Many thanks to our fantastic sponsors:
Brixham Chamber of Commerce
Brixham Pound Shop
Brixham Tourism Partnership
Harbour View Guest House
Paul's Barber Shop
Sampford House Guest House
Smugglers Haunt Hotel
Sprat & Mackerel Public House
to our Advertisers ...
A big thank you to everyone who has advertised in our program this year.
We would like to give additional thanks to ...
AC Print Ltd
Bay Coffee Company
Brixham Harbour Authorities
Brixham Town Council
Paul at Huckleberries Restaurant
Tony Knightly for the use of his boat
Pilgrim - The Heritage Fleet
All of our Volunteers, Stewards and Marshalls
the festival committee ...
Working hard to make the festival happen - Brian Pearce - Chairman, Teresa Fazey,
Shirley Thrift, Richard James, Richard John, David Satchwill, Joe Brown, Daphne Wilson
the Brixham Buccaneers ...
Bringing their usual fantastic mix of fun and entertainment to the festival.
And all those who have helped in any way and are not mentioned here!
We need your feedback to improve the festival, please fill in our online form.
Avast! Come to the
Brixham Pirate Festival 2013
for a weekend bursting with entertainment
for young and old!
Saturday 4th and Sunday 5th May 2013
Around the harbour, Brixham, Devon.
See what's going on .. Read the events schedule HERE!
Live music, Games,
Re-enactments, Skirmish on the Golden Hind, Record attempt, Fancy dress competition. Thousands of pirates. Come to watch or dress up and join in. Everyone is welcome.
Welcome to the Brixham Pirate Festival 2013, we be hopin thee be ‘yer to find our more about ar festival.
o’swashbucklin an hearty fun so if’n ye enjoy yer time ere then make port yer agin soon cuz we be appy ter see thee agin.
The Brixham pirates are hoping for an even bigger turnout for our new record bid during the third Pirate Festival this Spring.
Spokesman Captain Blood 'n' Guts said the Brixham Buccaneers, who also stage family entertainment on most summer Thursdays, are determined to hang onto their claim to fame.
"We had brilliant support from everyone last year for the big count, so we're relying on them again to come along again this year for the Mile of Pirates."
"It was a fun day for everyone last year and attracted pirate fans from as far afield as Kent, Scotland and Germany."
The "Arr-Factor" has shanty talent as musicians and singers appear in our local pubs.
The “Arr Factor” - Enjoy sea shanty and folk music at various venues around the town.
To take part in the record attempt you must wear a pirate costume including suitable trousers, shirt, hat, eye-patch and a hook or sword.