Port Tobacco, Maryland: Adult Pirate Ship

Goofy-looking small-size pirate ship, supposedly built as a party boat by men at a local dockside bar.

Crabby Dick's Restaurant

7610 Shirley Blvd, Port Tobacco, MD
Usually docked outside Crabby Dick's Restaurant. South of Port Tobacco, at the southern end of Shirley Blvd.
Drive-by look, but you're probably not invited. (Call to verify) Local health policies may affect hours and access.
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Adult Pirate Ship

The pirate ship was built by two aging hockey players in the twilight of their relevance, in a backyard, in Golden Beach, Maryland. Many hours, beers, and yards of knuckle skin went into the planning and creation of this wondrous vessel. It was sailed over three death-defying days from the Patuxent River, through the Chesapeake Bay, to its final home at Port Tobacco Marina on the beautiful Potomac.

Registered as a 44-foot vessel, she is Coast Guard safety-inspected and meets all Coast Guard specifications. From the tip of the elegant bowsprit to the tail of the pontoons she is about 56 feet long. Powered by the Rolls Royce of outboard engines, a 1986 115hp Mercruiser (tower of power), she cruises at a stately 6 mph. Stereo system, LED lighting, and a classy stripper pole finish off all the luxury accents of this glorious party boat.

[Andy Parker, 07/25/2014]
Pirate Ship

There is a pirate ship that someone built with a stripper pole on it that's docked outside Crabby Dick's Restaurant at the Port Tobacco Marina. Looks to be 50 feet long, and the bartender there said that it was built by some guys just to drink on.

[Jim, 07/21/2014]

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