Definition funny of Surcouf:

urbanA famous French pirate that saved the queen in a time of war so he could get some of that royal ass.

urbanWhile travelling Matt was such a surcouf.


Songs about Surcouf:

songsLe Renard des Mers (Surcouf) by Celtic Kanan from the Album Le voyage

songsLes marins de surcouf by Lys Gauty from the Album 1932/1933

songsSurcouf (Original Mix) by Bloodie from the Album Surcouf (Sebastien Thibaud Remix)

songsSurcouf (Sebastien Thibaud Remix) by Bloodie from the Album Surcouf (Sebastien Thibaud Remix)

songsSurcouf le corsaire by Les Dagobert from the Album Le monde de la mer


Books about Surcouf:

booksThe SURCOUF Conspiracy by Julius Grigore Jr. (Oct 3, 2011)

booksThe Surcouf Conspiracy: A Penetrating Analysis of the Worst Submarine Disaster in History by Julius Grigore Jr. (Sep 30, 2011)

booksSurcouf, roi des corsaires, roman d'aventures (French Edition) by Arthur Bernède (May 1, 2013)

booksUnrevealing Surcouf by James Ian Montbriand (Jul 13, 2013)

booksRobert Surcouf (Karl Mays Abenteuererzählungen 21) (German Edition) by Karl May (Nov 13, 2013)

booksUn mousse de Surcouf (French Edition) by Pierre Maël (Sep 29, 2011)

booksSurcouf, roi des corsaires by Arthur Bernède (May 3, 2001)


Wiki information Surcouf:

French submarine Surcouf

Surcouf was a French submarine ordered to be built in December 1927, launched on 18 October 1929, and commissioned in May 1934. Surcouf – named after the French privateer Robert Surcouf – was the largest submarine ever built until surpassed by the...

Robert Surcouf
Sailor, Deceased Person, Person, Military Person, Person Or Being In Fiction

Robert Surcouf was a French privateer and slave trader who operated in the Indian Ocean between 1789 and 1801, and again from 1807 to 1808, capturing over 40 prizes, while amassing a large fortune as a ship-owner, both from privateering and from...