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A smuggling lugger chased by a naval brig
Thousands of pirates were active between 1650 and 1720, and these years are sometimes known as a 'Golden Age' of piracy. Pirate ships usually carried far more crew than ordinary ships of a similar size - the extra men would take over any captured ships. Pirates also altered their ships so that they could carry far more cannon than merchant ships of the same size.
- Image reference: BHC1109
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London