Fernandina Beach and Nassau County's Goodwill Ambassadors to the World!
Do You Want to be a Fernandina Pirate?
Behind the scruffy beards, the plumed hats, leather boots, and tight corsets, the Pirates are active members of the community with real jobs like realtors, nurses, business owners and retirees.
2016 Pirate Picture Day for Club Members
February 16, 2016, is Pirate Picture Day. Please wear your favorite Pirate attire and have your personal bio ready so we can add YOUR Pirate Personality to the website.
2016 Fernandina Pirates Club Scholarship
The Fernandina Pirates Club, Inc. is calling for entries to their scholarship essay contest open to all Nassau County high school seniors. The gnarly scallywags...
Pirates played a major role in the settlement of Amelia Island, Florida, and they're still around today. Founded in October of 1973, the Fernandina Pirates are a lively and active presence in this lovely coastal Florida community.
Although our primary focus is on promoting our annual 'Isle of Eight Flags Shrimp Festival', we are also interested in the community at large and try to do our part to better life in our charming little seaport town.