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"How do men act on a sinking ship? Do they hold each other?  Do they pass around the whisky?  Do they cry?"--SEBASTIAN JUNGER. 

In March, 2015, Model Ship Master successfully delivered three pirate ship models to the South Carolina State Museum and one model to Schiele Museum of Natural History.


This 36" long scratch-built,  superior hollow hull Queen Anne's Revenge pirate ship replica was commissioned by the owner of Fry's electronics.
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Black Pearl

A famous pirate model ship featured in several recent movies.  Have a look at our model to find out why many have said that we are second to none. 
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Flying Dutchman
Movie version

The Flying Dutchman has been seen by sailors in those waters for hundreds of years. Its appearance is considered a harbinger of doom.  One of the most famous sightings was first by a seaman then by Prince George in 1881. The seaman who first sighted the Dutchman fell off from the topmast and died later in the same day.  
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Jolly Roger

A very unique pirate ship replica featured in movie Hook (1991) directed by Steven Spielberg.


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Flying Dutchman
ghost ship


On 11 July 1881, the Royal Navy ship  Bacchante was rounding the tip of Africa, when they were confronted with the sight of The Flying Dutchman. The midshipman, a prince who later became King George V, recorded that the lookout man and the officer of the watch had seen the Flying Dutchman....

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Queen Anne's Revenge



Queen Anne's Revenge was the largest pirate ships to ever sail the Spanish Main.  No ship played a more dramatic role in the history of piracy in the Americas. Blackbeard used Queen Anne's Revenge as his prime weapon during the height of his reign of terror. During the 7 months in Blackbeard's command, Queen Anne's Revenge took a whooping 18 ships.  

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The Inferno is One-Eyed Willy's pirate ship. Willy and his band of pirates sailed it through all the seven seas back in the 1600s. Willy sealed the ship and it's crew within a cave to escape the British armada that had been sent after him. Hundreds of years later, the Goonies find the ship still intact and seaworthy, along with the precious treasure and deceased crew aboard.

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Black Prince


In 1795, while he was Ambassador to France, Ben Franklin purchased a small French schooner. He manned the vessel with Portuguese sailors, but appointed an American captain.  The ship was nearly invisible at night, as she was painted black above the waterline. Franklin aptly named her Black Prince and sent her to raid British merchant shipping. Black Prince gained a reputation as a courageous privateer, taking prizes in the English Channel and even attacking British ships in their home ports. the prizes and booty she captured were sent home to the Colonies to help win the War for Independence.

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Sloop William


Anne Bonny is probably the most famous female pirate to sail the Spanish Main.  She is most famous for her words when her husband Calico Jack was granted permission to see her the last time on the night before his execution.  She scolded him: "I'm sorry to see you here, Jack, but if you'd have fought like a man you needn't hang like a dog." 
sloop william
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pirate ship


Sea-going Mediterranean peoples greatly favored xebecs as corsairs.  The corsairs built their xebecs with a narrow floor to achieve a higher speed than their victims, but with a considerable beam in order to enable them to carry an extensive sail-plan.  The lateen rig of the xebec allowed the ship to sail close hauled to the wind, something that often give it an advantage in pursuit or escape. 

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This beautiful copper clad Nautilus submarine model was featured in the movie 20,000 leagues Under the Seas.


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This Nautilus submarine model was featured in the movie The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen.


NAUTILUS ship model
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Henry Morgan had a fearsome reputation as a naval strategist and ruthless pirate operating against Britain's enemies, Spain, France and Holland.   He led his crew on many successful raids, including a spectacular attack on Panama City in 1670 that earned him a knighthood.  


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Adventure Galley


William Kidd was such a successful privateer in New York and the West Indies that he was called back to serve England. The King’s officers offered him a new powerful ship: the Adventure Galley.  The Adventure Galley was well suited to the task of catching pirates; weighing over 284 tons, equipped with 34 cannons, and 150 men.


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