Fernandina Beach and Nassau County's Goodwill Ambassadors to the World!

Are you Ready for Some High School Football

Are you Ready for Some High School Football
Fernandina Beach High School Football Calendar

2017 Scholarship Program Accepting Essays

2017 Scholarship Program Accepting Essays
All contestants must submit a 750 word essay to the Pirates Club, by Monday April 10, 2017.

Pirates Help Stop Hunger Now

Pirates Help Stop Hunger Now
Every week, volunteers package millions of meals through Stop Hunger Now's meal packaging program and in 2017 the Pirates are getting onboard!

Fernandina’s 2017 Pirates on the Run

Fernandina’s 2017 Pirates on the Run
Amelia Island's own "Run Like a Pirate Day" is coming soon. It's the annual Pirates on the Run 5K/10K, and it's one of the most colorful running and walking eventsĀ arrrrrrrrround!

New Captain on Board the Pirate Club’s Ship

New Captain on Board the Pirate Club’s Ship
With the ship in order, 2017 is getting off to a fantastic start.

Pirates Give an Amelia Island History Lesson

Pirates Give an Amelia Island History Lesson
The history of Amelia Island, here in northeast Florida, included pirates and smuggling. Our natural deep water harbor made it convenient for large ships to come to the Port of Fernandina.
The Fernandina Pirates Club is made up entirely of colorful and lively volunteers who have served their community since 1973. Both the City of Fernandina Beach and Nassau County have given the Fernandina Pirates Club proclamations declaring them as their goodwill ambassadors to the world. Operating as a non-profit corporation, the pirates conduct blood drives, fund two scholarship programs, promote the annual Isle of Eight Flags Shrimp Festival, and entertain kids of all ages at a wide variety of schools and other non-profit organizations.
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