NO quarter was given to the crew of the Duyfken when 1000s of little pirates descended on the ship at the weekend.
Muskets were drawn, the Jolly Roger was raised and those who did not surrender walked the plank.
The response in Mandurah to the Duyfken has been “huge” according to organisers.
Mandurah residents will have to get in quick if they want to say goodbye to the Duyfken.
The Little Dove will be departing our shores at 8am on September 14.
Tickets are available here.
Dylan Wilkins. Miriam and Steve with Seth and Harriet Batson and chief executive of the Duyfken 1606 Replica Foundation Peter Bowman.