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This page lists the locations in Sea of Thieves.

In addition to the physical locations listed below, the Ferry of the Damned is a ghost ship seen only by players who die. Players are transported here while they await resurrection.

Location types[edit | edit source]

Regions[edit | edit source]

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The Sea of Thieves map is currently divided into four regions with the dangerous Shroud surrounding the edges of the map. Each region is intended to have its own distinct theme and feel.

  • The Shores of Plenty: Comprises the North-West portion of the Map. It is composed mainly of tropical small sandy cays and islands with white sandy beaches and lush palm trees. The Sea of Thieves developers have stated that this region's feel was inspired by the Caribbean during the Golden Age of Piracy, along with a touch of Disney’s Pirates of the Caribbean films. The Shores of Plenty Region is tied to the Merchant Alliance.
  • The Ancient Isles: Comprises the Southern and South-Western portion of the map. It is composed mainly of large islands lush with greenery, rock monuments, hidden cave structures and ancient hideaways of pirate crews that used to sail these seas. The Sea of Thieves developers have stated that this region's feel was inspired by the Indiana Jones film franchise, in terms of adventure, exploring ancient ruins, and solving their mysteries; along with old swashbuckling adventure stories and pirate legends. The Ancient Isles Region is tied to the Gold Hoarders.
  • The Wilds: Comprises the North-East portion of the map. It is composed mainly of semi-fortified, "haunted" and deserted islands containing the remains of deceased pirates. This region is dark and cloudy, with the flora of the islands being largely wilted. The Sea of Thieves developers have stated that they wanted this region to feel darker and more threatening, with near-permanent cloud cover and native plant life slowly withering and dying. The Wilds Region is tied to the Order of Souls.
  • The Devil's Roar: Comprises the South-East portion of the map. It is composed mainly out of volcanic islands covered with half-burned plant life and strange red crystal growths. The Devil's Roar is a deadly stretch of ocean pockmarked with volcanic elements, threatening all ships that pass through. There are caves dotted around the area that offer little protection, but with constant Earthquakes and erupting Geysers and Volcanoes, nowhere else is truly safe. The Devil's Roar has its own high risk, high reward Voyages that can only be purchased at the only Outpost in The Roar, Morrow's Peak Outpost.
  • The Devil's Shroud: The edges of the map that enclose the Sea of Thieves, but also conceal abandoned lands that may or may not have been inhabited. Sailing into the shroud the sea will turn Red with blood and slowly start dismantling a ship. A crew can tell that they are in the Shroud if they start hearing a high-pitched sound.
  • Shores of Gold: Located to far North-East portion of the map. It is composed out of one single, gigantic island hidden within the Devil's Shroud, filled with ancient ruins and traps. The sky is slightly yellow/gold tinted, however if one wants to access this Legendary location, one has to find and rearrange the Shroudbreaker!

Specific locations[edit | edit source]

Locations, their Map coordinates, what type they are and which regions they are located in. Only Large Islands support Riddle Maps.

Outposts[edit | edit source]

Name Grid Region
Sanctuary Outpost F-7 The Shores of Plenty
Golden Sands Outpost D-10 The Shores of Plenty
Plunder Outpost J-18 The Ancient Isles
Ancient Spire Outpost Q-17 The Ancient Isles
Galleon's Grave Outpost R-8 The Wilds
Dagger Tooth Outpost M-8 The Wilds
Morrow's Peak Outpost V-17 The Devil's Roar

Sea Posts[edit | edit source]

Sea Posts
Name Grid Region
The Spoils of Plenty Store B-7 The Shores of Plenty
The North Star Seapost H-10 The Shores of Plenty
The Finest Trading Post F-17 The Ancient Isles
Stephen's Spoils L-15 The Ancient Isles
Three Paces East Seapost S-10 The Wilds
The Wild Treasures Store O-4 The Wilds
Brian's Bazaar Y-12 The Devil's Roar
Roaring Traders U-20 The Devil's Roar

Fortresses[edit | edit source]

Name Grid Region
Keel Haul Fort C-6 The Shores of Plenty
Hidden Spring Keep I-8 The Shores of Plenty
Sailor's Knot Stronghold E-14 The Shores of Plenty
Lost Gold Fort H-17 The Ancient Isles
Old Boot Fort L-14 The Ancient Isles
The Crow's Nest Fortress O-17 The Ancient Isles
Skull Keep P-9 The Wilds
Kraken Watchtower L-6 The Wilds
Shark Fin Camp P-5 The Wilds
Molten Sands Fortress Z-11 The Devil's Roar

Islands[edit | edit source]

Islands & Islets
Name Grid Type Region
Barnacle Cay O-15 Islet The Ancient Isles
Black Sand Atoll O-3 Islet The Wilds
Black Water Enclave R-5 Islet The Wilds
Blind Man's Lagoon N-6 Islet The Wilds
Booty Isle K-20 Islet The Ancient Isles
Boulder Cay G-5 Islet The Shores of Plenty
Brimstone Rock X-18 Islet The Devil's Roar
Castaway Isle K-14 Islet The Ancient Isles
Chicken Isle I-16 Islet The Ancient Isles
Cinder Islet U-14 Islet The Devil's Roar
Cursewater Shores Y-13 Islet The Devil's Roar
Cutlass Cay M-18 Islet The Ancient Isles
Flame's End V-19 Islet The Devil's Roar
Fools Lagoon I-14 Islet The Ancient Isles
Forsaken Brink U-16 Islet The Devil's Roar
Glowstone Cay Z-18 Islet The Devil's Roar
Isle of Last Words O-9 Islet The Wilds
Lagoon of Whispers D-12 Islet The Shores of Plenty
Liar's Backbone S-11 Islet The Wilds
Lonely Isle G-8 Islet The Shores of Plenty
Lookout Point I-20 Islet The Ancient Isles
Magma's Tide Y-20 Islet The Devil's Roar
Mutineer Rock N-19 Islet The Ancient Isles
Old Salts Atoll F-18 Islet The Ancient Isles
Paradise Spring L-17 Islet The Ancient Isles
Picaroon Palms I-4 Islet The Shores of Plenty
Plunderer's Plight Q-6 Islet The Wilds
Rapier Cay D-8 Islet The Shores of Plenty
Roaring Sands U-21 Islet The Devil's Roar
Rum Runner Isle H-9 Islet The Shores of Plenty
Salty Sands G-3 Islet The Shores of Plenty
Sandy Shallows D-5 Islet The Shores of Plenty
Scorched Pass X-11 Islet The Devil's Roar
Scurvy Isley K-4 Islet The Wilds
Sea Dog's Rest C-11 Islet The Shores of Plenty
Shark Tooth Key P-13 Islet The Wilds
Shiver Retreat Q-11 Islet The Wilds
Tri-Rock Isle R-10 Islet The Wilds
Twin Groves H-11 Islet The Shores of Plenty
Ashen Reaches V-23 Island The Devil's Roar
Cannon Cove G-10 Island The Shores of Plenty
Crescent Isle B-9 Island The Shores of Plenty
Crook's Hollow M-16 Island The Ancient Isles
Devil's Ridge P-19 Island The Ancient Isles
Discovery Ridge E-17 Island The Ancient Isles
Fetcher's Rest V-12 Island The Devil's Roar
Flintlock Peninsula W-14 Island The Devil's Roar
Kraken's Fall R-12 Island The Wilds
Lone Cove H-6 Island The Shores of Plenty
Marauder's Arch Q-3 Island The Wilds
Mermaid's Hideaway B-13 Island The Shores of Plenty
Old Faithful Isle M-4 Island The Wilds
Plunder Valley G-16 Island The Ancient Isles
Ruby's Fall Y-16 Island The Devil's Roar
Sailor's Bounty C-4 Island The Shores of Plenty
Shark Bait Cove H-19 Island The Ancient Isles
Shipwreck Bay M-10 Island The Wilds
Smugglers' Bay F-3 Island The Shores of Plenty
Snake Island K-16 Island The Ancient Isles
The Crooked Masts O-11 Island The Wilds
The Devil's Thirst W-21 Island The Devil's Roar
The Sunken Grove P-7 Island The Wilds
Thieves' Haven L-20 Island The Ancient Isles
Wanderers Refuge F-12 Island The Shores of Plenty

Uncharted Locations[edit | edit source]

The Tribal Statue located in a cave at N-13, accessible by swimming through an underwater tunnel.
The underwater tunnel entrance at N-13.

There are a number of "uncharted" locations that do not appear on the Map.

Shipwrecks are uncharted and spawn randomly at predetermined map locations.

Some locations are uncharted and unnamed:

Uncharted Islands[edit | edit source]

Uncharted Islands players can explore:

  • I-12 and J-12: Two small, empty islands with no items or resources. The only thing of interest on land is a broken tent, hinting that there were castaways or shipwreck survivors on the island. There are some underwater ruins (a stone gate and building foundations) similar to those found at another island. There is also a cave system that leads to an exit out in the coral reef. There are multiple shipwrecks and a large coral reef surrounding the islands, and an oceanic trench nearby where at the very bottom lies a large skeleton of an unknown sea monster. There are also underwater ruins of a temple complex similar in design and layout to the temple located at N-13, with a stone altar with a triangular hole in it. Since The Hungering Deep event, the shipwreck of The Killer Whale can be found here with its mast sticking out of the water. Some players have started calling the uncharted island Killer Whale Island or Orca Isle after the sunken ship.
  • K-9: A crescent formation of land with an old shipwreck in the center pool overgrow by coral, with evidence on the land of people surviving there for some time (hammock, pots, skeletons, chains). Two skeletons can be found, one lay against a boulder, the other sitting at the edge of a cliff in slumped position. It appears they killed each other during a fight or duel. There's an underwater cave system that leads to a small candlelit cavern that contains some Barrels. Some players have named this island Dog Island or Canine Island as a joke, since the uncharted island is now located on the coordinates K-9, as K-9 is a common reference to dogs, or "canines."
  • N-13: Small land and rock formations with an underwater cave system that leads to a dark, hollow air pocket chamber, containing an ancient tribal statue. There are also large number of shipwrecks laying around from the Island and a temple hidden within an cave system underneath the coral reef located West from Island, with also has a stone altar with triangular hole in it. No items or resources. Since the Anniversary Update event, the shipwreck of the Magpie's Wing, with debris scattered on the west beach. Some players have started calling the uncharted island Magpie's Fall after the sunken ship.
  • Arches Peak (K-11): A group of four slanted rocky islands surrounding one large rocky island with triangle-shaped arch and a towering peak. Before the Forsaken Shores, the rocky islands were located at the very center of the Map on the borders of M-13, M-14, N-13, and N-14. Unlike other rocky islands that are normally surround by choppy waters, the water surrounding these tends to be calm. With the Anniversary Update, The Glorious Sea Dog Tavern was built onto the peak by the Sea Dogs to host The Arena. The Peak is unique in that it houses all of the different Shops similarly to an Outpost, but no Companies to turn in Treasure to. At the front door of the Tavern is Amaranta who represents the Glorious Sea Dogs in Adventure Mode. The Peak is surrounded with five smaller ports adorned with the flags of each of the five teams of the Arena, with each of these having a Cannon facing towards the Tavern itself.
  • Tribute Peak: Tribute Peak, (also known as the Shores of Gold) is an giant landmass found deep within the Devil's Shroud located at coordinates Y-2. Added during the Sea of Thieves Anniversary Update. A remote, sacred island protected by the Devil's Shroud. Only those worthy of the Shroudbreaker can make their way to her shores with its power. As such, it is impossible for others to follow those with the relic. The island is also the location for the last and final Tall Tale, the Shores of Gold.

Rocky Islands[edit | edit source]

Rock formations jutting out of water, which cannot be explored on foot:

  • Thread-the-Needle Rock (J-14): A group of five rocky islands with the one in middle being a large arch-shaped rock formation located North from Snake Island. Fans have named this rock formation “Thread-the-Needle Rock” as its small archway presents a challenge for crews to navigate through.
  • The Maze: Fan name for a group of six or five oddly-shaped rocky islands of various sizes located North-by-Northwest of Ancient Spire Outpost. Its passage is generally too narrow to sail through with a Galleon, but skilled Sloop crews might safely sail through.
  • Pinky Rock: Fan name for a rocky island located east of Shark Bait Cove.
  • Silent Watchers: Fan name for four large jagged rocky islands surrounding the Isle of Last Words.
  • Happy Fish Rock: Fan name for a big rock formation located North from Isle of Last Word just offshore, which happens to look like a giant fish that is happy splashing in the water.

Sea Volcanoes[edit | edit source]

Introduced in the Forsaken Shores, Sea Volcanoes are large rock formations within the Devil's Roar that erupted once in while, making sailing and navigating through the Devil's Roar treacherous. Most are positioned such that multiple small islands are within the range of their eruptions. Sea volcanoes can be found at X-12, V-15, Y-19, V-20, and Y-25.

Trivia[edit | edit source]