North Carolinians Can Sail On A Pirate Ship Through Waters Once Used By Real Pirates This Summer

If you’ve always dreamed of taking a water tour on the Crystal Coast of North Carolina – and you have kids – then we suggest a themed pirate tour. What could be more fun for the entire family than a pirate ship cruise that departs from Beaufort and sails by the spot where Blackbeard’s flagship Queen Anne’s Revenge ran aground in May of 1718? Here’s what you need to know to add this fun, family adventure in North Carolina to your summer agenda this year:

Here’s what you need to know for the summer of 2020: Normal capacity of the pirate ship has been significantly reduced in efforts to allow more space between family units. For most passengers over the age of 11 (there are a few exceptions), face coverings are required to board the ship and must be worn during the cruise. With a reduced capacity, it’s best to make your reservation well in advance to assure you have a spot during your planned visit to Beaufort. You can book your tour and learn more from the official website of the Beaufort Pirates Revenge.

For another fun-filled family adventure on the water, check out this shelling and horse safari cruise in North Carolina!

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