Sunday, February 26, 2012

Need some Captain Jack?

One of my favorite things about Disney are all the "little" shows.  And these little shows are full of big details and excellent theming.  One that you can find at the Magic Kingdom park is the "Pirate Tutorial" with Captain Jack Sparrow and his trusty sidekick, Mack.




In this show, Captain Jack will teach the intricacies of being a pirate.  Such as sword fighting.  How to bail water from your boat.  The pirate oath.  And when to run away!




It's interactive so the kids get to be part of the show - and even get a certificate to prove that they are pirates.


To find this show - it's just next to the Pirates of the Caribbean ride - and be sure to consult your times guide when you get to the park for the list of performance times throughout the day.  This show does not allow time for autographs or individual pictures - let me know if you find this has changed!

So...what about you?  Are you a Pirates fan?  Have you done the Pirate tutorial? 



3 comments:

  1. Since Pirates is one of our most favorite movies and the kids love Jack Sparrow, my six year old is going to love this! She doesn't remember anything about her first two trips to DW, but I'm quite sure she will remember this one! thanks for the tips!!!

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  2. Wow Kat it's awesome to see you doing this type of work. I will never forget all the tips and advice you gave to me and Richard before our very special trip. I have been several times since then now that I live in Florida (florida disney discounts are awesome) and everytime we go I always think of you and remember everything you told me. Nice to see you're doing well. And the girls are growing up beautifully. Just wanted to say hello.

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    1. Hi Kori! It's been forever and a day. I do remember all that planning we did for your Disney trip - and it was so great to surprise you with it! I just love that I have fallen into this wonderful position of having a job where I can help people everyday to plan their dream trips.

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Thanks so much for saying "hello!" I like to know that I am not talking to myself :-)