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I remember a pirate ship that you could go into and play around, and across from it there was a restaurant that had a big chef on the front of it that was eating a big bowl of soup. I want to know where that is or was.
Submitted by Emily B, westminster, Maryland December 5, 2013
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Centreville, VA

Insider since: 2010

Answered: December 5, 2013

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I don't know about the big chef eating the bowl of soup, but there are two possible Pirate Ships you could be referencing. If you were at the south end of town, near the inlet and Route 50 bridge, you are talking about the Duckaneer. It leaves from the Talbot Street dock and several restaurants including The Marina Deck, M.R. Ducks, and The Angler are all in this area. If you were at the north end of town near Fenwick Island and the lighthouse, you are talking about Pirate Adventures. It leaves from the dock near Harpoon Hanna's. There are several restaurants in this area including Harpoon Hanna's and The Lobster Shanty in this area.


Johnstown Pa

Insider since: 2009

Answered: December 5, 2013

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The Duckaneer Pirate Adventure is located on Talbot St. at 311 Talbot on the bay side at the Talbot St. Pier.  M.R. Ducks restaurant is located there as well.


Hunt Valley and Ocean City

Insider since: 2010

Answered: January 10, 2014

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Emily you are thinking of Tony's Pizza on 1st street.  The chef is actually twirling a pizza.  The pirate ship is on the beach right across from the restaurant.  Tony's is closed until April.


Warrenville, IL

Insider since: 2011

Answered: December 29, 2013

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That is the Duckaneer as the other Insiders have mentioned!


Linthicum MD and OC MD

Insider since: 2008

Answered: December 9, 2013

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You may be talking about the play pirate ships at Fish Tales, Dead Freddies, and the Lazy Lizard.  They all have stationary wooden ships for the kids to play in while awaiting for dinner.  The other's mentioned the moving ships and they are fun as well but there is a fee to those and they take you on a tour. 


Bayville, NJ

Insider since: 2010

Answered: December 5, 2013

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hey emily, as the other insiders mentioned it's the duckaneer. I have been on before and you will love it. Have fun!!! RRRRRRRR!!!!