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Help The Boatswain

Sep 19, 2016
Help The Boatswain
  • This walkthrough was created using Build 14 Beta 4 it may differ from other versions of the game.

    (Fred Bob is a very good officer – really worth having)

    (what Fred Bob does not know is not worth knowing - if you can understand what he says)


    Talk to Orable Caron - St Pierre Port, Martinique

    ( ORABLE CARON is part of several quests – Smuggling, Help the Boatswain, Blacques – so be careful with the dialogue. )

    Talk about the Boatswain – Go to other part of Port – through passage by harbourmasters house.

    Talk to Fred Bob – (before you talk to the Guard Captain go and talk to Fred Bob again - Say:- I'm about to go and see the Captain of the Guard right now. - then you can ask Fred Bob questions about sailing and running your ship and stuff - if you can understand his answers).

    Then go and talk to Old Fart ( Aufort ) in town centre.

    Go back and talk to Fred Bob. – Give him money to settle his debts

    He joins your crew & Gives you letter. (see last Quest Book entry about what to do.)

    Quest Over

    Story continues in Help the Lady Quest