Pirate Museum
The Pirate Museum, Nassau, the Bahamas.
Pirate Museum
Pirate Museum
A pirate looks from the window of a room in a shanty town where pirates could take refuge.
Pirate Museum
Pirate Museum
The "Revenge," a captured French frigate now controlled by pirates. It had 16 guns and a pirate crew of 200.
Pirate Museum
Pirate Museum
Another view of the "Revenge."
Pirate Museum
Pirate Museum
Pirates!
Pirate Museum
Pirate Museum
Below deck, stolen treasures and supplies while at sea.
Pirate Museum
Pirate Museum
A cannon and more provisions for the ship.
Pirate Museum
Pirate Museum
The notorious female pirates Anne Bonny and Mary Read dispute their share.
Pirate Museum
Pirate Museum
Marooned, left to die alone.
Pirate Museum
Pirate Museum
A painting of pirates burying a treasure.
Pirate Museum
Pirate Museum
Pirates capturing and boarding another ship.
Pirate Museum
Pirate Museum
Another view of capturing and boarding a ship.
Pirate Museum
Pirate Museum
Perhaps these are "lawmen," plotting how to capture some pirates.
Pirate Museum
Pirate Museum
A view toward the dungeons where condemned pirates were held.
Pirate Museum
Pirate Museum
A pirate waits to be executed.
Pirate Museum
Pirate Museum
Perhaps they will hang him in the square in this contraption. Eventually the birds will eat his flesh.
Pirate Museum
Pirate Museum
Is this the governor awaiting an execution of a pirate? Or could it be a pirate strolling in a pirate safe haven?
Pirate Museum
Pirate Museum
The skull and crossbones, the most feared flag on the seven seas.
Pirate Museum
Pirate Museum
This pirate marked the end of the musem tour and the entrance into the gift shop.
Pirate Museum
Pirate Museum
Conditions and Diet at Sea.
Pirate Museum
Pirate Museum
Surgery at sea and pirate weapons.
Pirate Museum
Pirate Museum
Why did the pirates disappear? Actually, there is a now a new breed of pirates operating in waters off the coast of Africa. They go after oil tankers, container ships, and even large cruise ships.
Pirate Museum