part of the pirate cruise is the battle at sea! Man the cannons and take aim at a pirate coming to steal your booty.
For a more relaxing adventure, join the Pirates of Lewes for a sunset cruise, departing at 5:30. This BYOB cruise is the perfect way to unwind after a long day.
Purchase tickets and make reservations
right here. For more fun in the First Town, read The Oldest Town In Delaware That Everyone Should Visit At Least Once.