Jolly Roger Bay

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Jolly Roger Bay
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How to unlock 3 Power Stars 
Boss(es) None 
Level(s) Super Mario 64
Plunder in the Sunken Ship
Can the Eel Come Out to Play?
Treasure in the Ocean Cave
Red Coins on the Ship Afloat
Blast to the Stone Pillar
Through the Jet Stream

Super Mario 64 DS
Plunder in the Sunken Ship
Can the Eel Come Out to Play?
Treasure in the Ocean Cave
Blast to the Stone Pillar
Red Coins on the Ship Afloat
Switch Star of the Bay
Through the Jet Stream 
Stars Super Mario 64:
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Super Mario 64 DS:
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Map of Jolly Roger Bay in Super Mario 64 DS.
Map of the Sunken Ship in Super Mario 64 DS.

Jolly Roger Bay is the third course in Super Mario 64 and its remake, Super Mario 64 DS. It is a stage filled with water and surrounded by cliffs. Above the water are two Metal Cap blocks, a cannon and a ! Switch to make a bridge to a sunken pirate ship (once it rises out of the water). Under the water is the ship in the first level, Unagi when that level is completed, a third Metal Cap, and the tunnel to the pirates cave. The entrance to Jolly Roger Bay is on the main floor of Peach's castle, up the stairs to the right, and behind the star door labeled "3", meaning that three Power Stars are required to enter. Along with Dire, Dire Docks, one of this stage's most unique features is that another layer of instruments is added to the song as Mario dives in the water, and another as Mario enters the cave. Jolly Roger is also the name given to the typical pirate flags. It is also the name of the infamous pirate ship of Captain Hook, the pirate from Peter Pan.

Missions[edit]

Mission Appears in Summary
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Plunder in the Sunken Ship
Super Mario 64
Super Mario 64 DS
This mission involves collecting a Power Star inside of a sunken ship.
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Can the Eel Come Out to Play?
Super Mario 64
Super Mario 64 DS
The mission's objective involves grabbing a Power Star connected to Unagi the Eel.
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Treasure in the Ocean Cave
Super Mario 64
Super Mario 64 DS
This mission involves collecting a Power Star hidden by The Cap'n.
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Red Coins on the Ship Afloat
Super Mario 64
Super Mario 64 DS
This mission involves collecting eight Red Coins located throughout the bay.
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Blast to the Stone Pillar
Super Mario 64
Super Mario 64 DS
The goal of this mission is to grab a Power Star on a high platform.
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Through the Jet Stream
Super Mario 64
Super Mario 64 DS
This mission's objective is to grab a Power Star inside of a jet stream.
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Switch Star of the Bay
Super Mario 64 DS This mission's objective is to use a Star Switch to grab a Power Star in a cage.

Enemies[edit]

Statistics from Super Mario 64[edit]

  • Total Number of coins: 104 (128 in Super Mario 64 DS)
  • Caps Found: Metal Cap (3)
  • Spinning Heart: (none)
  • Cannons: 1
  • 1-Up Mushrooms (2):
    • Static Mushrooms : #1 On top of one of the pillars near Star 5.
    • Triggered Mushroom : #2 Appears after swimming through the coin ring by the eel.
  • Warps : (none)

Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese かいぞくのいりえ
Kaizoku no irie
Pirate's Cove
Spanish Bahía del capitán Captain's Bay
French Baie des Pirates Pirates' Bay
German Piratenbucht-Panik Pirate Bay Panic
Italian Baia Pirata Pirate Bay
Russian Бухта Пиратов
Bukhta Piratov
Bay of Pirates
Korean 해적들이있었던바닷가
Haejeokdeul i itsseotdeon badatga
Bay that Pirates have been

Trivia[edit]

The two different paintings of Jolly Roger Bay.
Jolly Roger Bay before and after Plunder in the Sunken Ship.
Jolly Roger Bay before and after Plunder in the Sunken Ship.
Jolly Roger Bay before and after Plunder in the Sunken Ship.
  • The painting that acts as an entrance to Jolly Roger Bay depicts a sunken ship. However, in Japanese copies of Super Mario 64 (except for the Shindou Edition), the painting is of a cloud of bubbles. In Super Mario 64 DS, the painting of bubbles is used regardless of the game region and the frame is light-blue instead of yellow.
  • When Mario enters Jolly Roger Bay for the first time, the sky is dark and a layer of fog blankets everything. After obtaining Plunder in the Sunken Ship, the sky lights up and the fog vanishes. Unlike almost everything else in the game, even if the player replays the first star, these two effects won't return.
  • When Mario enters the sunken ship, it is in a state where it is tilted upright. However, when Mario drains the ship and it rises from the water, it is still in this matter, yet in other levels it is straight. This is illogical, because since the ship in the first level rose out, it should be sticking out of the water with the stern underwater.