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Ahoy Matey! - Pirate Pete’s Cruise is back at the Cape May – Lewes Ferry

By Cape May-Lewes Ferry | Jul 02, 2013
Photo by: DRBA

Cape May, NJ- Beginning July 10 and continuing through August 22, the Cape May – Lewes Ferry’s popular mascot, Lighthouse Pete the Pirate, will headline his famed Pirate Pete’s Cruises this summer aboard a ferry vessel departing once a week from both the Cape May and Lewes terminals.   Pirate Pete will accompany you onboard along with face painting and children’s entertainment.  Bring the family on a fun-filled adventure across the Delaware Bay where you can enjoy beautiful views and a barrel of laughs.

“Pirate Pete’s Cruise continues to grow in popularity every year,” says Nikky Fisher, Lewes terminal manager at the Cape May – Lewes Ferry. “With a boatload of entertainment for the children, it’s great fun for the entire family.  Come out and join us to make some memories that will last a lifetime.”

On Wednesdays, the round trip Pirate Pete’s Cruise departs from Cape May at 6:00 p.m.   On the voyage, be amazed by magician Ken Northridge or get your face painted by Snazzy Doodles, the clown.

Departing on Thursdays from Lewes at 4:15 p.m., laugh with Mike Warren with his, “Just Kidding Around” family friendly comedy and enjoy the excitement of Snazzy Doodles’ face painting.

The cost of this adventure cruise is $19.00 for people 14 years and older, $10.00 for children ages 6 to 13, and $1.00 for children under the age of 5, which includes your ferry ticket, FREE onboard entertainment, and an ice cream treat!

Enjoy a night of family adventure on Pirate Pete’s Cruise!

About the Cape May-Lewes Ferry

The Cape May – Lewes Ferry is owned and operated by the Delaware River and Bay Authority, a bi-state governmental agency created by Compact in 1962.  The Ferry is open year-round and has carried more than forty million passengers since its inception on July 1, 1964.  In 2012, the ferry service, which connects Victorian Cape May, New Jersey, and historic Lewes, Delaware, transported approximately 275,000 vehicles and nearly 1 million passengers. 

 

 

 

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