Many aspects of a pirate's life were less than glamorous, including the constant threat of capture and the terror of playing Twister with hook-handed crewmates. Have the fun without the fright with this Groupon.
The custom-built, 50-foot pirate ship Dark Star takes guests on exciting, swashbuckling adventures. The costumed crew delights passengers with songs and stories before running up the Jolly Roger and attacking a treasure-laden prize ship in a water-cannon battle. All cruise-goers head home with their very own pirate outfit, including eye patch, toy sword, bandana, and toy hook. Additionally, the included Dark Star grog mug lends a piratical air to any beverage consumption, and a letter of marque commemorates the cruise. Trips begin on May 26 with a limited schedule. Starting June 23, trips depart daily at 9:30 a.m., 11 a.m., 12:30 p.m., 2 p.m., 3:30 p.m., 5 p.m., and 6:30 p.m.
Dark Star Pirate Cruises offers free rides to any child shorter than 30 inches, though gift items will only be available to fully ticketed passengers.
Buoyed by decades of experience, Starlight Fleet founder Captain Jim Cicchitti shepherds travelers into Atlantic pastures for deep-sea-fishing voyages, dinner cruises, and dolphin- and whale-watching excursions. Groups of 150 passengers boogie into Poseidon's ballroom on ships known as Starlight, American Star, Dark Star, and The Atlantic Star. Enclosed cabins, sundecks, air conditioning, surround-sound speakers, and storage space keep passengers comfortable, and sonar, radar, and GPS capabilities pamper robotic voyagers. Eyes drink in the sight of majestic mammals, and fingers dive in to touch tanks as a marine biologist expounds on aquatic life during educational excursions. Reel-winders of all experience levels can opt for four-, six-, or eight-hour fishing trips, and the Sunset Buffet fuels dusky sojourns with shrimp scampi, burgers, and desserts.
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