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Pip's Ship
First appearance "Pirate Genie-in-a-Bottle!"
Latest appearance "Smee-erella!"
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Crew Pip the Pirate Genie (captain)
Fate Still with Pip

Pip's Ship is a golden ship belonging to Pip the Pirate Genie it was originally a small ship confined in a bottle and served as Pip's lamp but once he gain's his freedom thanks to Jake and his crew it transformed into a real ship allowing Pip the means to sail the vast Never Sea.


Pip was bond to his ship-in-a-bottle and have to use his powers when the owner of the bottle (his master) makes a wish; he occasionally does things without granting a wish, but never anything that greatly affects the world around him. For whatever crew keeps a hold of his bottle, each crew member gets one wish. Pip's bottle comes into the possession of Jake and his crew one day on Pirate Island, and he remains in servitude until Jake and his crew uses the combination of their wishes to grant Pip's his own real ship thus his freedom at the end of the episode "Pirate Genie-in-a-Bottle!".

Roles in the series

Pip's ship first appeared in the episode "Pirate Genie-in-a-Bottle!," after Captain Hook's final wish (Sharky's), he got a mountain of gold but in the end, Hook's greed does him in. He causes a golden rock-slide when Hook slam his Pickaxe-Hook into the mountain, sending Hook and his crew falling to their doom. Luckily, Jake and his crew were sailing nearby to find Pip and decided to help. Izzy used her pixie dust to rescue Hook and his crew but unfortunately the model ship inside Pip's ship-in-the-bottle was damage. Jake and his crew return to Pirate Island with Pip who couldn't wait to grant his young friends their wishes but Jake and crew decides to grant Pip a ship of his very own. The now-free Genie thanks the young pirates before setting sail from Pirate Island.

Pip's ship reappears at the end of the episode "Smee-erella!", taking part in the pirate ship parade led by Mr. Smee.


  • Pip's Ship is also another reference to the Genie of the lamp from Disney's Aladdin series in the condition: After Pip or the Genie is freed both of their possessions (lamp, ship) turns into their mobile home.


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