The Bounty was a British ship commissioned in 1787 for its historic sail to Tahiti under the command of Lt. William Bligh. The ship’s purpose was an experiment to acquire breadfruit plants from Tahiti in order to produce cheap food back in Britain; however the Bounty never completed its mission. During the voyage, mutiny broke out on the ship after a dispute. In the end, the ship was burned to the ground in what is now called Bounty Bay. You can now own the Bounty in a 375 cc 8” x 4” bottle.
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