The Seattle Seafair Pirates Official Web Site - Pirate Kings of the Northwest since 1949  It's a high-humored heist by the Seattle SEAFAIR Pirates. The salty troupe's shenanigans and formidable float, the Duck, have become synonymous with SEAFAIR revelry. The Pirates, originally members of the Washington State Press Club's Ale & Quail Society, banded together in 1949 to promote Seattle and Seafair while having fun and serving the community. Despite their bad-guy image, the Pirates make dozens of appearances annually to hospitals and nursing homes. During the height of Seattle's SEAFAIR Celebration, they appear at several events and parades each day.  The 40+ Pirates are an elite troupe who carefully selects their members based on their ability to mix well with the public and for their unique musical or theatrical talents.

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Seafair Pirate Adventures

 
 All the Pirates. Past and Present
History Of Log Books A History of Log Books Sea Tales from Seafair Pirates Past.
Confused about the Cosmos? Don't know which way to turn? The Mysterious Madame Lucille knows all...
Recipe of the Week Pirate Patterson's Recipe of the week Our Scurvy Chef's show you how to create world class meals for us. 
Index of Past Recipes Index of Past Recipes
The Official Seafair Pirates Family Recipe Book

Dead Bob's TRUE tales of the Northwest "Dead Bob Tells No Tales!"
GroupPic.jpg (52005 bytes) Half a Century of Captain Kidds
Fan Mail
JacquesScottCalendar.jpg (71782 bytes) Seafair Pirates were featured in the 2000 Cayman Island Promotional Calendar
Davy Jones Locker Dar Westfall
Oct. 14, 1946 - Dec. 9, 1999
Bill Bullock
Apr. 29, 1959 - Mar. 30, 2002
Morie Lohre
Jul. 20, 1949 - Jun. 3, 2002

Tom Chase
1919
- Dec. 20, 2005

Roger Kelly
Dec. 4, 2005

Santos Lopez
Feb. 13, 2007

 
BANG! 
A blast of black smoke and the smell of gunpowder fill the air as a seasoned crew of scallywags and swashbucklers storm your way!  It's a high-humored heist by the Seattle SEAFAIR Pirates. The salty troupe's shenanigans and formidable float, the Duck, have become synonymous with SEAFAIR revelry. The Pirates, originally members of the Washington State Press Club's Ale & Quail Society, banded together in 1949 to promote Seattle and Seafair while having fun and serving the community. Despite their bad-guy image, the Pirates make dozens of appearances annually to hospitals and nursing homes.  During the height of Seattle's SEAFAIR Celebration, they appear at several events and parades each day.

The 40+ Pirates are an elite troupe who carefully selects their members based on their ability to mix well with the public and for their unique musical or theatrical talents. The Pirates come from many professions and are tested for a year to ensure that they can deal safely and entertainingly with the public.

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