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Captain Jack’s Pirate Ship

308 Mediterranean Ave Virginia Beach, VA 23451
(757) 305-9700

Region: Oceanfront (Marina District)

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Blackbeard's Ghost has stolen the Lost Pearl's treasure and we must train the little scallywags on board to become pirates in order to get it back. There are skits, face painting, song and dance and games to practice pirating skills before taking the oath to become an official pirate. Our newly trained pirates are now ready to battle Blackbeard's Ghost with water cannons and retrieve the stolen treasure. All of this while traveling (1 hour and 15 minutes) in the open seas along the Virginia Beach Oceanfront as long as weather permits. If not, we be sailing in the Rudee Inlet. There is a snack bar on board for snacks (popcorn, pizza, hot dogs, ice cream) and drinks (water, sodas, juice) as well as adult beverages. Fun for the whole family!

We’ll keep an eye out for dolphins too, because they love pirates and often swim alongside us on our travels. This is a must do in Virginia Beach!

One of the MOST talked about attractions at the beach!!

5 of 5 Stars
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Another great birthday on the Lost Pearl for Diego. Lots of fun, friends, and family. Want to celebrate your birthday, contact us (ask for our party expert, Jodie) about private parties or partying during a regular cruise. www.virginiabeachpirateship.com ... See MoreSee Less

Another great birthday on the Lost Pearl for Diego. Lots of fun, friends, and family. Want to celebrate your birthday, contact us (ask for our party expert, Jodie) about private parties or partying during a regular cruise. www.virginiabeachpirateship.com

Nobody ever lets Amazing Grace keep the baby. This little cutie is now the newest mate on the Lost Pearl. ☠️ ... See MoreSee Less

Nobody ever lets Amazing Grace keep the baby. This little cutie is now the newest mate on the Lost Pearl. ☠️

Sunday July 14th, 2019

Had a fun day today! Thanks, me hearties! ... See MoreSee Less

Had a fun day today! Thanks, me hearties!

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Thanks for sailing with us! Sorry about the heat! 😁 -Amazing Grace

Saturday July 13th, 2019

I wanted to say Thank You to all of you. You guys are amazing. I am not sure who had more fun, baby boy, or "Birthday Mom Amanda"? Cheers Mateys! ... See MoreSee Less

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Amanda Houston Newcomb.......Cheers!

We are so glad everyone had a great time. Thank you for celebrating with us! 🎉🎂🎈☠️

Thursday July 11th, 2019

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Thursday July 11th, 2019

Capt. Jack's Pirate Ship Adventures

ROLL CALL

Everyone say hello to Amazing Grace!!

Katherine Grace O’Sullivan, a.k.a. Amazing Grace, wasn’t always a pirate. As a young girl, she was sailing from Ireland to America, with her family, when the ship was blown off course during a storm and ended up in the Caribbean near the island of Tortuga. The ship was soon set upon by the dread pirate ship “The Lost Pearl” and her scurvy captain and crew.

Young Katherine was taken under the wing of Anne Bonney, who served on The Lost Pearl before joining up with “Calico” Jack Rackham and Mary Read. Under Anne’s tutelage, Katherine soon became an important part of the crew. She served as the ship’s mascot and cabin girl. During battle she worked as a powder monkey, a dangerous job, bringing powder to the pirates who were in charge of the cannons. She also spent time as the cook’s assistant, as well as assistant to the quartermaster. She became proficient in all aspects of a pirate’s life. After many years aboard The Lost Pearl she eventually changed her name to Amazing Grace.

Although she has been a pirate for most of her life, Grace has a special place in her heart for the young scallywags who board The Lost Pearl. She loves to tell them stories of famous pirates and teach them pirate lore. If asked she will give a quick sword fighting lesson or teach the youngsters the “secret” pirate handshake. She especially enjoys recounting the story of how Blackbeard was defeated by Lieutenant Maynard in battle off Ocracoke Island, NC. Don’t get in her way, though, when Blackbeard’s ghost is spotted onshore; she’ll be running for the cannon to shoot the scurvy, barnacled ghost for stealing The Lost Pearl’s treasure!
Aye, and don’t be asking why she’s called Amazing Grace. Only her husband knows that for sure!
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ROLL CALL  Everyone say hello to Amazing Grace!!  Katherine Grace O’Sullivan, a.k.a. Amazing Grace, wasn’t always a pirate. As a young girl, she was sailing from Ireland to America, with her family, when the ship was blown off course during a storm and ended up in the Caribbean near the island of Tortuga. The ship was soon set upon by the dread pirate ship “The Lost Pearl” and her scurvy captain and crew.  Young Katherine was taken under the wing of Anne Bonney, who served on The Lost Pearl before joining up with “Calico” Jack Rackham and Mary Read. Under Anne’s tutelage, Katherine soon became an important part of the crew. She served as the ship’s mascot and cabin girl. During battle she worked as a powder monkey, a dangerous job, bringing powder to the pirates who were in charge of the cannons. She also spent time as the cook’s assistant, as well as assistant to the quartermaster. She became proficient in all aspects of a pirate’s life. After many years aboard The Lost Pearl she eventually changed her name to Amazing Grace.  Although she has been a pirate for most of her life, Grace has a special place in her heart for the young scallywags who board The Lost Pearl. She loves to tell them stories of famous pirates and teach them pirate lore. If asked she will give a quick sword fighting lesson or teach the youngsters the “secret” pirate handshake. She especially enjoys recounting the story of how Blackbeard was defeated by Lieutenant Maynard in battle off Ocracoke Island, NC. Don’t get in her way, though, when Blackbeard’s ghost is spotted onshore; she’ll be running for the cannon to shoot the scurvy, barnacled ghost for stealing The Lost Pearl’s treasure!
Aye, and don’t be asking why she’s called Amazing Grace. Only her husband knows that for sure!

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We had so much fun on our pirate adventure with Amazing Grace 😁

Hi Amazing Grace! I was just reaching out to all my friends to remind them we need a pirate ship night!

Thursday July 11th, 2019

Capt. Jack's Pirate Ship Adventures

Another new recruit with Amazing Grace (his favorite pirate. But only because Cannonball wasn’t aboard.) ... See MoreSee Less

Another new recruit with Amazing Grace (his favorite pirate. But only because Cannonball wasn’t aboard.)

Thursday July 11th, 2019

Capt. Jack's Pirate Ship Adventures

Amazing Grace with a cute little pirate. (The crew wouldn’t let her keep him.) 😁☠️ ... See MoreSee Less

Amazing Grace with a cute little pirate. (The crew wouldn’t let her keep him.) 😁☠️

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Best job ever! Some day I hope to have as fun a job!

He LOVED all of you, including the captain, thanks for including him in the fun ♥️. We all had a great time!

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Nobody ever lets Amazing Grace keep the baby. This little cutie is now the newest mate on the Lost Pearl. ☠️
ROLL CALL  Everyone say hello to Amazing Grace!!  Katherine Grace O’Sullivan, a.k.a. Amazing Grace, wasn’t always a pirate. As a young girl, she was sailing from Ireland to America, with her family, when the ship was blown off course during a storm and ended up in the Caribbean near the island of Tortuga. The ship was soon set upon by the dread pirate ship “The Lost Pearl” and her scurvy captain and crew.  Young Katherine was taken under the wing of Anne Bonney, who served on The Lost Pearl before joining up with “Calico” Jack Rackham and Mary Read. Under Anne’s tutelage, Katherine soon became an important part of the crew. She served as the ship’s mascot and cabin girl. During battle she worked as a powder monkey, a dangerous job, bringing powder to the pirates who were in charge of the cannons. She also spent time as the cook’s assistant, as well as assistant to the quartermaster. She became proficient in all aspects of a pirate’s life. After many years aboard The Lost Pearl she eventually changed her name to Amazing Grace.  Although she has been a pirate for most of her life, Grace has a special place in her heart for the young scallywags who board The Lost Pearl. She loves to tell them stories of famous pirates and teach them pirate lore. If asked she will give a quick sword fighting lesson or teach the youngsters the “secret” pirate handshake. She especially enjoys recounting the story of how Blackbeard was defeated by Lieutenant Maynard in battle off Ocracoke Island, NC. Don’t get in her way, though, when Blackbeard’s ghost is spotted onshore; she’ll be running for the cannon to shoot the scurvy, barnacled ghost for stealing The Lost Pearl’s treasure!
Aye, and don’t be asking why she’s called Amazing Grace. Only her husband knows that for sure!
Another new recruit with Amazing Grace (his favorite pirate. But only because Cannonball wasn’t aboard.)
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Happy 4th of July from the crew of the Lost Pearl!!
Be safe this 4th of July and have a fantastic day with family and friends!
Oopsie Daisy showing a new recruit how to properly wear a life vest (and hold up the ship at the same time!). Book your cruise today! www.virginiabeachpirateship.com
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Ganeeka Miller
Ganeeka Miller

5 out of 5 stars

posted 1 week ago

We had a blast, especially my 3 year old son who is still singing the pirate songs. The actors stayed in character the entire time. My entire family wants to do it again. Well worth the money. I highly recommend.

Holly Siedlecki
Holly Siedlecki

5 out of 5 stars

posted 4 weeks ago

My 5 year old had her birthday party on board. She and her friends had an amazing time - as well as the parents! The crew made her feel so special. We will talk about this for YEARS!! Thanks to all of the staff at Captain Jack's who made this so easy to book and a memorable experience!

Susan Anderson
Susan Anderson

5 out of 5 stars

posted 2 weeks ago

Awesome adventure for children 11 and under for the theatrics. The view was interrupted by choppy water, so no open sea (safety first so no complaints). Our children didn't even notice we weren't able to leave the bay due to how fun it was with the ship mates.

Kim Pope
Kim Pope

5 out of 5 stars

posted 1 week ago

Wonderful show. Nice ride. Very entertaining. The bartender was excellent

Marion B
Marion B

5 out of 5 stars

posted 1 week ago

Lot of fun for the kids, they engage them the whole trip. Was relaxing and fun. My kids loved it