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- "No one said anything about cold."
"I'm sure there must be a good reason for our suffering."
- ―Pintel and Ragetti[src]
This Ice Passage was a frozen landscape, a body of water filled with icebergs and glaciers. It served as the passage between world of the living and the land of the dead.
Throughout history, any who journeyed to World's End had to sail through this ocean. This frozen landscape served as the ice passage between the worlds of the living and the dead. Sharp blue-and-white glaciers jutted out of the water, reflecting glints of pale light. The water was dark and stormy, and snow was came down thick and fast.
A pirate crew led by Hector Barbossa sailed the Hai Peng through this ocean during the War Against Piracy. Though many of the crew weren't use to the cold weather, they were able to sail to their destination.
Behind the scenes
- The name "Ice Passage" came from the At World's End junior novel.
- The exact location of this ocean is unknown. It is possible that this ocean is in fact Antarctic Ocean. The special features on the At World's End DVD suggested that this may have been the Caspian Sea.
- Pirates of the Caribbean: At World's End
- Pirates of the Caribbean: At World's End (junior novelization)