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There be pirates at HMNS
October 18, 2010 · Be The First To Comment

I like pirates.  I am not going to lie.  Maybe it is the bad boy effect I have heard so much about on the covers of newsstand magazines.  Or perhaps, it is all the GREAT history you can learn while you aren’t looking! Either way, get excited now because we are hosting “Real Pirates: The […]

How To Rule the Sea: A Guide for Privateers 1500 – 1800s [Real Pirates]
October 8, 2010 · Be The First To Comment

Imagine for a moment you are the king or queen of a country and war is on the horizon.  Both you and your enemies are dependent on the sea for trade, which keeps the economy going and taxes coming in.  If you want to win the war, you have to attack your opponent’s trading ships […]

New Blogger! Meet Ben, the Maritime Man [Real Pirates]
October 5, 2010 · Be The First To Comment

Our Real Pirates exhibition opens Friday! It’s the first exhibition of an authentic pirate shipwreck – ever. I got a chance to check it out this morning, and it’s pretty amazing – everything from real pirates’ booty to a walk-through recreation of The Whydah, a slave ship that was captured by pirates before sinking in […]



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