Having lived in this lovely area of beachlands for the last three years, we decided that the area could do with having a local gathering and attraction point. Somewhere where people can go and have a friendly drink and good food with good friends.
Well here we are. Pine Harbour marina was the perfect setting offering the perfect backdrop to either sit in the sun or watch the sun go down over a glass of wine or a cool beer.
We will pride ourselves on four key qualities:
Good food, good service, a fair and reasonable price, plus always having a friendly smile.
We want you to keep coming back and welcome your feedback. It is nice to hear when the staff are doing well - they are here for you.
Since the decline of piracy, various military units have used the Jolly Roger, usually in skull-and-crossbones design, as a unit identification insignia or a victory flag to ascribe to themselves the proverbial ferocity and toughness of pirates.
Edward England, born Edward Seegar in Ireland, was a famous African coast and Indian Ocean pirate from 1717 to 1720.The ships he sailed on included the Pearl which he renamed The Royal James) and later the Fancy, for which England exchanged the Pearl in 1720. His flag was the classic Jolly Roger with a skull above two crossed thigh bones on a black background.
He differed from many other pirates of his day in that he did not kill captives unless it was absolutely necessary.
Yo ho ho and a bottle of rum...
The Jolly Roger Pub Ltd
22 Ranger Building
190 Jack Lachlan Drive
Pine Harbour Marina
PO Box 158, Beachlands 2147, Auckland
Tel/Fax 09 536 6535