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Turkish fishing boat
Career information
Notable crewmembers

Large sailor
Short sailor

Technical information

Fishing boat


Large sailor
Short sailor

Behind the scenes
First appearance

Dead Man's Chest

Last appearance

Dead Man's Chest


Destroyed by the Kraken



This Turkish fishing boat was a fishing vessel possibly stationed either in the Caribbean Sea or around Turkey itself, close to the Turkish prison.


The boat was attacked by the Kraken when a sailor pulled a hat from the water and tried it on, unwittingly calling the Kraken. He and another sailor soon heard a rumbling sound emanating from the ocean depths. A massive jet of water erupted as the Kraken violently pulled the boat and her entire crew under the sea.[1]

Behind the scenesEdit

  • The starboard side of the Providence was dressed to portray the fishing boat in the film. The portside was used as a background British Royal Navy sloop in Port Royal.


Notes and referencesEdit

Boats in Pirates of the Caribbean
BarnacleBlack Pearl longboatJack and Angelica's longboatJack Sparrow's dinghyJolly MonQueen Anne's Revenge longboatSpanish fishing boatTurkish fishing boatWill and Elizabeth's boat