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St. Martin
Saint Martin
General information

North America


Leeward Islands, Lesser Antilles

Points of interest

Saint Martin Town
Royal Bank of Saint Martin
Swift and Sons Chart House
Saint Martin prison
Grimes Pub

Notable inhabitants

John Scarfield


British colonists


British Empire

Behind the scenes
First appearance

Dead Men Tell No Tales

Latest appearance

Dead Men Tell No Tales

"Jack Sparrow. He's dead. Buried in an unmarked grave on the island of Saint Martin."
Old pirate to Henry Turner[src]

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.

Behind the scenesEdit

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External linksEdit

Notes and referencesEdit

Locations in Pirates of the Caribbean
Barbary CoastCalabarKermaSlave CoastTripoli

The Americas
FloridaMexicoNew OrleansNorth Carolina

BombayChinaHong KongIndiaNipponShanghaiSingapore

The Bahamas
AndrosNassauNew AvalonNew Providence

The Caribbean
AntiguaBlack rock islandCubaDevil's TriangleHangman's BayHispaniola
Ile d'Etable de PorcIsla De La AvariciaIsla CrucesIsla de MuertaIsla de Pelegostos
MartiniquePadres Del FuegoPort RoyalPoseidon's Tomb
Saint MartinShipwreck IslandTortugaUnnamed Island

CádizFranceGibraltarGreat BritainHolland

Other locations
Davy Jones' LockerFarthest GateIce PassageIsla Sirena


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