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The three-masted barque Kaskelot is returning to Sutton Harbour, Plymouth [UK] where she drew huge crowds two years ago. She will be berthed alongside Quay Road from April 21 until May 15.One of the largest wooden tall ships in commission is heading to Plymouth for a three-week visit this spring.Three-masted barque Kaskelot will be returning to Sutton Harbour, where she drew huge crowds two years ago.Th ship will be berthed alongside Quay Road from April 21 until May 15 and open for visitors to step aboard and explore.Local primary schools are invited to book classes for curriculum-themed sail training and history visits during the week, and local businesses can hire the traditionally renovated tall ship for meetings or private events during her stay.There will also be a Ship to Shore arts and craft market with stalls both on board Kaskelot and on the harbourside on Quay Road on Sunday April 30, including family entertainment and live music.During Plymouth Pirate Weekend, Kaskelot will offer hands-on sail training sessions for all the family so you can learn how to set the sails (but from the comfort and safety of the harbour berth).Jessie Atkinson, Ship’s Manager for Kaskelot, said: “We are thrilled to be sailing back to Sutton Harbour this spring, and extending our stay in Plymouth so even more people can come on board and find out about the ship.“We’re especially excited about the schools’ engagement programme we’ll be offering to enable primary school pupils to learn more about how to rig and sail a traditional tall ship, and find out about the history of sailing at the same time.”Mark Brimacombe, Marina Manager, said: “Kaskelot is one of the finest wooden tall ships of her age still in commission, and has an incredible history. The ship was enormously popular when she last visited Sutton Harbour in 2015 with people pouring down to Plymouth’s waterfront to tour such a wonderfully well-restored ship, and we have no doubt the fascination will again prove a major draw this spring.”Kaskelot was built in Denmark in 1948 and worked as a support vessel for Danish fisheries in the Faroe Islands. More recently the barque has appeared in Hollywood films and TV dramas such as Cutthroat Island, Longitude and David Copperfield.Visitors can board Kaskelot for £3.50 per adult and £2 per child, and funds raised used to support the ongoing maintenance of the vessel.The Ship to Shore market on April 30 is free to attend and will feature more than 25 stalls manned by local arts and craft traders, as well as food stalls, live music, workshops and family entertainment, running from 10.30am-3.30pm. For more details, visit www.missivyevents.co.ukDuring Plymouth Pirate Weekend, special ticketed hands-on sail training sessions will run throughout the day on Saturday May 13 and Sunday May 14, costing £6 for adults and £4 for children, to include lessons on how to set the famous sails as well as a deck quiz and other on-board activities.To book a sail training lesson for your school or to enquire about corporate hospitality opportunities on board, contact Jessie at jessieatkinson@sportcel.comKaskelot – Photo http://www.rick-tomlinson.com

The three-masted barque Kaskelot is returning to Sutton Harbour, Plymouth [UK] where she drew huge crowds two years ago. She will be berthed alongside Quay Road from April 21 until May 15.

One of the largest wooden tall ships in commission is heading to Plymouth for a three-week visit this spring.

Three-masted barque Kaskelot will be returning to Sutton Harbour, where she drew huge crowds two years ago.

Th ship will be berthed alongside Quay Road from April 21 until May 15 and open for visitors to step aboard and explore.

Local primary schools are invited to book classes for curriculum-themed sail training and history visits during the week, and local businesses can hire the traditionally renovated tall ship for meetings or private events during her stay.

There will also be a Ship to Shore arts and craft market with stalls both on board Kaskelot and on the harbourside on Quay Road on Sunday April 30, including family entertainment and live music.

During Plymouth Pirate Weekend, Kaskelot will offer hands-on sail training sessions for all the family so you can learn how to set the sails (but from the comfort and safety of the harbour berth).

Jessie Atkinson, Ship’s Manager for Kaskelot, said: “We are thrilled to be sailing back to Sutton Harbour this spring, and extending our stay in Plymouth so even more people can come on board and find out about the ship.

“We’re especially excited about the schools’ engagement programme we’ll be offering to enable primary school pupils to learn more about how to rig and sail a traditional tall ship, and find out about the history of sailing at the same time.”

Mark Brimacombe, Marina Manager, said: “Kaskelot is one of the finest wooden tall ships of her age still in commission, and has an incredible history. The ship was enormously popular when she last visited Sutton Harbour in 2015 with people pouring down to Plymouth’s waterfront to tour such a wonderfully well-restored ship, and we have no doubt the fascination will again prove a major draw this spring.”

Kaskelot was built in Denmark in 1948 and worked as a support vessel for Danish fisheries in the Faroe Islands. More recently the barque has appeared in Hollywood films and TV dramas such as Cutthroat Island, Longitude and David Copperfield.

Visitors can board Kaskelot for £3.50 per adult and £2 per child, and funds raised used to support the ongoing maintenance of the vessel.

The Ship to Shore market on April 30 is free to attend and will feature more than 25 stalls manned by local arts and craft traders, as well as food stalls, live music, workshops and family entertainment, running from 10.30am-3.30pm. For more details, visit www.missivyevents.co.uk

During Plymouth Pirate Weekend, special ticketed hands-on sail training sessions will run throughout the day on Saturday May 13 and Sunday May 14, costing £6 for adults and £4 for children, to include lessons on how to set the famous sails as well as a deck quiz and other on-board activities.

To book a sail training lesson for your school or to enquire about corporate hospitality opportunities on board, contact Jessie at [email protected]

Kaskelot – Photo www.rick-tomlinson.com
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Pete BerresfordDon't forget the Nao. Victoria is in Brixham for Pirate festival 28/4/17 to 1:5/17

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Angie SmithThat's awesome!

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Michael Roach ColemanthATS WHY WE LOVE chILDRENS hOSPITAL.

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Jennifer RoyceWow thats awesome you got one for adults

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Brixham Pirate Festival 2017

Brixham Pirate Festival 2017

Apr 29, 10:00am - May 1, 12:00pm

Brixham Harbour
Brixham,  TQ5 8AW Map

The Ghosts Of Port Royale at Tortugas Pirate Ball

The Ghosts Of Port Royale at Tortugas Pirate Ball

May 19, 7:00pm - May 19, 11:00pm

Tortugas' Florida Kitchen and Bar
608 South Oceanside Blvd
Flagler Beach, FL  32136 Map

Come kickoff the 1st Annual Flagler Beach Pirate Invasion at Tortugas Bar and Grille in your best Pirate gear! Ball starts at 7pm and will feature Rusty Cutlass for your Piratical Pleasure! A tantalizing menu and cash bar including Code Rum will be available!
Tickets will be availble starting March 15th so keep a weathered eye out for announcements and additional information.

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May 2017 Movie Premier Party for Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales

May 2017 Movie Premier Party for Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales

May 27, 7:00pm - May 27, 11:55pm

Premiere Theaters Oaks 10
1800 W Hibiscus Blvd
Melbourne, FL  32901 Map

Saturday, May 27, 7:00 pm
Floyd White Real Estate, MadHatterPromotions.com LLC and Brethren of the Space Coast Pirate Crew present
Pirates Of The Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales Premier Party
and Fundraiser for the local Boy Scouts
On the upstairs portico of the Premiere Theaters Oaks 10, 1800 W. Hibiscus Blvd., Melbourne, FL 32901
May 26, 2017 is the release date for the long awaited swashbuckling film Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales (POTC V). 2017 is also the 10th Anniversary of the Brethren of the Space Coast pirate crew. We invite all pirates from near and far to attend a pirate release party and movie viewing.
Admission includes exclusive theater movie ticket, two drinks (Additional drinks may be purchased), chicken wings, chips & dip, sodas and snacks.
ADULTS ONLY! Must be 21+ to consume alcohol. Attendees between 18 and 21 will receive non-alcoholic beverages.
Costume Contests: Ugliest, Jack Sparrow, Prettiest, Sexiest (male/female), Bad Ass. Party like pirates, followed by costume contest, then the movie.
Advance Admission is now $25 until May 1st! After that it will be $30 at the door!
madhatterpromotions.com/2017-pirate-movie-release.php
This is no longer a BYOB event! Previous advance purchases of $20 WILL BE HONORED!
This is a garbed / costumed event. PLEASE no real weapons!
[email protected] 321-543-1346
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Put-in-Bay Pyrate Fest IX

Put-in-Bay Pyrate Fest IX

Jun 22, 4:00pm - Jun 25, 6:00pm

Put-in-Bay, South Bass Island
2190 Langram Rd.
Put-in-Bay, OH  43456 Map

AHOY ye Scallywags, Pirates, Bucaneers, Mermaids, Corsairs, Wenches, and all common folk !
It is time for the Put-in-Bay annual Pyrate fest!
Put-in-Bay’s 9th annual Pyrate Fest sees the return of the Pyrate King for 4 days to find his stolen treasure. Start the weekend on June 22nd with the cardboard boat races. Island businesses paddle their vessels around the downtown harbor in the annual Cardboard Boat Race Championship. Then Friday the pyrates invade the downtown harbor by boat. Saturday fun activities for the entire family, including Kids Costume Contest, and an Adult Costume Contest with the winner headed to the Cayman Islands. Saturday evening is the Bucaneer bash at the Reel Bar. s Sunday is the annual Kids Fest, Sunday is the third annual 5K Pyrate Run & Fun Walk benefiting Stein Hospice. Pyrate Village with Pyrate Marketplace, Faire Wynds Circus, historic displays in cooking, medicine, weapons, and navigation. Lots of re-enactors in pyrate gear. Dress as a pyrate and join the fun. Find more info at pyratefest.org or facebook.com/pyratefest.

For our part Southwind Scallywags will be there and with their tent again the "Repurposed Pirates" Hanging out in the Festival and with a bit of luck and crew we might have our new privateer ship there.
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The offical 2017 Rusty Scupper Pirate Daze event page

The offical 2017 Rusty Scupper Pirate Daze event page

Jun 23, 10:00am - Jun 25, 8:00pm

Westport Marina
Westport, WA  98595 Map

Rusty Scupper Pirate Daze pirate festival in Westport WA held (June 23, 24, and 25,this year). is a FREE three day festival for the ENTIRE family with "kids pirate Olympics" fire dancers, music, vendors ETC. The festival draws thousands of people each year and just keeps getting bigger.This is a place (in addition to the web site) www.rustyscupperspiratedaze.com/ for you to get the most up-to-date information on one of the BEST pirate festivals - family events on the West coast... See MoreSee Less

The Third Annual Newport Pirate Invasion - Tommy Tewsday 2017

The Third Annual Newport Pirate Invasion - Tommy Tewsday 2017

Jun 24, 10:00am - Jun 24, 8:00pm

Newport, RI
Newport, RI  02840-02841 Map

White Bay Events presents the third annual Tommy Tewsday sponsored by Thomas Tew Rum. Come join us for a booze cruise with free rum around Newport Harbor, followed by a scavenger hunt, competitions with prizes, great drink and food deals, and general shenanigans around town. $2 from every ticket goes to The Confetti Foundation so you don't have to be sorry for partying either!

**This is a 21+ event so please bring your IDs**
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Pirates of the Caribbean 5

Pirates of the Caribbean 5

Jul 1, 12:00am

Newest installment of Captain Jack Sparrow's pillagings and plunderings.

Fort Knox Pirate Parlay - 3 Day Festival

Fort Knox Pirate Parlay - 3 Day Festival

Jul 14, 10:00am - Jul 16, 5:00pm

Fort Knox, 740 Fort Knox Road, Prospect, Maine

We ask Ye to join the professional Pirates of the Dark Rose and fearsome Pirates from across the USA for three days of swashbuckling sword fights, duels, cannon fire and Pirate attacks. On July 14, 15, and 16, the pirate ship "Must Roos" will let loose cannon fire on the Fort as she sails the waters of the Penobscot River, in search of booty. The festival will feature a pirate puppet show, pirate parade (all are encouraged to attend dressed in your best pirate attire), best dressed and most authentic sounding pirate contests. This year features the new Dead Pirate's Curse on Saturday night. Something for all ages to enjoy!

Regular Fort admission and a $3 per person event donation requested, because pirates love their gold! Those planning to spend the day may want to bring a lunch. The charge for the pirate ship sail is $25 per person for an hour cruise and cannon firing. The ship leaves from the Bucksport Town dock and tickets may be purchased in advance by calling (207)-469-6553. Advanced purchase is recommended as the ship can only carry six passengers. Note: Cruise tickets are non-refundable. People are encouraged to carpool to the Pirate Day events at the Fort due to limited parking.
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Pirates Invade... Medieval Times!

Pirates Invade... Medieval Times!

Aug 12, 8:00pm

Medieval Times Dinner & Tournament - Dallas
2021 N Stemmons Fwy
Dallas, TX  75207-3108 Map

www.medievaltimes.com/cob

Come join me alongside the Pirates of The Call Of Booty and TRFF for our second annual Pirate Invasion of Medieval Times Dallas!

HOTEL INFO: I will be staying at the Hilton Garden:
2325 N Stemmons Fwy Dallas Tx 75207
214-634-8200

RULES: NO WEAPONS! None! If you bring any, you will be asked to leave them in your vehicle or return them to your room.
PLEASE TIP your serving wenches! They work hard to keep your plates and cups full! Let's show them some appreciation for their hard work! <3
NO BANGING ON THE TABLES!

Garb is highly encouraged but not required! But keep in mind this a family friendly event.

Check back soon for a link to purchase tickets and for more information 😉

I will be updating with event rules and hotel information over the next few days.
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