Real pirate ships

Discover the captivating world of real pirate ships and uncover their thrilling history. Embark on a journey through time and learn about the legendary pirates who sailed these extraordinary vessels.
The Whydah, which sunk in 1717,  is the only pirate ship that's ever been found. A former slave ship, it was the flagship of the infamous “Black Sam” Bellamy.  Discovered by Barry Clifford in 1984, its treasures are still being recovered. More than 200K artifacts (cannons, coins, gold jewelry, & the ship’s bell) have been brought to the surface. Architecture, Techno, Lugares, Abandoned, Fotografia, Random, The Past, Left, Olds

According to UNESCO, there are as many as three million shipwrecks scattered across the world’s seabed. Under international maritime and salvage law, military wrecks normally remain under the jurisdiction of their governments, while almost anything goes in international waters. To excavate the ocean’s wrecks would take more than 400 years, and its treasures could be

Gary Urgonski