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Buccaneers to Pillage Two Harbors Saturday

What is it about dressing up like pirates that creates such good parties?

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A fleet of swashbuckling rogues and wenchs decked out in their saltiest pirate garb will descend on Two Harbors, Catalina, this weekend for the annual Buccanneer’s Day celebration.

Nah, we’re not buying it. Real pirate wenches couldn’t have looked this good.

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This often risque, sometimes rowdy affair is one of the most popular functions of the year at the island, so plan to come several days early if you hope to get a mooring.  And take note that lobster season has just begun in Southern California, so watch out for divers and hoop net floats. And remember, Buccaneer’s Day is just for fun, so don’t get too carried away with plundering and pillaging!

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