FANDOM


Groves and BeckettCropped
"Do you think he plans it all out…or just makes it up as he goes along?"
This article is actively undergoing a major edit by this user.
As a courtesy, please do not make edits to this article while this message is displayed, in order to avoid edit conflicts. If there is a need to know when the edit session began and when it will end, please consult the talk page.
CottonAndParrot2
"He's a mute, sir. Poor devil had his tongue cut out."
You could always train a parrot to speak for this article, though adding at least one quote will suffice, using the {{Quote}} template. Once finished, this notice may be removed.

The Monarch was a British Royal Navy warship active in the Caribbean during the Age of Piracy.

HistoryEdit

It is unknown when the Monarch was built, but by 1751[4] she was under the command of Captain Toms. As a warship of the British Royal Navy, the Monarch was occasionally engaged in hunting and destroying pirates in the Caribbean.[5]

Behind the scenesEdit

AppearancesEdit

Wiki
The Pirates of the Caribbean wiki has a collection of images and media related to Monarch.

External LinksEdit

Notes and referencesEdit

  1. Disney Pirates: The Definitive Collector's Anthology, p116.
  2. Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales Novelization, p17.
  3. 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.
  4. As evidenced by Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales: Movie Graphic Novel, the events of Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales are set in 1751.
  5. Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales
  6. Pirates of the Caribbean DEAD MEN TELL NO TALES Screenplay by Terry Rossio
British Royal Navy ships in Pirates of the Caribbean
Royal Navy ships
AlbionHMS AchillesHMS AdventureBattle-RoyaleBastionHMS BlazerBritish galleonBritish warshipBulwarkCenturionHMS CenturyColossusHMS CometHMS DauntlessHMS DiamondDreadnoughtEliteHMS EndeavourEn-GardeEssexFerretHMS GoliathGreyhoundHMS HoundHMS HyenaHMS InterceptorHMS InvincibleJack Sparrow's corvetteKingfisherLawrence Norrington's shipMan O' WarMonarchHMS NewcastlePantherHMS PeregrineHMS PhoenixPredatorPride of LondonHMS ProvidenceHMS RavenHMS ResistanceHMS RoseHMS SuccessTally-hoHMS TrepasseyVanguardHMS VictorHMS VictoryHMS Belette
[edit]


This article is a stub about a vessel. You can help us by expanding it.