If you’re in need of some inspiration regarding pirate ship names in Sea of Thieves, you’ve come to the right place. The game has finally allowed you to christen the ship you’re captaining. Naturally, this can lead to some indecision; you don’t want your vessel to set sail under a lame moniker. So, in this guide, we’re going to give you some ideas for cool ship names and funny ship names (both historical and fictional), and give you a few helpful links while we’re at it.
Best Pirate Ship Names Sea of Thieves
Obviously, the best pirate ship names in Sea of Thieves (and in general) are a matter of taste. Maybe you want to use a name of a historic pirate vessel. You know, like New York Revenge, the ship of William Kidd, or Queen Anne’s Revenge (Blackbeard’s ship), or The Revenge (Calico Jack), or Golden Hind (Sir Francis Drake). Those are cool ship names, even if there’s a lot of revenge. Maybe you want to use fictional names instead. In that case, you can go with Jolly Roger (Captain Hook), Jackdaw (Assassin’s Creed), or Marie Elena (Elder Scrolls IV). You can find a ton of ideas in this article from Pontoonopedia. Alternatively, just use a name generator like this one. My favorites it produced are The Good Strumpet and The Uncultured Eel.
So, those are some of the best pirate ship names you can use in Sea of Thieves, and a few sources you can use for inspiration. Personally, I’d name mine something like The Dog Bowl or The Plugged Bathtub, if you’re more into funny ship names. The Sea of Thieves Twitter account has a bunch of those. Now, there are some limitations you’ll have to take into account. The name can only be 20 characters long, can’t end in a space, can’t have numbers, and you can’t use certain characters. And if you’re planning to use some special characters like “ñ,” best name your ship in all caps. That way, it will display correctly everywhere. Otherwise, you might encounter some capitalization inconsistencies. And that about wraps it up. Good luck out there!