About the Ship
Turn right at the Jolly Roger and prepare yourself for the voyage of a lifetime. Come aboard matey! There be adventure straight ahead.
The ship features a nautical feel and the owners promise a fun and relaxing atmosphere. The location, in a waterside marina, has both deck seating as well as over 85 seats inside. There are Flat screen televisions for watching the games and races and a lively atmosphere of music and conversation. The Wecker Brother’s pride themselves on friendly attentive service and creating a memorable dining experience. Quartermaster Kevin Jones has been charged by the Captain to ensure that all guests have a smooth sail and he promises to lend his 10 years of steering dining experiences to the voyage.
The converted space features rich wood walls and floors and full color antique maps of the islands along with fun nautical signs and memorabilia. Guests can sit at wooden barrel tables, at tables covered in maps, at a “Captains Table” that seats parties of 12 or at the bar. The bar features a wood slab surface with a “Live edge” and copper plating. A skeleton, dubbed “The Captain” sits at the bar every night, providing little in the way of conversation. The deck features seating for 24 again around wooden barrel tables with a view of the water.
On your way out, don’t forget to say goodnight to the The Captain, the one permanent member of the crew at Mutiny-Pirate Bar and Island Grille. If you can get him to let you in on the secret of his demise, some speculate keel hauling or the plank, it’s suggested you keep that little secret to yourself.
The ship is available for private voyages. Contact Quartermaster Kevin Jones, said to be a direct descendant of Davey Jones, to book the vessel for yourself.