This captain t-shirt is perfect for anyone who grabs their boat by the helm, walks the port and stern and heads into the sunset on their boat. Do you know a sailing enthusiast, a crew member, fisher man or sailor. This t-shirt makes the perfect gift while tacking and jibing. A great christmas gift or birthday present for your dad, grandpa, brother, son, mother or daughter.
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Martin Cash was one of Tasmania's most notorious bushrangers, famed for escaping Port Arthur - TWICE. He formed a gang with two other convicts, George Jones and Lawrence Kavanagh, called Cash and Co. It all came tumbling down when he tried to murder his cheating wife and got nabbed. After many years in prison he produced a book about his life and died as an old man - one of the few bushrangers to do so.
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On Dec. 4, 1872, The Mary Celeste was discovered, her crew vanished without a trace of a struggle, the ship still fully provisioned. It still remains a mystery. A final log entry, on Nov. 24, showed no hint of distress. The cabin of Capt. Benjamin Briggs was untouched, right down to the parlor melodeon belonging to his wife and daughter; the child's ghostly indentation remained visible on a bed.
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