Pirates of the Whydah: Hear Explorer Barry Clifford Live
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The last date listed for Pirates of the Whydah was Thursday April 11, 2013 / 7:30pm.
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Kick back, relax and start your evening off right on a Happy Hour Cruise aboard the Patriot II, presented by DC Harbor Cruises. This one hour and 30-minute sail down the Potomac offers lovely views of the river from both exterior and climate-controlled interior decks, along with concessions and a full cash bar, featuring a boatload of drink specials. With a friendly and knowledgeable crew and an unbeatable atmosphere, this ship may just become your regular after-work hangout. Learn More
National Geographic Museum is currently hosting the exhibition Real Pirates. Admission to this event does not include the exhibit.
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