Across the fleet of Disney Cruise Line ships, Pirate Night invites guests to embrace their inner pirate and celebrate at sea. The fun-filled evening begins with a pirate-themed dinner and continues with a buccaneer bash featuring some of your favorite Disney characters. For the grand finale, enjoy an amazing fireworks display at sea.
At dinner, you will find your servers dressed in pirate gear and they will be ready to greet you with an “Ahoy, matey” or “Arrr!” Once you are seated, you will receive a special bandana and your menu will look like an old treasure map. This themed dinner will definitely get you in the pirate-spirit for the rest of the fun evening ahead.
After dinner, head to the pool deck for Disney entertainment featuring your favorite characters dressed in their pirate garb. Here you can kick up your heels and do a little line dancing and rock out to your favorite pirate-themed tunes. But be ready….when you see the black lighting, hear a sudden change in music and see skull and crossbone projections, this can only mean one thing…Captain Hook, Mr. Smee and their gang of pirates are on their way to try and take over the party. Never fear, Mickey and his gang will not let them spoil the fun!
As the evening concludes, fireworks will light up the night sky, weather permitting. When you get onboard, be sure to reference your Personal Navigator, the Disney Cruise Line daily newsletter that gives you a run down of all the activities taking place on the ship.
Pirate Night is offered on most sailings, except for the Alaskan Cruise, which features a Pixar Pals Party. Buzz and Woody are the stars of the show and dinner follows a Toy Story theme. A great way to prepare for Pirate Night is to bring some accessories with you to get you in the pirate-spirit. Some ideas include a pirate hat, plastic or paper sword, eye patch, bandana, striped shirt and fake mustache and beard.
This is just one of the many events that kids and adults alike enjoy aboard a Disney Cruise. If this sounds like something you would love to experience, I would love to help you set sail.