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Question of fredeleme (03.21.2016): How fast did a boat of the Hispaņola type from the Treasure Island book move?
A: This boat was a schooner. Its speed could vary between 5 and 14 knots, (between 6 and 16mph, or between 9 and 26km/h).



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Who was the cruelest pirate? And who was the fairest?
To reply to a game at school, 1.What did pirates hide in the sand? 2.What operation should incoming pirates perform on a dock side in order not to fail? 3.Where are the toilets on a boat?
Could pirates catch gangrene on boats?
Who are the four most famous pirates?
Hello, I saw some names of ships before the term "HMS". I want to know what it means. Thank you. :)

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