A Pirate’s Life

333 Lakeshore Boulevard East, Downtown, Toronto

Website

416-476-3836

Seasonal/ May/June Weekends Only July August 7 days a week, Sept/Oct Weekends

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About A Pirate’s Life, Toronto, Ontario, Canada

A Pirate’s Life provides interactive ‘pirate life’ theatrical experience with a boat cruise in a look-a-like 45 foot pirate ship around the Toronto Islands.

Attractions & Things to do

Join the scurvy crew and live the Pirate Life: Adventure, Theatre and Cruise. An interactive adventure, become a buccaneer with costumes, face paint and a pirate alias!

Board the 45 foot Transport Canada certified vessel and set a sail in search of sunken treasure!

Learn the ropes of the Pirate Life through storytelling and activities, witness a round of fisticuffs and sword fight, fire the cannons and send a scallywag off the plank! If yer lucky maties, ye’ll find treasure too!

You can also celebrate private functions like birthday paritiesand other events here.

COVID-19 Precautions:

  1. Limiting capacity to 10 persons to allow for safe physical distancing measures

  2. Sanitizer will be available before boarding and once back on shore. Commonly touched surfaces will be sanitized between cruises.

  3. Cast members and audiences will be asked to wear a face covering and maintain physical distance

  4. Families will be encouraged to prepare costumes, face-paint and pirate names at home before they arrive to limit contact with our cast, we are creating some fun videos for you!

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When to sail aboard A Pirate’s Life?

2020 during COVID-19: Opening July 1st | 10:00 AM to 5:45 PM

Usual Season (Post COVID-19):

A Pirate’s Life HoursSeasonal

May, June, September, October Weekends Only.

July August: 7 days a week.

Reservations required, please contact via phone or email to confirm departure times.

Show timesBoat Departures
9:30 AM10:00 AM
10:30 AM11:00 PM
11:45 PM12:15 PM
1:00 PM1:30 PM
2:15 PM2:45 PM
3:30 PM4:00 PM

Time required to visit:

Total experience is for 1.5 hours, including a 1 hour cruise.

Cruise is ON Rain or Shine expect during heavy consistent rains or thunderstorms.

How much does it cost?

Admission: $27.00 per person; Children two and under are free.

How to get tickets?

Online

(Only online during COVID-19 reopening phase)

In person at T.O. TIX Yonge and Dundas Square

At the Site

Over the phone

Types of payments accepted

Mastercard, Visa, Cash, Interac, US Dollar

How to get to A Pirate’s Life?

The cruise starts from 333 Lakeshore Blvd East, Downtown Toronto – Parliament street docks. Paid parking is available on location.

 

What about Amenities & Accessibility?

pirateslifeAccessibility:

Wheel chair accessible.

Other Amenities

Washrooms on site.

Dining options nearby

Pet not allowed onboard the ship.

 

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2 Tips for your trip!

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  1. Viviane

    Is this something that a 12-year old boy would enjoy or is it for younger kids?

    July 27, 2015 at 8:16 AM
    1. Matt

      Ahoy Viviane!
      Thank you for the message, I would suggest our shows are geared for children 3-12 years old. Ideal for those 4-10 years – The Adventure/boat cruise is certainly fun for all ages, the show itself includes sword fighting, firing the water cannons and learning the ropes of the pirate life, it is an interactive performance and thus your 12 year old will have plenty of opportunity to join the crew and act with us on stage!

      July 27, 2015 at 10:34 AM

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