A golden nugget of publicity for our famous Pirate Walks can be found in the great travel guide Chic Travel. Take a look at the full article by clicking here
New Bristol Slaver Website in progress
As you know the success of our Bristol Slavers book has spawned a new website all about the subject. You will find lots more information as we develop the website in the furture. For now you can have a taste of progress by going to www.bristolslavers.co.uk
You may have seen some strange goings on in Poole last weekend at the Poole Carnival, when pirate pete came to shore giving out leafets promoting his world famous pirate tours!
Peter Martin, also known as Pirate Pete, has delighted crowds from all parts of the globe on his Bristol Harbour pirate walks. Now you can experience his amazing adventures in Poole where Pirate Pete and Isioma Nwokolo have created Poole Pirate Parties. Here are just some of the events you can book:
Adult booze cruise parties on a regular monthly basis
A book which discovers the truth about previously unknown aspects of Bristol's Slave Trade has been launched by a popular local character with the help of an esteemed psychiatrist.
Peter Martin, also known as Pirate Pete, has been on a world-wide fact-finding mission for the past 12 years to write the book 'Bristol Slavers' which tells the history of the triangular slave trade from West Country ports.
This was a little bit of fun with a bunch of corporate smugglers..I mean managers!!
Discover Long John Silver’s treasure chest in the smugglers cave. Visit Treasure Island’s
Spy Glass Inn where the press gangs roamed. Find Blackbeards Lair in the medieval port.
Few people know just how much of a history Bristol has with Pirates and Petes entertaining and informative walk takes you around some of the piracy hotspots. From John Cabots statue to Blackbeards home, the Smugglers Cave to the Matthew Shipyard, Pete the Pirate provides a fun look at Pirates and their adventures in Bristol.
Sure to make you laugh and cry, learn and yet have fun, Pete’s walk around Bristol is a treat for
any scallywag! Challenge Pete to not provide a great afternoon, but remember - if you lose
you’ll be taking 10 paces on the plank! Arrr!
Use the menu to find out about the walk, pirate history and much more
Listen to Pirate Pete's Radio Interview by the BBC
A fantastic journey into Pirate Pete's history, why he got involved in writing his famous books and why Bristol, the Slave Trade and Pirates are so important to him. Also get a preview of what his new book Westcountry Slavers is all about.