Old Montreal's pirate ship obstacle course opens for the summer this weekend

May 25 2018, 11:01 pm

A scalable, giant pirate ship, obstacle course in the Old Port?

Uh, yes.

This is one of those activities that you say is for the kids, but it’s really just for you.

Climb aboard life-size replicas of both royal and pirate ships from the 18th century. They are over 100 feet in length and range from 2 feet high for the young pirates to 35 feet for Peter Pan wannabes.

The obstacle course features 61 different activities between the Royal Ship and the Pirate Ship. Activities include ziplining, rock climbing, and bouncy castles.

Rates vary depending on which activities you want to board. The inflatable games for example, costs $12, while the rock climbing wall, aerial courses, and ziplining will set you back $45.

(Rum not included)

Everyone who enters the courses is given a harness and a helmet which is to be worn throughout the adventure and closed shoes are a must. Voiles en Voiles uses Saferoller from the company Kanopeo, to ensure participants it’s impossible to become detached during the course.

The obstacle course is open all summer, including light to medium rain showers. You’re a pirate, you have to expect to get a little bit wet.

Voiles en Voiles

When: From now until October

Time: 10 am – 1o pm

Where: Place des Vestiges, Old Port

Price: online Prices vary depending on selected activities, tickets available

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