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This ship was a Spanish Royal Navy carrack captained by a famous conquistador, Humberto Diaz "El Patron". He explored the Caribbean with this ship and conquered many islands for Spain. In the end, El Patron discovered Raven's Cove, a mysterious island shrouded in fog. After El Patron's death, the ship remained trapped in a large chamber of the only cave on the island, El Patron's Mine. However, the ship remained haunted by the ghosts of El Patron and his former crew.

Behind the scenesEdit

  • It is possible that this ship is a tribute to the 1985 adventure film The Goonies where a group of kids discover the Inferno, a similar pirate ship which is also trapped in a cave.



Spanish Royal Navy ships in Pirates of the Caribbean
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