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{{Quote|The rumrunners used [[Rumrunner's Isle|this island]] as a cache, came by, and I was able to barter passage off. From the looks of things, they've long been out of business. Probably have your bloody friend [[James Norrington|Norrington]] to thank for that.|[[Jack Sparrow]] to [[Elizabeth Swann]] on the rumrunners|Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl}}
   
Like [http://smugglers smugglers], rumrunners are notorious for delivering contraband throughout the [http://pirates.wikia.com/wiki/Caribbean Caribbean]. The only difference is that instead of delivering illegal spices and other goods, rumrunners naturally only deal with [http://rum rum]. These unknown fiends apprently worked off a base island known as [http://pirates.wikia.com/wiki/Rumrunner's_Isle Rumrunner's Isle]. Here they kept a secret cache were they could hide their provisons such as food, water and rum. It was on this island were the rumrunners met [http://Jack_Sparrow Jack<u> </u>Sparrow], after he was marooned. After Jack's barterings, the rumrunners agreed to take him aboard their ship.
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The '''rumrunners''' were a group of businessmen who dealt with [[rum]] in the [[Caribbean]]. They were mostly known for having a cache located at [[Rumrunner's Isle]].
   
On Jack's second return to Rumrunner's Island, it is revealed that the rummrunners were out of buisness, presumably caught and hanged by [http://pirates.wikia.com/wiki/James_Norrington Norrington] and the [http://pirates.wikia.com/wiki/East_India_Trading_Company East India Trading Company]. {{Character_infobox||name = Rumrunners
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==History==
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Like [[smugglers]], rumrunners are notorious for delivering contraband throughout the [[Caribbean]]. The only difference is that instead of delivering illegal spices and other goods, the rumrunners naturally only deal with [[rum]]. These unknown fiends most notably worked off a base island known as [[Rumrunner's Isle]], where they kept a secret cache of food, water and rum. It was on this island where the rumrunners met [[Jack Sparrow]], who was marooned by [[Captain]] [[Hector Barbossa]] and [[Cursed crew|his crew]] of the ''[[Black Pearl]]''. Jack was able to barter passage off the island with the rumrunners aboard their ship. By the time of Jack's second return to the island, after being marooned yet again, the rumrunners were out of buisness, by the hands of [[James Norrington]] of the [[British Royal Navy]].<ref name="CotBP">''[[Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl]]''</ref>
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|last = Pirates of the Caribbean: Curse of the Balck Pearl
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|cause = Captured by Norrington}}
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*''[[Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl]]''
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"The rumrunners used this island as a cache, came by, and I was able to barter passage off. From the looks of things, they've long been out of business. Probably have your bloody friend Norrington to thank for that."
Jack Sparrow to Elizabeth Swann on the rumrunners[src]

The rumrunners were a group of businessmen who dealt with rum in the Caribbean. They were mostly known for having a cache located at Rumrunner's Isle.

History

Like smugglers, rumrunners are notorious for delivering contraband throughout the Caribbean. The only difference is that instead of delivering illegal spices and other goods, the rumrunners naturally only deal with rum. These unknown fiends most notably worked off a base island known as Rumrunner's Isle, where they kept a secret cache of food, water and rum. It was on this island where the rumrunners met Jack Sparrow, who was marooned by Captain Hector Barbossa and his crew of the Black Pearl. Jack was able to barter passage off the island with the rumrunners aboard their ship. By the time of Jack's second return to the island, after being marooned yet again, the rumrunners were out of buisness, by the hands of James Norrington of the British Royal Navy.[1]

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