THE ONLY MAGAZINE CREATED BY PYRATES FOR PYRATES!
Testimonials     Our History (Blog)     Swag     Site Map
Bulletin Board     Submissions     Pyrate Wiki
Loading
HOME
ADVERTS
ISSUES
STATISTICS
ARTICLES
PODCAST
CALENDAR
GREEN
RANDOM WENCH OF THE QUARTER
Click HERE to find out how YOU
could be our next Wench of the Quarter.
P Y R A T E S   W A Y   N E WS
July 8, 2015.

Issue 28 NOW Available!

    The Pyrates Way Issue number 28 is now available for FREE Download. GET YOURS BY CLICKING HERE. Inside you'll find articles about the Tricorn, The TV show Firefly, Captain Morgan (the pyrate AND the rum), and much, much more!
    PYRATES 4 PATRIOTS GALA!. The date's been set for November 14, 2015 and will feature Captain Fletcher Moone of the Pyrates Royale as EmCee and The Brigands. There will be an OPEN bar and lots of great eats. All ticket holders will receive a collectible ticket, full-color program, and lots of treasure and booty. The Gala not only celbrates the TEN YEAR ANNIVERSARY of The Pyrates Way but we'll be raising money for the Wounded Warriors Project to help our returning injured troops get their lives back on track. Details will be found by CLICKING HERE. (Please note that all details are subject to change)

If you want the printed versions of back issues, wow have we got a deal for YOU! Now you can own EVERY PRINTED issue of The Pyrates Way magazine for just $50 with FREE shipping via priority mail. There are a lot more goodies in this giftpack so order one for yourself and one for a friend. At the moment, this gift pack includes a copy of sold-out issues not available in almost a decade. When the issues are gone. . .they're GONE forever. CLICK HERE TO PURCHASE

As always, if you want to contact the publisher, please email Commodore Black Fox at: Publisher@PyratesWay.com.

Ship's Tonnage
Tonnage, as it refers to a ship's cargo, comes from the word "tun" which was a barrel used to transport wine. "Tunnage" referred to how many barrels of wine would fit in the ship's cargo bay.
P Y R A T E   H I S T O R Y
August 12, 1718
Stede Bonnet captures a shallop in the Cape Fear River, two months after being pardoned under "The Act of Grace."

ISSUE NUMBER 28 - AVAILABLE JULY 2015
                             
This website is strictly as an addendum to the publication THE PYRATES WAY magazine, All Rights Are Reserved (foreign and domestic) and all information is subject to change without notice. No infringements are in any way intended and neither THE PYRATES WAY or Kimball Publications, LLC are to be held in any way responsible for the accuracy of the information contained herein. All graphics, content, design, layout, code and supplemental information are © 2006 - 2015 by Kimball Publications, LLC.