The Black Pearl Built by Steiner Shipyard in Bayou La Batre Alabama

The Black Pearl

Steiner Ship Yard was asked by Walt Disney Studios to build a pirate ship, the Black Pearl; the pitch-black ship was actually a huge wooden prop built on top of a modern 96-foot-long steel utility boat. Crews sailed the ship out of the bayou to the Caribbean for the filming of sequels to Disney’s 2003 film “Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl”.  is a fishing village with a seafood-processing harbor for fishing boats and shrimp boats. The local Chamber of Commerce has described the city as the “Seafood Capital of Alabama” for packaging seafood from hundreds of fishing boats. Bayou La Batre was the first permanent settlement on the south Mobile County mainland and was founded in 1786, when French-born Joseph Bouzage (Bosarge) [1733-1795] was awarded a 1,259-acre Spanish land grant on the West Bank of the bayou.

Nalty’s Seasoning

 
Where Creole Meets Country
Family owned and operated company making seasonings and marinades:

Nalty’s Butt & Breast Rub
Nalty’s Creole Seasoning
Nalty’s Steak Seasoning
Nalty’s Voodoo Marinade. 405 St. Nicholas Street
Brewton, AL 36427
Website: http://naltys.com/

Made in Alabama Index

daltile

daltile
FAYETTE, AL

(205) 932-8944
Unglazed Quarry Tile

Regular Mail
1470 Country Rd. 21 South
Fayette, AL 35555