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Our Lady of Divine Inspiration was a large galleon of the Spanish Treasure Fleet. Through a series of mysterious circumstances, the galleon made its final resting place on Shipwreck Cove. The pirates then used the abandon ship as a tavern known as the Drunken Lady. Some witty pirates nicknamed the ship, Our Lady of Divine Inebriation.

Behind the scenesEdit

  • The Spanish name of this ship would be Nuestra Señora de la Inspiración Divina.


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