Get your treasure map from participatin’ Grand Lagoon businesses or print one from here, the map will be available soon, so stay tuned!
Follow the map to collect as many stickers as ye can!
The sticker collectin’ begins Monday, October 2nd and runs through Sunday, October 8th. More stickers = more entries! Bring your stickered-up map to the Grand Lagoon Pirate Village stage before 3:00pm. Ye can figure out where the Pirate Village is by the big X on the map, or you can find ye old Capt. Anderson’s Marina by googlin’ the likes o’ the place at 5550 N. Lagoon Drive, Panama City Beach. The announcin’ be o’ happening at 3:15pm. Treasure seekers must be present to win or Arghhhh!
Win a whole buncha BOOTY! The booty is shore to be fulla gift cards and shiny things, such as you would want to dine and play and stay and so forth, so GET OUT THERE and seek, ye landlubbers!
Stop by any of these fine Grand Lagoon businesses to get yer map and stickers to play!
Don’t speak pirate? We got ya covered. Don’t hafta get all lily-livered… thar be no pop quiz afterwards!
- Ahoy: Hey!
- Avast: Stop!
- Aye: Yes
- Black spot: to be ‘placin’ the black spot’ be markin’ someone for death.
- Booty: treasure
- Buccaneer: a pirate who be answerin’ to no man or blasted government.
- By the Powers!: an exclamation, uttered by Long John Silver in Treasure Island!
- Cat o’ nine tails: whip for floggin’ mutineers
- Corsair: a pirate who be makin’ his berth in the Med-…Medi-…that sea ‘tween Spain and Africa, aye!
- Davy Jones’ Locker: the bottom o’ the sea, where the souls of dead men lie
- Doubloons: pieces of gold…
- Fiddlers Green: the private heaven where pirates be goin’ when they die.
- Furner: a ship which be yer own, not one ye steal an’ plunder.
- Gentlemen o’ fortune: a slightly more positive term fer pirates!
- Go on the account: to embark on a piratical cruise
- Grog: A pirate’s favorite drink.
- Jack: a flag or a sailor
- Jolly Roger: the skull and crossbones, the pirate flag!
- Keelhaul: a truly vicious punishment where a scurvy dog be tied to a rope and dragged along the barnacle-encrusted bottom of a ship. They not be survivin’ this.
- Landlubber: “Land-lover,” someone not used to life onboard a ship.
- Lass: A woman.
- Lily-livered: faint o’ heart
- Loaded to the Gunwales (pron. gunnels): drunk
- Matey: A shipmate or a friend.
- Me hearty: a friend or shipmate.
- Me: My.
- Pieces o’ eight: pieces o’ silver which can be cut into eights to be givin’ small change.
- Privateer: a pirate officially sanctioned by a national power
- Scallywag: A bad person. A scoundrel.
- Scurvy dog!: a fine insult!
- Shiver me timbers!: an exclamation of surprise, to be shouted most loud.
- Son of a Biscuit Eater: a derogatory term indicating an improper son of a sailor
- Sprogs: raw, untrained recruits
- Squadron: a group of ten or less warships
- Squiffy: a buffoon
- Swaggy: a scurvy cur’s ship what ye be intendin’ to loot!
- Swashbucklin’: fightin’ and carousin’ on the high seas!
- Sweet trade: the career of piracy
- Thar: The opposite of “here.”
- Walk the plank: this one be bloody obvious.
- Wench: a lady, although ye gents not be wantin’ to use this around a lady who be stronger than ye.
- Wi’ a wannion: wi’ a curse, or wi’ a vengeance. Boldly, loudly!
- Yo-ho-ho: Pirate laughter