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Valhalla’s Pirates to board Cape May-Lewes Ferry

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Written by Staff Reports Thursday, September 19, 2013 10:00 am

 Captain Black and crew of Valhalla’s Pirates will entertain on the Sept. 28 ferry crossing. Captain Black and crew of Valhalla’s Pirates will entertain on the Sept. 28 ferry crossing.  CAPE MAY - Pirates will climb aboard the Cape May-Lewes Ferry Saturday, Sept. 28 for historical and theatrical presentations for passengers of all ages.

The crew from Valhalla’s Pirates will board the Twin Capes ferry departing 2:30 p.m. from Cape May for Lewes, Del. Passengers departing from Lewes can see the same performance on the 4:15 p.m. sailing. 

The show is designed to be both historical and theatrical. Valhalla’s Pirates teach the differences between pirates, privateers and ordinary sailors and their impact on history with the goal of demonstrating that history can be not only interesting but fun, according to their website.

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