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The jewel of the British Empire since 1655 and the main sugar-exporting, slave-dependent colony, everything of importance happens here. Its main town, Kingston, was founded in 1692. Port Royal, destroyed by an earthquake, is not quite a safe harbour anymore for privateers and for pirates plying the Spanish trade shipping lanes.
|7||76||Feb 18 2018, 03:56 AM
In: Goofing Around
By: Edmund Campbell
The second-largest island in the Caribbean, divided between French rule (one third, the richest part) and Spanish rule (Eastern two thirds). French, English and Dutch pirates have stopping points in the uninhabited bays. The French part’s capital, Port de Paix, founded in 1665 by filibusters, just across Tortuga, is a flourishing town, surrounded by slave-dependent plantations.
|20||264||Yesterday at 06:44 pm
In: An Officer Always Finds Ano...
By: Julien Bauldry
A small island a little off the coast of Hispaniola, and any pirates’ idea of paradise, it has two main towns, Cayona and Basse Terre, where pirates meet, scheme and party.
|5||24||Yesterday at 04:14 pm
In: Starting Anew Together
By: Maribel Vargas
Anywhere else the story might carry you: Bahamas, Cuba, the Spanish Main and any other Caribbean corner
|5||23||Feb 16 2018, 11:54 PM
In: Virgin Mary's Island
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