Ahoy Matey! Myrtle Beach Pirate Adventures for the Family

Once traversed by pirates and buccaneers, Myrtle Beach’s coast is not only home to miles of shore, but pirate-themed fun for all ages. Dinner shows, open-sea adventures, and themed mini-golf — Myrtle Beach knows how to celebrate pirates. Don’t walk the plank! Save the family with these Myrtle Beach pirate adventures.

Top Myrtle Beach Pirate Adventures for Families

Pirates Voyage Dinner Show

Witness a pirate battle while dining on Southern classics. Pirates Voyage Dinner Show combines dinner with a high-action show for all ages.

The show takes place on a full-sized pirate ship in a 15-foot indoor lagoon, with acrobats, songs, comedy and dance. The family will love sword fights, mermaids, sea lions and stunts, all creating a memorable dinner experience.

Pirates Adventure Golf

Landlubbers can learn about pirates, such as Captain Kidd, Black Bart and Red Legs Greaves, while playing pirate mini-golf. Pirates Watch Adventure Golf has two courses, water features and pirate-themed scenery throughout the greens.

Other pirate-themed mini-golf courses in Myrtle Beach include Captain Hooks, Treasure Island, Shipwreck Island and Mutiny Bay. All provide families a chance to compete for the best score and bring out the scallywags.

Pirate Cruises

Myrtle Beach hosts two pirate cruises. Hop aboard Blackbeard’s Pirate Cruise and Pirate Adventures of Myrtle Beach for a ride on the open seas.

Blackbeard’s and Pirate Adventures both offer hour-long cruises where kids battle with water cannons, hear stories, sing songs and participate in sword fights. In addition, the crew will help kids get interactive as they look for treasure. Kids will enjoy pretending to play pirates, while adults can admire the view and have a good time.

Myrtle Beach Pirate Facts

To embrace the adventure, take note that Myrtle Beach once served as hiding places for pirates. Best known as Blackbeard, Edward Teach and marooned Drunken Jack both became local legends in pirate lore. If visiting Murrell’s Inlet, make sure to look for treasure. Rumor has it that Captain Kidd buried treasure on a nearby island.

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