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Question of christine76 (10.27.2015): Where were pirates most present? I thank you in advance and congratulations on this site.
Tortuga islandA: Pirates were most present in the Caribbean, specifically in Tortuga Island north of Santo Domingo, which was a nest of pirates and a strategic point to catch the Spaniards.

They were also present at Port Royal in Jamaica, Basseterre in Saint Christophe, and Saint-Pierre in Martinique.




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