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I'm happy we did this.
We probably wouldn't have done this if we had encountered it by ourselves. It's expensive and we were expecting that it would be over an hour - I think we were only on the water for about 3/4 of an...More
This is a very entertaining trip for the young kids. Our son is five and he was a little unsure of it at first, but in a short while he was really into it. The crew was very entertaining in a silly way and knew...More
Just completed the Pirates of Lewes Expeditions trip with our 3.5 yr old grandson. He loved it! It appeared as though the older children loved it even more.
The attack by the bad Pirate was fun to watch & certainly fun for the children as...More
Pirates of Lewes offers the best adventure for children. The children are dressed as pirates and receive a sword, tattoo and face painting. Then off to the pirate ship, they review a map and look for the clues to find the treasure. The kids all...More
We took our grandkids (ages 3 and 5) on this pirates adventure and we ended up having as much fun as they did! The crew consisted of a friendly captain and his three bumbling mates. A nasty pirate tried to hold up the ship while...More
We went here while staying in ocean view Delaware. The children had an excellent time. The adults sit in the back and the captain is very informative of the area. The kids use a map and look for things along the way to the treasure...More
Need signs from main roadway into marina. The captain is a bit brasen with adults. Small shanty holds costumes for kids. The kids are then directed outside for poorly painted face jobs. Person sat at picnic table and took reservations from her cell phone. I...More
I took my grandsons on this "adventure" and they had a great time. Prior to boarding, the children are dressed in pirate gear, and given a plastic "sword", a bandana and other "pirate" garb. They are then gathered on shore, and swear a "pirate oath",...More