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Saint Martin was an island in the Caribbean. It was affiliated with the British Empire which maintained a base there under the command of Lieutenant John Scarfield. Henry Turner made his way there after he escaped the destruction of the Monarch. Jack Sparrow's boat the Dying Gull was also beached there.
Saint Martin was an island in the Lesser Antilles ruled by the British Empire. The town of Saint Martin served as the main settlement on the island, housing the British military outpost and the seat of the civilian authorities.
By 1751, Saint Martin was a prosperous port, but most of its inhabitants were sailors, drunkards and only a handful of elite. It was also constantly threatened by pirates. Most notably, Jack Sparrow was arrested in this city after he and his crew tried but failed to rob a bank.
Behind the scenesEdit
- For Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales, scenes in Saint Martin were primarily filmed at the Gold Coast in Queensland, Australia.
- In real-world history, Saint Martin was never controlled by the British. It was a colony of France and Holland since the mid-17th century, while the film is set in the mid-18th century, specifically in 1751.
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Notes and referencesEdit
- ↑ Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales
- ↑ 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.
- ↑ Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales Novelization, p44.
- ↑ First look at Pirates Of The Caribbean 5 film set reveals elaborate medieval village and ginormous pirate ship... as film's lead Johnny Depp lands on Australian soil to join Brit star Kaya Scodelario