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The Flying Dutchman model @ Disney's Castaway Kay

Used in the film Pirates of the Caribbean as the Flying Dutchman's ghost ship. It now rests on the coastline on Disney's Caribbean island. Passengers taking sail on the Disney Caribbean Cruise line can visit this while on shore!

Pirate Ship - Flying Duchman by Tom Allmon

Stories of ghosts and paranormal activities at sea interests us all. The mystery of the Flying Dutchman ship is one such story that scares even the one with the strongest heart. Know the mystery of the Ghost ship Flying Dutchman inside the article.

The Flying Dutchman was on it's way home from the Far East in 1641 when a violent storm blew up. While battling the storm for hours the ship eventually hit a huge rock and began to sink. As his ship went down the captain shouted, “I will round this Cape even if I have to keep sailing until doomsday!” True to his word, the Flying Dutchman makes an appearance to sailors near the Cape of Good Hope in the midst of a storm. Legend has it that if you see the Dutchman you are as doomed as it was.

The Flying Dutchman is a legendary ghost ship that can never make port, doomed to sail the oceans forever. The myth is likely to have originated from nautical folklore. The oldest extant version dates to the late century.

Flying Dutchman

The famous ship HMS Bounty which appeared in Hollywood movies like 'Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest' has gone down with huge waves churned up y megastorm Sandy off the North Carolina coast


Pirate Ship on the High Seas. We gonna bring that mother DOWN!

.............   ................................♥...Nims...♥

Peter Pan ~ Peter and the Starcatchers ~Captain Hook's ship, Disneyland Paris

¿Qué tenemos ahora? ¿Un barco?, dije yo. Exacto, Amadeo, un barco... Cita de "Los detectives salvajes", Roberto Bolaño.

The ship and sky are black and white while the ocean has a blue overlay. Or the photo was originally color and the ship and sky were layered black and white. It is a striking effect, though I might have upped the contrast on the ship.