Restored early 18th century pirate ship. Photo by Bob Schulman.
NASSAU, NEW PROVIDENCE ISLAND, THE BAHAMAS — Imagine a cozy bay full of sloops, schooners and brigantines, all anchored under Jolly Rogers flapping in the gentle breezes. Ashore, their crews – better than a thousand of the era’s bloodiest scofflaws – are drowning themselves in booze, punching each other around and otherwise forgetting about the pirate business in dozens of sleazy taverns lining the bay of Nassau.
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