Category Archives: Pirate Clothing

Manly Style For Women Pirates

What do Mary Read, Grace O’Malley, and Anne Bonny have in common?  If you guessed that they were all infamous female pirates ruling the seas, you are right on the money!  These women managed to ascend the ranks of piracy … Continue reading

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Celebrating Pirate Style

Booty, planks, eye patches, and parrots…all the makings of pirate culture!  If you just can’t seem to get enough of everything pirate related, you will be happy to know that there is an outlet to get your fix!  Every year … Continue reading

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John Coxon – Buccaneer Pirate At His Best

Long ago on the high seas during the 17th century Buccaneering Age of piracy, a man was born who terrorized the town of Santa Maria on the Spanish Main and carried off the governor and bishop to Jamaica.  Due to … Continue reading

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Truth Or Lie: Clearing Up Myths on Pirate Image and Pirate Clothing

When you think of pirates, you probably envision a crew of larger-than-life characters roaming the high seas.  In many ways, these men do live up to their legacy, but in other ways, they are far from it.  As pirates have … Continue reading

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The Pirate King

When it comes to the master of the high seas, there is none more infamous than the cunning Captain Hook.  This devious villain is the antagonist originating in J.M. Barrie’s children’s classic Peter Pan. Captain Hook is the commander of … Continue reading

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I Am Woman! Watch Me Sail!

When considering famous pirates, there’s the infamous Captain Hook from Peter Pan, the dashing Captain Jack Sparrow from Pirates of the Caribbean, and the cunning Captain Long John Silver from Treasure Island to name a few.  As you examine these … Continue reading

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