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The World Wide Pirate Community is a group created to allow pirates around the world to converse with one another and share experiences, event dates and locations, wares and talents. Forthcoming in this space will be presented this CREW's Articles.

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The World Wide Pirate Community is a group created to allow pirates around the world to converse with one another and share experiences, event dates and locations, wares and talents.

Articles of WWPC:

Article 1. All who enter here are asked to treat any others as ye would have them treat you.

Article 2. ALWAYS remember Article 1.

Article 3: Have FUN.

Honorably yours,
Captn Angelo Jones OP (originating pirate), pirate, juggler, scurvy ferret, rock whisperer, bubble/orb artist and all round dangerous entertainer

p.s. It be asked that ALL who enter into and agree to this group treat others as you would treat ye self ... that is all ...

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Sunday February 18th, 2018 - 11:04 am

On a winter raid... Perhaps just crossing the Delaware .... Thanks James Mobius ....! ... See MoreSee Less

Sunday February 18th, 2018 - 10:24 am

www.facebook.com/raphaelvinci.art
If anyone is interested in bidding on this custom cockade raising funds for another pirate who could use a little help due to serious illness...please follow link to my page (above). Please...NO BIDDING HERE.
iF THIS IS DEEMED INAPPROPRIATE FOR THIS PAGE, PLEASE LET ME KNOW AND I WILL BE HAPPY TO REMOVE.
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https://www.facebook.com/raphaelvinci.art 
If anyone is interested in bidding on this custom cockade raising funds for another pirate who could use a little help due to serious illness...please follow link to my page (above).  Please...NO BIDDING HERE.  
iF THIS IS DEEMED INAPPROPRIATE FOR THIS PAGE, PLEASE LET ME KNOW AND I WILL BE HAPPY TO REMOVE.

Sunday February 18th, 2018 - 9:49 am

My new sign. ... See MoreSee Less

My new sign.
Laura F Greengrass shared Thar Be Pirates Among Us's post to the group: WORLD WIDE PIRATE COMMUNITY.
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Sunday February 18th, 2018 - 8:50 am

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Sunday February 18th, 2018 - 2:00 am

It'd be Saturday nigh n time fer da rum review. You wouldn't think that in Mexico you would find a distillery that makes rum, well there is. Licores Veracruz Distillery was founded in the late 18th century in Veracruz, Mexico and stayed there until 1950 when the Villanueva Barragán family took over the operation and moved it to Cordoba, where it remains today. Located in south Central Mexico near the Gulf, the warm humid climate makes a perfect influence over the barrels aging process. They use a natural found yeast to ferment the molasses in open tanks. Then in both continuous column and pot stills the ferment is distilled to produce their many rums. It is not stated which of these stills is used for the 15 Años from Macambo. The 15 year or Años is a single barrel rum for which no blending is done. One cask is used for each batch. Produced in small quantities for a superb spirit. Aged in European oak barrels and bottled at 80 proof. The bottle I have is a 500 ml and bottle number 207 from barrel 1515. The distillery also produces other spirits as well. Obviously tequila and mezcal are going to be distilled there but they also make a sugar cane spirit, vermouth and vodka.
In the bottle the rum is a dark brownish amber and in the snifter it lightens up only a little and has a copper highlight. The legs seem to want to cling to the crest but do eventually fall ever so slowly. There is a smoky oak that lies beneath the caramel notes and dark molasses aroma. It's very much like the Pompero Anniversario I reviewed last year but with low notes of light vanilla.
My first neat sip offered a burst of hot chilies with a little bit of caramel sweetness that comes through with the flavors of toffee and leather. The oak tannins are prevalent and pair well with the pipe tobacco. Over ice the chilies are dulled out but your able to still find them in the palette. I think I prefer it over ice, only because it brings out more sweet.
Neat or over ice that has partly melted is a great way to enjoy Macambo. For mixing I'd go with cola or ginger based soda (ale or beer)
My drink tonight, I'm going with a dirty mojito with ice skulls.
Some of you may know that the wife and I are going on a cruise next week. For those who did not please note that I'll be skipping the reviews next weekend but will return the first weekend of March. I may find the next rums to review while taking this well needed time away. There will be plenty of rum on the ship I only hope they don't run out, because not only are we going but we're going with a group of like minded pirates. So me hearties yo ho and plenty a rum fer ye all. May ye week be plentiful and bountiful. May the plunder gal into ye hands. So be scourge of your domain and stay safe, stay alert, stay alive and drink responsibly mates plunder well. Until the next review, down the hatch.
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Itd be Saturday nigh n time fer da rum review. You wouldnt think that in Mexico you would find a distillery that makes rum, well there is. Licores Veracruz Distillery was founded in the late 18th century in Veracruz, Mexico and stayed there until 1950 when the Villanueva Barragán family took over the operation and moved it to Cordoba, where it remains today. Located in south Central Mexico near the Gulf, the warm humid climate makes a perfect influence over the barrels aging process. They use a natural found yeast to ferment the molasses in open tanks. Then in both continuous column and pot stills the ferment is distilled to produce their many rums. It is not stated which of these stills is used for the 15 Años from Macambo. The 15 year or Años is a single barrel rum for which no blending is done. One cask is used for each batch. Produced in small quantities for a superb spirit. Aged in European oak barrels and bottled at 80 proof. The bottle I have is a 500 ml and bottle number 207 from barrel 1515. The distillery also produces other spirits as well.  Obviously tequila and mezcal are going to be distilled there but they also make a sugar cane spirit, vermouth and vodka. 
   In the bottle the rum is a dark brownish amber and in the snifter it lightens up only a little and has a copper highlight. The legs seem to want to cling to the crest but do eventually fall ever so slowly. There is a smoky oak that lies beneath the caramel notes and dark molasses aroma. Its very much like the Pompero Anniversario I reviewed last year but with low notes of light vanilla.
   My first neat sip offered a burst of hot chilies with a little bit of caramel sweetness that comes through with the flavors of toffee and leather. The oak tannins are prevalent and pair well with the pipe tobacco. Over ice the chilies are dulled out but your able to still find them in the palette. I think I prefer it over ice, only because it brings out more sweet. 
   Neat or over ice that has partly melted is a great way to enjoy Macambo. For mixing Id go with cola or ginger based soda (ale or beer)
My drink tonight, Im going with a dirty mojito with ice skulls. 
   Some of you may know that the wife and I are going on a cruise next week. For those who did not please note that Ill be skipping the reviews next weekend but will return the first weekend of March. I may find the next rums to review while taking this well needed time away. There will be plenty of rum on the ship I only hope they dont run out, because not only are we going but were going with a group of like minded pirates. So me hearties yo ho and plenty a rum fer ye all. May ye week be plentiful and bountiful. May the plunder gal into ye hands. So be scourge of your domain and stay safe, stay alert, stay alive and drink responsibly mates plunder well. Until the next review, down the hatch.
Daniel ValdezJr shared PiratesMilitia's post to the group: WORLD WIDE PIRATE COMMUNITY.
Daniel ValdezJr

Saturday February 17th, 2018 - 11:22 pm

Me a year later still after Black Sails ended. (Now what do I watch?) #BlackSails #PirateLife ... See MoreSee Less

 

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My first tat was based on Black Sails.

Yea.... 🙁

Black Sails was beautiful Flint was an emo idiot.

Anyone have any great pirate show ideas? Non piratical show we like is outlander

I thought they were following up Black Sails with Treasure Island....

Still miss it!

So sad! I'm watching the Shanarra Chronicles on Netflix. U can always catch up on Vikings episodes as well?

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Mason Vincent shared Captain Black's post to the group: WORLD WIDE PIRATE COMMUNITY.
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Saturday February 17th, 2018 - 10:45 pm

Adventure ... See MoreSee Less

Adventure
Mason Vincent shared Captain Black's post to the group: WORLD WIDE PIRATE COMMUNITY.
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Saturday February 17th, 2018 - 10:36 pm

Tricorn in pink ... See MoreSee Less

Tricorn in pink

 

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What tricorn?

How pretty!

Marck Forget shared Festival Des Pirates's post to the group: WORLD WIDE PIRATE COMMUNITY.
Marck Forget

Saturday February 17th, 2018 - 10:00 pm

Chant pirate du jour ~ Pirate song of the day
18-02-2018
Good night all!!
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William Drummond shared Messengers of Death Gaming Community's post to the group: WORLD WIDE PIRATE COMMUNITY.
William Drummond

Saturday February 17th, 2018 - 9:10 pm

Hopefully more details regarding an Open Beta will be out soon! Keep a weather eye mateys! Can't wait to sail the Sea of Thieves once more!The sun is beginning to set on the Sea of Thieves scale test, but we were able to get a few more captains into the game to sail for this short period.

Keep an eye out here for more updates regarding a possible Open Beta before the March 20th launch date.

Fair winds and following seas captains!
-Tiberius/Drummond
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Hopefully more details regarding an Open Beta will be out soon! Keep a weather eye mateys! Cant wait to sail the Sea of Thieves once more!

Saturday February 17th, 2018 - 6:44 pm

Uncle George found 8 great 3-5 oz veg-tan cowsides in matte black for your crafting. These sides run 17-22 sqft, and would be ideal for sheathes, holsters, chaps, saddlebags, boots, gauntlet cuffs.......and anything else your creative mind can dream up!! You can own 1 or more of these for $50 plus $20 USA s/h. Canada s/h is $65. Please comment with your email address and I'll send you a payment request. What will you make with black veg-tanned leather??

Thanks for looking....!!! 🙂
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Uncle George found 8 great 3-5 oz veg-tan cowsides in matte black for your crafting. These sides run 17-22 sqft, and would be ideal for sheathes, holsters, chaps, saddlebags, boots, gauntlet cuffs.......and anything else your creative mind can dream up!! You can own 1 or more of these for $50 plus $20 USA s/h. Canada s/h is $65. Please comment with your email address and Ill send you a payment request. What will you make with black veg-tanned leather??

Thanks for looking....!!!  :)
Marck Forget shared Festival Des Pirates's post to the group: WORLD WIDE PIRATE COMMUNITY.
Marck Forget

Saturday February 17th, 2018 - 6:11 pm

Photo pirate du jour, Pirate picture of the day
Foto pirata del dí
18.02.2018
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Ric Vince ☠

My kind of Scally Wags !!

Saturday February 17th, 2018 - 6:07 pm

Philadelphia Derringers
Asking 175 per piece plus 10 shipped or 340 shipped for the pair. Half and full cock work properly. Pm if interested
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Philadelphia Derringers
Asking 175 per piece plus 10 shipped or 340 shipped for the pair.  Half and full cock work properly.  Pm if interested

 

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Darker one is sold

Saturday February 17th, 2018 - 6:04 pm

Antique Silver Color Pirate Set
$39 - St Petersburg, FL

Antique Silver Color Pirate Set
$39. Only 1 AVAILABLE
Shipping 4.00
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Antique Silver Color Pirate Set
$39 - St Petersburg, FL

Antique Silver Color Pirate Set
$39. Only 1 AVAILABLE 
Shipping 4.00

 

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Antique: a collectible object such as a piece of furniture or work of art that has a high value because of its considerable age.

Saturday February 17th, 2018 - 5:23 pm

Men's or Ladies Skull Necklace
$28 - St Petersburg, FL

Men's or Ladies Skull Necklace
22" Long Now... Can be Made Shorter for a woman if need be
❤️☠️❤️☠️❤️☠️❤️☠️❤️☠️❤️
$28. Shipping 4.00
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Mens or Ladies Skull Necklace
$28 - St Petersburg, FL

Mens or Ladies Skull Necklace
22 Long Now... Can be Made Shorter for a woman if need be
❤️☠️❤️☠️❤️☠️❤️☠️❤️☠️❤️
$28.  Shipping 4.00

 

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Eddy Germain

Saturday February 17th, 2018 - 4:52 pm

Hematite Skull Set
$39 - St Petersburg, FL

Hematite Skull Set
$39. Only 1 AVAILABLE
Shipping 4.00
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Hematite Skull Set
$39 - St Petersburg, FL

Hematite Skull Set
$39. Only 1 AVAILABLE 
Shipping 4.00

Saturday February 17th, 2018 - 4:46 pm

A Celtic Cross Set
$40 - St Petersburg, FL

A Celtic Cross Set
Bling Cross with Shamrock Bead Sides
$40. Shipping 4.00
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A Celtic Cross Set
$40 - St Petersburg, FL

A Celtic Cross Set
Bling Cross with Shamrock Bead Sides
$40. Shipping 4.00

Friday February 16th, 2018 - 10:37 am

Books
$3 - Santa Ponsa Majorca

Transported For Life. An historical saga set in 1787.

Falsely accused of the theft of a yard of ribbon; Cordelia Brown is arrested, found guilty and sentenced to ‘Death by Hanging’. The shock brings her to her time and her child is still born. A fellow prisoner dies of consumption the same night and the other prisoners lay the dead child in her arms. Cordelia now assumes the other woman’s name and sentence, which is to be ‘Transported for Life’. We follow her trials as she and her fellow prisoners are forced to march all over southern England in mid winter in order to board ship for an uncertain future on the other side of the world.

In 1770 Captain James Cook had surveyed a large bay in the new found territory of Australasia and declared it ‘Good for settlement’. Seventeen nyears later, the Government of the day organised a fleet of 11 ships and in May 1787 they sailed for an uncertain future on the far side of the world carrying 750 prisoners along with their marine guards and all the accoutirments required to found a new colony. It served a double purpose in that it eased the prison population and claimed a new land for the Crown. Among the prisoners looking whistfully astern as England faded into the mist was Cordelia Brown.

Available for $2.99 from:-
www.amazon.com/E.-Van-Johnson/e/B0080CJMPY

Reviews
By Jay A. Miller
An historical romance set in the late 1700 at the time of the first Transportation Fleet to Australia. This book is extremely well written and is both exciting and thrilling.
This author has spent time in many of these areas and tells the story well. A book that draws you in and keeps you in suspense.

By Kathryn Treat
Transported for Life.
This is a wonderfully written book set in the late 1700's. I thoroughly enjoyed the suspense, as Cordelia met one challenge after another. I also learned a bit of history as I had never heard of prisoners being transported in this way.

By Maria Jesus Garcia Valcarce
A romance set in the eighteenth century and takes us to Australia.
Interesting book and author who has taken time to create a plausible historical novel. Very enjoyable book.
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Books
$3 - Santa Ponsa Majorca

Transported For Life. An historical saga set in 1787.

Falsely accused of the theft of a yard of ribbon; Cordelia Brown is arrested, found guilty and sentenced to ‘Death by Hanging’. The shock brings her to her time and her child is still born. A fellow prisoner dies of consumption the same night and the other prisoners lay the dead child in her arms. Cordelia  now assumes the other woman’s name and sentence, which is to be ‘Transported for Life’. We follow her trials as she and her fellow prisoners are forced to march all over southern England in mid winter in order to board ship for an uncertain future on the other side of the world.

 In 1770 Captain James Cook had surveyed  a large bay in the new found territory of Australasia and declared it ‘Good for settlement’. Seventeen nyears later, the Government of the day organised a fleet of 11 ships and in May 1787 they sailed for an uncertain future on the far side of the world carrying 750 prisoners along with their marine guards and all the accoutirments required to found a new colony. It served a double purpose in that it eased the prison population and claimed a new land for the Crown. Among the prisoners looking whistfully astern as England faded into the mist was Cordelia Brown.

Available for $2.99 from:-
http://www.amazon.com/E.-Van-Johnson/e/B0080CJMPY

Reviews
By Jay A. Miller 
An historical romance set in the late 1700 at the time of the first Transportation Fleet to Australia. This book is extremely well written and is both exciting and thrilling.
This author has spent time in many of these areas and tells the story well. A book that draws you in and keeps you in suspense.

By Kathryn Treat
Transported for Life.
This is a wonderfully written book set in the late 1700s. I thoroughly enjoyed the suspense, as Cordelia met one challenge after another. I also learned a bit of history as I had never heard of prisoners being transported in this way.

By Maria Jesus Garcia Valcarce 
A romance set in the eighteenth century and takes us to Australia.
Interesting book and author who has taken time to create a plausible historical novel. Very enjoyable book.

 

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Many thanks Yvette Natalie, Matt Charles, Tim Fagan, Kenneth Owen Hilty & Thomas Hart. Much appreciated.

Thank you James Jenkins.

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