Pinterest • The world’s catalogue of ideas
The Whydah is the only pirate ship that's ever been found. Even more significant, the Whydah was the flagship of “Black Sam” Bellamy, a famous pirate captain. Discovered by Barry Clifford in 1984, its treasures are still being recovered.More than 200K artifacts (cannons, coins, gold jewelry, & the ship’s bell have been brought to the surface. Since'07, a selection of the artifacts has been on show in a travelling exhibition ("THE REAL PIRATES") sponsored by The Natl Geo. Society…

The Whydah is the only pirate ship that's ever been found. Even more significant, the Whydah was the flagship of “Black Sam” Bellamy, a famous pirate captain. Discovered by Barry Clifford in 1984, its treasures are still being recovered.More than 200K artifacts (cannons, coins, gold jewelry, & the ship’s bell have been brought to the surface. Since'07, a selection of the artifacts has been on show in a travelling exhibition ("THE REAL PIRATES") sponsored by The Natl Geo. Society…

pin 16
heart 8
speech 2
Old Real Pirate Ships | St. Augustine is a Pirate's Paradise - St. Augustine Today
pin 11
Blackbeard was a real pirate, and his ship Queen Anne's Revenge was found off the coast of North Carolina in 1996. Archaeologists have recovered more than a dozen cannons from the wreckage, along with gun flints, shackles, and other pirate-y artifacts.

Blackbeard was a real pirate, and his ship Queen Anne's Revenge was found off the coast of North Carolina in 1996. Archaeologists have recovered more than a dozen cannons from the wreckage, along with gun flints, shackles, and other pirate-y artifacts.

pin 881
heart 135
speech 2
Real Sunken Pirate Ships | Pirate Ship Lots of Booty Found on Blackbeard's Pirate Ship ...

Real Sunken Pirate Ships | Pirate Ship Lots of Booty Found on Blackbeard's Pirate Ship ...

pin 1
heart 1
Anne Bonney and Mary Read are the most famous -- and ferocious -- women pirates in history, and they are the only ones known to have plied their trade in the Western Hemisphere.

Anne Bonney and Mary Read are the most famous -- and ferocious -- women pirates in history, and they are the only ones known to have plied their trade in the Western Hemisphere.

pin 1
heart 1
Amazing. omg! just had a thought! imagine doing a kid's room with disney stuff, but with real pictures instead of animated? like this one! what?!

Amazing. omg! just had a thought! imagine doing a kid's room with disney stuff, but with real pictures instead of animated? like this one! what?!

pin 24
heart 7