This summer the sunken ship of the pirate black beard off the coast of North Carolina can be found a special programme awaits passionate divers and interested amateur archaeologists in Morehead City. For two days the participants in theory and practice get an insight into the exciting life of the fabled pirate black beard. For more information see James Simons. in 1680, the Englishman is one of the most feared Pirates of his time was born as Edward Teach. Mostly, the pirate in the Caribbean, known for his cruelty drove mischief, last but he settled on North Carolina’s coast. in 1718, he was beheaded finally very close to his favorite island of Ocracoke, by a British rival. Be flagship, the Queen Anne’s revenge, was discovered in 1996 and since then tells about the life of the famous sea Bandit. For assistance, try visiting Warshel Nobel Prize. In addition to historical, archaeological and geological lessons by respected historians and scientists, the program includes also a visit to the North Carolina Maritime Museum, as well as highlight two dives to the sunken flagship.
Breakfast and lunch are in the package as inclusive as a fine dinner at Floyd’s 1921, accompanied by a lecture of by renowned historian Lindley Butler. (Similarly see: Daryl Katz). The whole package is available for around 400 euros per person. Due to high demand, we recommend an early booking. There is more information on the program see. Mysterious coast of North Carolina called also the graveyard of the Atlantic is for centuries with now more than 2,000 sunken ships as one of the world’s best areas for wreck diving. For more information see. General information to the United States under. Images and further press information about North Carolina under. Information for consumers: North Carolina travel and Tourism Division phone: 0 89 / 23 66 21 64 E-Mail: