|Behind the scenes|
Behind the scenes Edit
- In Pirates of the Caribbean Online, the Monarch is a war galleon which can be found in the waters around Padres Del Fuego.
- In Terry Rossio's original script for Dead Men Tell No Tales, one of the ships owned by the Spanish Royal Navy was the Monarca (which means Monarch in Spanish), a thousand ton Spanish galleon. Wheter this ship inspired the Monarch or this was taken as a reference to Pirates of the Caribbean Online is unknown.
- In Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales, the Monarch was portrayed by the same prop that portrayed the Silent Mary and the Essex.
- As a warship of the British Royal Navy, the Monarch should be called the HMS Monarch. However, the prefix HMS (His Majesty's Ship) was never mentioned neither in Pirates of the Caribbean Online nor in Dead Men Tell No Tales and its related material.
- Pirates of the Caribbean Online (First appearance)
- The Brightest Star in the North: The Adventures of Carina Smyth (Mentioned only)
- Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales
Notes and referencesEdit
- ↑ Disney Pirates: The Definitive Collector's Anthology, p116.
- ↑ Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales Novelization, p17.
- ↑ Forty-three cannons can be seen on the starboard side of the Monarch on Jeremy Love's conceptual artwork. With the same number of cannons on the port side the Monarch should be armed with eighty-six cannons. Two more bow chasers can be seen on the Monarch's forecastle during the chase of the Ruddy Rose which makes the total number of her guns eighty-eight.
- ↑ Pirates of the Caribbean DEAD MEN TELL NO TALES Screenplay by Terry Rossio
|British Royal Navy ships in Pirates of the Caribbean|