What do you get when you take live palm trees, 150 chaise lounge chairs, 97 bar stools and 60,000 gallons of water? You get SPLASH! The World’s Largest Swim-up Bar.
SPLASH! Is located in the heart of downtown Put-in-Bay, but you’ll swear you were somewhere in the Caribbean when you hear the live palm trees blowing in the wind and feel the warm sun tanning your body. With 97 bar seats in the water and over 200 chaise lounge chairs, you can soak up all the sunshine while being in the middle of the party. Enjoy daiquiris and other adult beverages in the pool, play under the waterfall and listen to great live entertainment every Friday and Saturday afternoon. With bands like Hubie Ashcraft, Aly’An, Chameleon, The Sellouts and many more, you’ll get to experience some of the best bands on Put-in-Bay. When the band is finished, the party doesn’t stop because one of our talented DJs from Level2 takes the stage to keep the crowd moving.
SPLASH! is open everyday from Memorial Day Weekend though Labor Day Weekend, weather permitting.
You have made SPLASH! Put in Bay’s #1 afternoon hot spot for the last 10 years! For that we say thank you.
Overlooking SPLASH! is Put-in-Bay’s only pirate ship, the Flaming Skull!
Ahoy there matey’s! Welcome aboard the Flaming Skull, Put-in-Bay’s only pirate ship bar, and an award winning one at that! The Flaming Skull is located in downtown Put-in-Bay right between the Islander Inn and Grand Islander Hotel.
Walk up the gang plank and sit on one of 75 hand carved bar stools around our bar on the main deck. Swap harrowing pirate tales while enjoying cold drinks while looking out over all the scalliwags at SPLASH! Even though our ship is stationary, a ship would be nothing without it’s captain! Make sure to follow his orders or you’ll end up overboard! Take a picture with him as well, so you can tell your friends you were on a Pirate Ship while having the time of your life!
While aboard the ship make sure to follow the captain’s orders or you might find yourself walking the plank and being marooned on a deserted island.