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Pirate Related Street Names

7157074278_0955eb48a2_bI love driving into sub-divisions and seeing themed named streets! Pulling into this one made me smile being a history buff remembering the stories of Pirates in movies and literature.

Galleon: A large, multi-decked sailing ship used from the 16th to 18th centuries.

Cutlass: Is a short, broad sabre or slashing sword, with a straight or slightly curved blade often featuring a solid cupped or basket-shaped guard.

Doubloon: Coins mostly associated being made out of gold coming from Spain and found in sunken treasure.

Privateer: A private person or ship authorized by a government to assist in capturing pirates and foreign vessels against their government.

You can find these Pirate themed street names for yourself by turning at Mile Marker 23.0 oceanside onto Cutthroat Drive and just begin driving noticing as many different names that remind you of an era gone by.

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