To get the ball really rolling for the 1st Fernandina Pirate Festival, the Pirates need a logo for the event. Be as creative as you’d like, but please keep the following information in mind…
A dozen Nassau County girls competed for the chance to win a $1,000 scholarship. After a gut-wrenching tie, the beautiful winners were finally announced!
In a brand new adventure created for St. Marys Express, pirates from the Fernandina Pirate Club will take part in the May 16 & 23 Pirate Express Rides in St. Marys.
Tuesday evenings scores of community members, including business owners, nurses, and retired military men and women, gather to discuss their next plan of attack.
The Fernandina Pirates Club is calling for entries to our scholarship essay contest open to all Nassau County high school seniors. You may think us simple, gnarly scallywags, but in fact we offer two separate awards. One winner will be given some
Pirates head to St. Mary’s on Valentines Day to participate in the Mardi Gras parade and chili cook-off; this year’s theme is “Love Story.”
In October of 1973, the Fernandina Pirates Club, Inc. was organized as a not for profit, under the Laws of the State of Florida, who’s membership “shall be limited to persons not under 19 years of age who have an interest in promoting the annual Shrimp Festival and in promoting…
Fernandina Pirate’s Club Board of Directors threw a party for Pirates, Swabbies and their families.
The Fernandina Pirates Club is excited to announce our Wooden Nickel Program.
The Club needs pictures and bios of our current membership to complete the website.