Charleston Pirate Tours
Pirate History Links
From history to children's activities, here are online pirate resources.
Was Blackbeard actually from the Charleston area? Author Kevin Duffus outlines evidence for that in his book, The Last Days of Black Beard.
"Pirates of the Whydah" from National Geographic
Pirate Image Archive includes pictures of pirates, flags, and more.
St. Augustine Pirate University offers piratical learning opportunities for adults and youngsters while you obtain a diploma that demonstrates your pirate knowledge and skills. SEND EMAIL WITH NEW LINK
Bilgemunky.com- The web's #1 source of pirate news, reviews, and commentary since 2003. SEND EMAIL WITH NEW LINK
Pirates! Fact & Legend
National Maritime Museum in Greenwich, England
Pirate activities for children from making your own pirate chest to creating a pirate dictionary
More children's activities - you can make your very own parrots out of a toilet paper roll!
North Carolina Maritime Museum in Beaufort has artifacts from Blackbeard's flagship, the Queen Anne's Revenge.
Virtual tour of the Pirates Museum in Nassau
Video about Anne Bonny & Mary Read from the History Channel. You'll find links to other pirate videos here, too.
Jolly Roger - Pirate History: Flags flown by the early pirates
Did you know that there is an operetta about pirates?!
Pirates of the Caribbean - not the movie
History Channel Documentary on Pirates of the Caribbean.
Article on pirates & democracy
The Pirate King has all kinds of information on pirates, their ships, weapons, even a sailing simulator.
Pirate links from WebRing
The Pirate's Realm has pirate information and links to other sites.
Pirates of the Bahamas
The Golden Age of Piracy
Pirates and Privateers – The History of Maritime Piracy
Charleston Pirate Tours endeavors to link only to reputable sites, but takes no responsibility for content on these sites.