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Beatrice Le Beak's Ship
First appearance "The Great Never Sea Conquest"
Latest appearance
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Maximum speed
Crew Beatrice Le Beak (captain)
Fast Claw
Fate Still with Beatrice Le Beak

Beatrice Le Beak's Ship is the vessel of the sneaky, plundering pirate Beatrice Le Beak. It serves as Le Beak's main means of travel across the vast Never Sea in her quest to uncover the various treasures of Never Land.

Roles in the series

While not appearing in the episode the "Jake and Sneaky Le Beak!," Beatrice's ship is mentioned by her in her debut.Beatrice claims her ship was wreck when she tricks Captain Hook to grants her permission to come aboard the Jolly Roger. While aboard Hook's ship Beatrice overhears Hook and his crew going on a treasure hunt for the Splendor Gem hidden be hide Rainbow Falls. She soon reveals her goals to take the gem for herself as she takes commands of the Jolly Roger leaving Hook, Smee, Sharky and Bones a drift in her rowboat.

Beatrice Le Beak's Ship makes its debut in the episode special "The Great Never Sea Conquest", to deal with threat of Lord Fathom, Jake creates the League of Never Sea Captains: Himself, Captain Hook, Captain Flynn, Captain Frost , and Beatrice Le Beak. The League tries to stop Lord Fathom but he's too powerful.The Winter Hawk was among the various vessels that were heavily damaged.Jake decides that they need to regroup somewhere Lord Fathom can't find them and devise a new plan of action to defeat him.Jake's Destiny Sword suddenly makes the Mighty Colossus rise out of the Never Sea and makes him it's captain.Beatrice's ship makes a last appearance at the end of the special once Jake and the League of Never Sea Captains defeat Lord Fathom.Beatrice and Fast Claw sail away.

Printed material

Beatrice's Ship only appearance in printed media is the storybook adaptation of the The Great Never Sea Conquest.


  • The emblem on the sails of Beatrice's ship bears the Fleur-de-lis a stylized lily (in French, fleur means "flower", and lis means "lily") that is used as a decorative design or motif.


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