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February, 2010 | Pilgrimage to Execution Dock

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February, 2010 | Pilgrimage to Execution Dock



The Pilgrimage to Execution Dock is an annual social gathering for pirate re-enactors in and around London.

We gather in costume and visit some site of Pirate, or Maritime interest, before making our way to The Prospect Of Whitby Pub at Wapping, the site of Execution Dock, where, amongst others, Captain Kidd was hanged. There we drink a toast to those who have danced the Hempen Jig. This year we have arranged to put on a fund raising display for the Cutty Sark.

The Cutty Sark, built in 1869 is the last surviving 19th Century Tea Clipper. In May 2007, whilst undergoing a major renovation, The Cutty Sark caught fire. Fortunately, most of the timbers had been removed for preservation, but the damage to her superstructure was extensive. She is due to reopen to the public in 2010. Cutty Sark website. This is an opportunity to meet up with other pirate enthusiasts, to have a fun day out, and to help raise funds for a fine old ship.

If you would like more information, visit the UK Pirate Brotherhood Forum or contact Capt. "Tall Paul" Adams by email

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