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A traditional lugger

A lugger was a 17th century square rigged sloop-built vessel used by a majority of nations as trading vessels and privateers. They were often favored by pirates such as Nathaniel Hawk because of their speed and agility. Even though the lugger was far slower than the standard sloop variation, it could fit half a dozen more cannons than it, and could hold up to 100 sailors.

Known luggersEdit


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