Pirate's party

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  1. Hi
    So today it's St Patrick the Irish national day.
    But you put the union-jack , the British flag, for the pirate's party !
    How can you make such a confusion ?
    And for your information, there is no official national day in Britain , except a kind of, for the birthday's Queen the 21 april..
    By the way the 15 march was the national Hungarian day, look like you have forgotten it..
    Like many others..
    Sincerely
     
  2. WaterWillow

    WaterWillow Team Leader Team Pirate Storm

    Ahoy KARNAGEVISOR,

    The United Kingdom does not have a national day. Saint Patrick's Day is recognized as a National Holiday of Northern Ireland. Saint Patrick was born in Britain. Since Northern Ireland is part of the UK and as a way to commemorate the two countries, Saint Patrick's Day was chosen as a day to have a Pirate Fest. The Union Flag of the United Kingdom is the only official flag of Northern Ireland. The Union Flag is the official flag of the United Kingdom. This is why this particular flag is displayed for this particular Pirate Fest.

    August 20th is the date that previously was chosen for Hungary's Pirate Fest. This date was selected as it is considered Constitution Day, as well as, Saint Stephen's Day.

    We are unsure why some countries national holidays are not celebrated, while others are. I am sure you understand that there has to be a cut off somewhere for the recognition of national holidays.

    Personally, I am thankful this Pirate Fest came and went without any difficulty for the players.

    Happy Sailing!
     
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