Valhalla pirates board Cape May-Lewes ferry Aug. 5

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Valhalla pirates board Cape May-Lewes ferry Aug. 5 Valhalla pirates board Cape May-Lewes ferry Aug. 5

LOWER TOWNSHIP – On Sunday, Aug. 5, the Valhalla Pirates plan to board the MV Twin Capes.

Led by Captain Charles Black, these Sea Dogs have been known to pillage and plunder - giving no quarter.

The Valhalla crew provides historical and theatrical entertainment for children and adults alike, educating audiences on the Golden Age of Piracy (life on the high seas, manner of dress, speech, common knowledge and skills, weapons, tools, and ship's crew organization during the years 1670-1730).

“A pirate’s life is filled with peril and adventure on the high seas, so what better place to learn about the dangerous lot than on the water aboard the Cape May-Lewes Ferry,” said Charisse Rudolph, customer service manager for the ferry. “People of all ages are fascinated with pirate lore and the Valhalla Pirates offer a realistic glimpse into the life of yester-year’s buccaneer.”

The crew is scheduled to perform two shows in the DeBraak Lounge aboard the MV Twin Capes. For customers boarding in Cape May, a show will take place on the 4:30 p.m. departure while Lewes patrons will enjoy the same performance on the 6:15 p.m. sailing.

Tickets cost $18 for adults, $13.50 for children ages 6-13 and $9 for children five years and younger. Space is limited and reservations are required.

To reserve tickets, call 800-643-3779. For more information on the Valhallas Pirates, visit them 

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