Nearly 2,500 men – and a few women – were engaged in piracy in the Caribbean between the 1500s and the 1830s. As these brazen buccaneers rampaged around the islands what were their home countries doing about them? What brought about their demise? And why are we still entranced by their dastardly deeds? (Think Johnny Depp…)Views: 25 | Enquiries: 0
My maritime heroes, ships and pirates are my passion! As I travel the world giving talks on cruise ships, I research the ports and places we visit for more information on, and photos relating to, the naval heroes, explorers, circumnavigators, pirates and privateers sailing the world up to five centuries ago.
I'm an experienced speaker, member of Toastmasters International, and frequent finalist in speech contests. I also belong to the Society for Nautical Research, and the Yachting Journalists' Association.
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