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Pirates Week 2013

Every November, the Cayman Islands have a celebration that turns the island upside down. It is the annual Pirates Week Festival. For the 36th straight year, Pirates Week will kick off this month. The event spans 11 fun packed days beginning Thursday, November 7th and includes music, parades, contests, fireworks and more. With an 11-day celebration, there is something for everyone of all ages.

Pirates 1

Thursday the celebration kicks off with a Pre-Pirates Week Happy Hour at Breezes by the Bay on Thursday, a beach BBQ, and a Pre-Pirates Week Kick off Party at the Wharf with a live band.

Friday includes  a Happy  Hour, Street Dance and Food Festival on Harbour Drive and concludes with a fireworks display. There are numerous events over the 11 day span.

Pirates 2

Finally Saturday, November 17th is a culmination of an excellent week with another extraordinary fireworks display. Saturday night ends with a Street Dance Finale and another teen disco.


So whether you've never been to Pirate's Week or been there many times, you can see that there is plenty for everyone to do. It's still not too late to get down to Pirates Week 2013, or you can start planning a trip to the 37th annual Pirates Week in November of 2014.

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