The following is a list of some pirate-related sites of interest.
"A Brief History of Pirates"
Yarrrrr....there be another Piratical Inn.....this one in Bridgetown, Barbados
Pirate re-enactor gear, located in the Netherlands.
If ye be thinkin` o' stayin' at th' Gentleman o' Fortune Haus ye`d better practice up ye language skills at The Online English-to-Pirate Translator
Famous Pirate Ships - some good info here!
Weekly Piracy Report
And you thought pirates were a thing of the past!
Recent Article on things Piratical
Cindy Vallar Pirate Pages
Create your own treasure hunts!
Sort of a fantasy page with tales of a female pirate mixed in with lots of factual info on pirates. Great stuff, and great web design!
Piratical Insult Generator
At a loss for words you poxy bilge rat?
This is where present day pirates and pirate-wannabe's hang out and exchange ideas about everything piratical.
No Quarter Given
If you're interested in keeping up to date on what's going on in the pyrate world, this newsletter is a MUST!
Pirates of the Spanish Main
A site from the North Carolina Department of Cultural Resources, who are salvaging the remains of Blackbeard's flagship.
Mel Fisher became world-famous with his discovery of perhaps the richest shipwreck in history, the Nuestra Senora de Atocha. He passes away in 1998, however his crew is raising the booty from the 1715 fleet!
Some pirate fans were disappointed with the lack cool pirate designs on T-shirts and made up their own.
Woman Pirates (And you thought only men got to have all the fun?)
Beagle Bay's Site
Anne Bonny and Mary Read are probably the most known, but Grace O'Malley is the stuff of legend!
What's your pirate name?
Take the quiz and come up with a specially formulated pirate name of your own.
Jefferson Long Rifles
Ok, so not officially pirate related, some of these re-enactors have been known to assume pirate persona. And they're a cool group!
Another Pirate Costume link