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By Deb Flomberg
Avast Ye Matey’s! Grab the family and board an 18th century Spanish galleon pirate ship for one of the most memorable family dinners ever at Pirates Dinner Adventure. Your kids will be amazed as the pirate show comes to life around them, with a huge adventure unfolding right before their eyes. You’ll love the food and the entertainment, and the whole family will come home with so many wonderful memories.
The Pirates Dinner Adventure is set on a very authentic ship, measuring 46 feet long with huge 40-foot masts and anchored in a 300,000 gallon indoor lagoon, complete with night sky lighting. Your family will be seated in the showroom of six more ships, as you cheer along with your ship-mates for your pirate leader. The action-packed show will start up, complete with pyrotechnics and plenty of cannon blasts, as more than 150 guests take part in the show. There will be lots of swashbuckling, sword fighting, gun battles, and lots of comedy as the pirates compete and the immersive show takes place all around you.
Of course the feast is perfect for a hungry pirate’s appetite as well, with lots of great food to enjoy and even a special VIP (Very Important Pirate) kids meal available as well as vegetarian options. Your ticket comes with appetizers, and your choice of chicken or ham and it is even served with apple cobbler a la mode. So there is enough food that even the hungriest of little pirates are sure to fill up.
Make some family memories and take the kids on this fun pirate adventure. You’ll want to drive there in the 2013 GL350 SUV from Mercedes-Benz of Encino. That way, you’ll have all the room you need for the whole family, and maybe even a few of your kid’s friends. You will all love the luxury and comfort that comes with riding in a Mercedes-Benz, and you know that you’ll be traveling in the elegance that comes along with it.
Deb Flomberg grew up in the mountains, developed a love for the beach and has found happiness on the open road. She is now a freelance writer, theater professional and travel enthusiast happy to be writing about the things she loves most.
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