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A sailor's name for someone who has never been at sea
"Shiver me timbers!"
An expression of surprise.
Akind of pirate that sailed the Caribbean in the 1600's.
A sailor's word for "left"
A sailor's word for "right"
"Yo ho ho!"
an expression used by jolly pirates
"I see land"
A disease caused by lack of vitamin C
"Haul up the anchor and set sail!"
A trading ship loaded with cargo
a captured ship
As soon as sailors were able to walk easily across the rolling deck and not get seasick, they had their "sea legs"
"Swab the deck!"
"mop the ship's deck"
"About the leaks!"
An order to fix the leaks in the hull
Small shellfish that attaches itself to underside of the ship
Ablast from all the guns and cannons on one side of a ship
Brightly colored cotton fabric.
To pull a ship onto its side in order to clean its hull.
The goods carried by a ship.
Code of conduct
A set of rules that told pirates how they should behave.
Describing a place where no people live.
A fight between two people armed with swords or pistols.
A carving of a person, usually of wood, on the front of a ship.
A large ship, usually with three masts and square sails.
A ship that uses oars to move.
A place where ships are sheltered from rough waves.
To leave someone on a deserted island.
A game in which pirates pretend to be judges, lawyers and prisoners in a courtroom
To excuse a person's crimes.
A wooden frame with holes to hold a person's head and hands.
A gun that is held in one hand.
A pirate loyal to the king, queen, or government of a country.
A ship with triangular sails and two or more masts.
A sailboat with a single mast and two sails.