Meeting Captain Hook at Disney World

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Captain Hook swinging on by…

Guests can see Captain Hook every afternoon in the Festival of Fantasy Parade at 3pm.

He’s on the Peter Pan float and swings on by while standing on the ship’s swaying anchor.

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We like his velvety hair!  (I want to touch it so badly!)

We’ve seen him a few times strolling through Adventureland near the Pirates of the Caribbean ride before the parade.

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The captain waving his hook at guests in line.

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At Hook’s meet and greet:

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He’s a good looking villain!

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And look who was with him!!!

In April 2019, he started greeting young guests at Disney’s Beach Club Resort for dinner.

Dinner with Captain Hook’s Pirate Crew

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That hair!!! ❤

Looking for a Bunch of Scallywags!

Shiver me timbers—Captain Hook and his crew invite you to dinner and to see if ye be worthy of joining their ranks.

Upon entering Pirate Hideaway, seasoned members of Captain Hook’s crew will assist you in the first, most crucial step towards becoming a pirate—receiving your pirate name. Next, they’ll teach you the many skills crucial to life on the high seas such as talking like a pirate, swabbing the deck and singing sea chanties!

Captain Hook himself will be checking in to examine your progress and get you started on your first treasure hunt. You’ll solve puzzles and gather clues on land before setting sail along Crescent Lake.

But beware! For this be not for the faint of heart. Rumor has it there be cursed treasure around these parts. Be you brave enough to seek it?

Beginning April 28, 2019 set sail for Disney’s Beach Club Resort where Captain Hook is on the lookout for new recruits ages 4 to 12.   $55/ticket

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MNSSHP:  Meeting Peter Pan and Wendy…and Captain Hook!

He also regularly appears for some meet and greet time during Mickey’s Not So Scary Halloween Party in the Fall.

That’s where we’ve met him.

We also saw him at Castaway Cay when we went on our Disney Dream cruise to the Bahamas.  He certainly gets around!

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Captain Hook and Mr. Smee at Castaway Cay.

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WHAT???!!!  Did Captain Hook kill Queen Athena???

But, remember, he is a villain!

There’s a rumor that he killed Ariel’s mother, Queen Athena!

In 2008, “The Little Mermaid: Ariel’s Beginning” came out and answered the question about Queen Athena’s demise. In the movie’s opening scenes, the terrible tale of Queen Athena’s death by pirate invasion unfolds!

No wonder the mermaids in Neverland are frightened of the pirates who troll and terrorize their waters.  And, King Triton’s complete aversion to humans can be explained, considering humans caused his wife’s death.

Do you think that Queen Athena was killed by Captain Hook’s pirate ship?

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Captain Hook is the dastardly evil pirate villain from Neverland.

Sailing the waters around the enchanted island of Neverland with his crew of misfits and idiots, Hook forever seeks the boy who has caused him so much pain and misery, Peter Pan. The Captain lost his left hand when Peter cut it off and fed it to the crocodile. Since then, the crocodile has been haunting Hook, always wanting more.

Luckily for Captain Hook, the crocodile also ate an alarm clock, so he can hear when the crocodile is near. His evil plans always fail, mainly due to the incompetence of not only himself, but of his downtrodden crew and first mate, Mr. Smee.

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Mickey Flower Face Two Sisters Magic Kingdom

Looking for Captain Hook.

We’ve written two books about our time working and playing at Disney World.

Both are available on Amazon.com: Two Girls and a Mouse Tale and Adventures in the Animal Kingdom.

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Adventures in the Animal Kingdom

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Two Girls and a Mouse Tale

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Have a magical day!

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