"If you hadn't given that horrid girl your mirror in the first place, it wouldn't be at the bottom of the Indian Ocean right now!"
Benedict Huntington to Barbara Huntington[src]

The Indian Ocean was the third largest body of water on Earth, covering twenty percent of its surface. It connected Africa and the Arabian peninsula in the west with the Malay peninsula, the Sunda Islands, and Australia in the east. It was named after the land of India, and thus the only ocean to be named in such a manner. The Indian Ocean was also home to Madagascar, a popular hideaway for pirates in the early 1700s.

Sri Sumbhajee was the Pirate Lord of the Indian Ocean before and during the War Against Piracy.

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