Discovered by Christopher Columbus on his fourth voyage to America, the Cayman Islands were the definitive center of pirate activity in the Caribbean Sea, during the seventeenth century. Located northwest of Jamaica, between Cuba and Honduras, uninhabited and without active control by the Spanish crown, they quickly became an ideal sanctuary for the development of piracy.
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