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Biographical information




Ship(s) captained or crewed

Scuttled ship


Scuttled ship

Behind the scenes
First appearance

Dead Man's Chest

Latest appearance

Dead Man's Chest


Luke de Woolfson

"Hoisting the jib, Captain's orders."
"Hoisting the jib. Bring up with a round turn."
"There's no use. You've run aground."
"No. Beneath us...Foul breath.
―The sailor and Will Turner[src]

This man served as a sailor of the scuttled ship and was one of the few survivors of an attack from the Kraken.


The sailor was one of the few survivors of the Kraken's attack on the scuttled ship. When Will Turner came aboard the wreckage, the sailor was pulling ropes trying to raise a sail, even though the ship was run aground. When the crewmen of Flying Dutchman arrived, they captured all of the survivors. When Davy Jones offered them service aboard the Dutchman, the ship’s chaplain encouraged the other crewmen to refuse. After Jones had the latter killed, he resumed offering them the choice of joining his crew. The sailor, as well as the helmsman and other crewmen, joined his crew. His further fate is unknown.


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Crew of the scuttled ship
Captain: Unknown
scuttled ship

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