They do, in fact, offer silverware. More than a year ago They certainly do, and the wait staff is fantastic, with some of them even performing in the entertainment.
You can also buy disposable plastic forks and knives on board if you prefer. But they are expensive! There is no need to worry about lost or stolen silverware, as it is all safely stored inside the dining room lockers.
If you lose your knife then there will be a replacement charge. The charge depends on how long it takes to find your knife & what kind it is. If it is not found within 30 days then you will have to pay for a new one.
The same thing goes for forks. If you lose one then there will be a charge to replace it.
Overall, silverware is not a big issue at Pirate's Voyage. The staff is very friendly and efficient, so don't worry about losing your knife.
Why are the pirates unconcerned with Bill's gold and silver? They're after a lot more gold. Silver is heavy and hard to store, so it's not as useful to them as gold is. The only reason they would bother with either gold or silver is if they were being used as currency.
Currency has three important properties: it must be reliable, convenient, and stable against other currencies or gold/silver. The pirates have no use for Gold or Silver because they are not reliable enough to be used as money. If you want to know why the pirates aren't interested in your gold and silver, this answer will explain everything you need to know.
3 responses During the pre-show, alcohol is served at Pirates' Voyage. More than a year ago Yes, there are drinks available, and some of them are rather tasty!
The show doesn't start until late, so you have time to drink and eat before then.
There are beer, wine, and liquor available for purchase from a cashier. The price varies depending on the type of beverage, but it's not cheap. A bottle of wine goes for $15 - $20. Beer costs $5 - $10 per pint. Alcohol isn't free; it costs money.
You can also bring your own food on board the ship that's allowed, as long as it doesn't contain alcohol. There are a few restrictions like weight limits and what types of foods are permitted, but otherwise, you're free to bring whatever you want with you.
At the end of the show, they will be taking inventory and checking IDs, so don't bring any illegal items on board with you!
The staff members on board are not allowed to serve you if you look like you're under 21, so make sure to dress reasonably early in order to avoid problems. Also remember that the area is not recommended for children.
Guests who have previously sailed with Disney will be given a complimentary Castaway Club lanyard when they check in at the port. Because the lanyards are assigned depending on club status, you'll see many passengers roaming around the ship sporting Silver, Gold, or Platinum Castaway Club lanyards. If you join the Castaway Club during your cruise, you'll also receive a lanyard.
If you're just starting out with Disney and don't yet have a lanyard, there's no need to worry about getting one before you go onboard. You'll receive one at check-in when you book your cruise. But if you want one now so you can wear it while you're on board, that's okay too! The Disney Cruise Line offers gold, silver, and platinum lanyards for guests to choose from when booking their stateroom activities.