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Trinidad in the PC release of Mario's Time Machine
First appearance Mario's Time Machine (1993)
Greater location Pacific Ocean
Inhabitants Humans (including Ferdinand Magellan and Juan Sebastian Del Cano)
Trinidad in the SNES release of Mario's Time Machine

Trinidad was the flagship of Ferdinand Magellan, which he personally captained during his voyage across the Pacific Ocean. It was staffed with a number of crewmembers, including Juan Sebastian Del Cano as its first mate. While out at sea, the ship was plagued with problems, including a mutiny against Ferdinand, a scourge of scurvy, a lack of food, and, in 1521, Ferdinand's Astrolabe is stolen by a time traveling Bowser (according to Mario's Time Machine). Mario later travels to the Trinidad himself with the astrolabe in hand and, not knowing exactly what is going on nor who the astrolabe belongs to, questions the ship's crew about current events. Eventually, they tell him that the Astrolabe belongs to Ferdinand, and Mario returns it to him before time traveling back to the present.

In the NES release, Bill Blasters make a cameo aboard the ship, although they do not fire.


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