For other uses, see Map (disambiguation)
DMTNT Concept Art Maps

The maps of the world and the sky in the Swift and Sons Chart House.

"You're off the edge of the map, mate. Here there be monsters!"
Hector Barbossa to Jack Sparrow[src]

A map was a visual representation of an area or territory, whether real or imaginary; a diagram of components of an item. Maps were used to search for various treasures as well as certain places.



Ponce de León's map of Fort San Miguel.

"I shall have a look at that map, if it's what I fear..."
Jack Sparrow[src]

There were many types of maps throughout history, including naval charts and treasure maps. Some maps showed the entire world, like the world map in Lord Cutler Beckett's office.[1] Sao Feng's navigational charts, known as the Mao Kun Map, was used to lead its reader to find places of the supernatural.[2] The dates and distances could change and mislead the traveler who uses the map unwisely.[3] Aboard the stranded Santiago, the skeletal figure of Ponce de León could be seen lying in his bed while peering at a map of San Miguel with a magnifying glass.[4]

Devil's Triangle Uncharted Waters

The British map of the area west of the Windward Isles in the Lesser Antilles.

When the British warship the Monarch chased the pirate ship the Ruddy Rose in the waters west of the Windward Isles in the Lesser Antilles, the British had tho follow the pirates into the dark area which the young sailor Henry Turner identified as the Devil's Triangle. The Monarch's commanding officer Captain Toms checked his navigational charts, discovering that the area was named simply "Uncharted waters".[5]

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