Successful sea rovers were careful practitioners of a complex profession that sought wealth by stratagem and force of arms. Using a variety of innovative tactics and often armed with little more than musket and grenade, these "soldiers and privateers" were supreme seamen and tacticians. "The Sea Rover's Practice" is the only book that describes in exceptional detail the tactics of sea rovers of the period.
Author: Benerson Little
Title: The Sea Rover's Practice: Pirate Tactics and Techniques, 1630-1730
First Published by: Potomac Books Inc
Date: 3 November 2005