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THE PIRATE ATOLLS. (pirate hideouts on Caribbean islands).

An atoll is a ring of islands with a lagoon in the middle. The lagoon is the crater of a volcano that died millions of years ago. Some islands in the Indian and Pacific Oceans are called atolls. But they are not atolls. There are only four atolls in the world’s oceans. Three of them are in Belizean waters in the Gulf of Honduras. Each one has a unique story to tell.

Once, while visiting Lighthouse Atoll, the famous oceanographer Jacques Cousteau discovered a deep hole about 300 meters in diameter. It was the crater of an extinct volcano. Since then, dozens of amateur divers have flocked there. No one has ever reached the bottom of the Blue Hole because the water gets hotter the deeper you go. Is the volcano still active?
More recently, in 2018, a special expedition explored the bottom of the Blue Hole, the second-largest coral cave in the world. The research was led by Richard Branson, director of the Ocean Unite initiative, and French oceanographer Fabienne Cousteau, grandson of the famous Jacques-Yves Cousteau.

Using sound waves, the researchers were able to measure the depth of the Blue Hole. They made some surprising discoveries. In particular, the depth of the hole was determined to be around 125 meters. At this depth, the experts discovered stalactites formed at a time when the sea level was 150 meters lower than it is today, i.e. when the Blue Hole volcano was not yet underwater. It turned out that the expedition had found more evidence of the Flood that destroyed the legendary Atlantis, the oldest human civilization on our planet.

Here is an intriguing story:

In 1715, a hurricane off the coast of Florida destroyed a convoy of 12 ships carrying New World treasure to Spain. The authorities set up a salvage camp, which was attacked by pirates who made off with £87,000 worth of gold, silver, and jewelry. It was the largest pirate booty at the time! Much of the jewelry was for the Spanish royal family and had been crafted by master jewelers with great care and an abundance of precious stones.
Charles Vane, a pirate notorious for his raids, had some of these treasures and kept them in a chest. His schooner was washed up on the reefs of Lighthouse Atoll by another hurricane. Pirate Vane was captured and hanged in Jamaica, and his chest of jewels lies somewhere in the shallow waters of Lighthouse Atoll. The wreck of the pirate’s sloop has never been found…

The other two atolls also have a dark history during the years of the conquerors and pirates of the New World. Please, keep reading!


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THE PIRATE’S NEST.
In studying the history of colonial invasion and piracy, I have found some hidden or unknown facts. Once I heard the history of an atoll from a local fisherman, a descendant of pirates, and it matched the information I had found in an old book written by a 17th-century pirate.
In colonial times, Turneffe Atoll was on the busy Spanish shipping route, bringing looted treasures from Guatemala, Honduras, Venezuela, and Colombia to Havana, Cuba, for onward transport to Spain. With freshwater springs and an abundance of fish and turtles, the islets of this atoll were desirable places for passing ships to resupply. And for pirates operating in the Gulf of Honduras, the atolls were an ambush.

Pirates cleaned and repaired their schooners in mangrove-covered shallows and bays, hidden from prying eyes. From hilltops, they scanned the horizon for the sails of new victims. One of the atoll’s islands is marked on maps as ‘Deadman’s Caye’. On such deserted islands, pirates would abandon their companions, accusing them of cowardice, theft, or deceit, and condemning them to slow starvation.
Another island in the atoll is called ‘Blackbird Caye’. It was the pirates’ base, the refuge of the bloodthirsty pirate Edward Teach, nicknamed ‘Blackbeard’. And the pirates called this island ‘Blackbeard’s Caye’. Later, a grammatical error crept in, or the cartographers corrected the name of this island slightly to make it more romantic, or perhaps politically correct.

It was on this island that Blackbeard hid part of his treasure. He carried a small chest and his sailor carried a shovel. After choosing a suitable spot, Blackbeard smoked a pipe while the sailor dug a hole. When the hole was ready, the pirate killed the sailor and threw his body into the hole to guard the hidden treasure. When Blackbeard returned, he told the pirates that the missing sailor was stuck in a swamp and had been eaten by crocodiles. One day, one of the pirates asked him where he had hidden the treasure. Blackbeard laughingly replied that the secret belonged to him and the devil, and only the last pirate would find his treasure. Blackbeard was killed and the secret of his treasure went to hell with him.

The atoll is a three-hour sailing trip from the fishing village where I live, and one day I thought about going there with a metal detector. But the local fisherman put me off, telling me not to go alone, where the crocodiles and poisonous mosquitoes would guarantee a quick end. But with a partner? I fear that human jealousy is more dangerous than crocodiles.
On the seabed of the atoll’s coastal waters lie ships wrecked by hurricanes and burned by pirates, and its islets hold many surprises for the adventurous. The Devil was the only witness to Blackbeard burying his share of the loot, hoping to return for it…

THE GLOVERS ATOLL.
This atoll should be called the ‘Undertaker’, for dozens of treasure-laden ships have disappeared on its treacherous reefs. Their precious cargo, or at least the wreckage, has never been found. Perhaps one of the reasons is the sheer underwater cliffs that plunge to the depths of the sea. Where the treasures still lie.
There is no information about the ships that sank there before the waters were wrested from the Spanish by the British in the naval battles of the 1750s. This means that two and a half centuries after Columbus, the disasters that took place there are still shrouded in mystery.

There are several reasons for these unknown tragedies. Firstly, many Spanish archives were destroyed by fire or flood. Secondly, some papers were rotten or had been eaten by worms.
The British archives contain very little information about the ships that disappeared there:

  1. The British merchant ship ‘Monmouth’ was lost in 1751.
  2. The merchant ship ‘Mary Oxford’ ran aground on the reefs of the atoll in 1764.
  3. An English ‘Argyll’ and an American ‘Polly’ – in 1774.
  4. A Scottish cargo ship was swallowed by the reefs in 1786.
  5. An English merchant ship ‘Chance’ – 1793.
  6. An English ship ‘General Don’ lost in 1807.

In addition to the mysteries of the atolls, Belizean waters have seen other maritime tragedies. In September 1787, a hurricane struck the coast and within hours destroyed more than 30 ships in the area of the country’s main port. Half of them sank in the harbor waters. Among the victims was the ‘Triumvirate’, a ship loaded with silver. It was thrown onto the reefs of an islet just a few miles from the port entrance. Its precious cargo was never recovered.

The waters of the Gulf of Honduras are full of tantalizing secrets. These secrets are known only to the frigates, the pilgrim seabirds that soar high on the currents of the sea breezes. From above, they have seen all the tragedies that have happened in these waters. But they will never tell us about that…

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