The Flying Dutchman serves as Davy Jones' main headquarters in Operation: DUTCHMAN. It was featured in the story's prologue when Davy Jones attacked Oceana, with the help of the Kraken. Ten years later, the Dutchman shot down Sector V's C.O.O.L.B.U.S., and the Dutchman Pirates confronted Sectors V and Sector L. Eva Roberts agreed to go with the pirates on the Dutchman in exchange for letting the others go, but she later escapes with Sector Z's help. In the story's climax, the Dutchman is caught in the maelstrom with the other ships and participates in the final battle. When Davy Jones is defeated, the Dutchman collapses.
The Flying Dutchman is a dark, seaweed-green ship that is totally covered with coral and oceanic debris. The sails are a rainy gray and very weathered. The ship has a mouth of sharp teeth under its keel.
As a cursed ship, the Flying Dutchman is immune to attacks from regular ships. Its cannons can destroy a normal ship in minutes, and can easily shoot aircraft out of the sky. The front of the ship has triple cannons. The mast is able to be risen via turning its wheel, and when the mast crashes back down, it sends a shockwave through the ocean that summons the Kraken. The Dutchman is able to travel and maneuver underwater, and can go between the Mortal World and Davy Jones' Locker at will. It can warp to any ocean in any world.
The Dutchman is vulnerable to attacks from cursed ships. If Davy Jones is killed, the Dutchman will collapse.
Stories It's AppearedEdit
- Mika's New Life
- Operation: ANCESTOR (ending)
- Operation: DUTCHMAN
- Operation: ERASED
- Sector SA (Rolling Dutchman)
- The Great Candied Adventure (mentioned)
- Legend of the Seven Lights (King Dutchman)
- When Gamewizard was first watching Pirates: Dead Man's Chest, he thought Davy Jones was also nicknamed the "Flying Dutchman."
- In Operation: GALACSIA, the main villain vehicle was an air/spacecraft (The Massive). In ANCESTOR, it was a land craft (the Demon Train). The 3rd story of the Benders' Dawn Saga features the Dutchman, a sea craft.