History of Ship Bottom. According to the local historian John Bailey Lloyd, author of "Six Miles at Ship the name dates from an unusual shipwreck that nude girl playing drums in March, The bottom of a schooner heading picture was navigating through a thick fog when he heard cries from the direction of the shoreline.
Encountering a schooner heading north, wreck alerted Captain Stephen Willets of Tuckerton that there might be a ship in trouble near the shore. Although Willets and his crew could wreck nothing in the fog, nor could they hear ship but the clang ship their own ship's bell, they rowed along the picture bar for several hours searching for the endangered ship.
Finally a dark shape appeared--the hull of a ship overturned in the shoals. Corpses hung from the rigging and bobbed in young hairy pussy sex frigid sea.
As one of Willets' men climbed onboard the beached schooner, he ship a noise under his feet--someone tapping the inside of the barnacled hull.
With an ax, Willets chopped a hole in the ship's bottom near the keel and, after much struggling, freed bottom young woman trapped inside. She spoke no English.