There are only so many Tall Tales a pirate can remember. With all the shenanigans you and your crew get up to, who can remember how many nautical miles you’ve sailed, quests you’ve completed, or fish you’ve caught? Lucky for you, you can always refer to your Captain’s Logbook for a personalized record of your crew’s adventures!
What is a Captain's Logbook
The Captain’s Logbook is an interactable journal that records your crew’s adventures. Along with a record of your crew’s journey, the Captain’s Logbook shows your lifetime accomplishments for all to see!
The Captain’s Logbook will start fresh each time you set sail and update its pages throughout your journeys.
Like Emissary Flags, the Captain’s Logbook is attached to the ship until the ship sinks. You can find a Captain’s Logbook on the Captain’s Table of every Captained ship.
Any pirate can interact and read a Captain’s Logbook. Inside the Captain’s Logbook are details about the ship and its crew.
What does the Captain's Logbook track?
The Captain’s Logbook holds a record of your ship and crew’s latest journey. It contains information from how many miles the ship has sailed to how many fish the crew sailing the ship has caught.
Specifically, the Captain’s Logbook contains a Ship page, Ship’ History page, Crew pages, and Current Voyage pages.
The Ship page contains the name of the ship and its title.
Ship's History page
The Ship’s History page lists four accomplishments during the ship’s lifetime. These accomplishments include gold earned, days at sea, islands visited, and nautical miles sailed.
The Crew pages contain accomplishments the crew has achieved together, such as gold earned, voyage quests completed, and Captained ships spotted. The pages also include several deeds the crew has accomplished together, such as defeating a Kraken and collecting Flames of Fate.
Current Voyage pages
The Current Voyage pages will display information about the ship’s current sailing session. This information includes stats on days at sea, days since last sinking, nautical miles sailed, quests completed, and fish caught.
How do you customize your Captain's Logbook?
You can customize your Captain’s Logbook at the Ship Customization Chest on any Outpost. Select the Ship Decorations section and flip to the Captain’s Logbook page to find all the cosmetics for your Captain’s Logbook.
What happens when your ship sinks?
When a Captain’s ship sinks, its Captain’s Logbook will stop updating and float to the surface with any other treasure the vessel was carrying.
Another crew can then recover the Captain’s Logbook and sell it to The Reaper’s Bones for gold and reputation. The amount of gold and reputation is based on how many days the Logbook owners had gone without sinking. So, the more days since the ship last sunk, the more gold and reputation you will earn.
The sunk ship will spawn back with a new Captain’s Logbook, and the days since last sinking will be zero.
Where do you sell a Captain's Logbook
You can only sell a Captain’s Logbook to The Reaper’s Bones. Just like Emissary Flags, you cannot earn gold for your own Captain’s Logbook.
How much is a Captain's Logbook worth?
The value of a Captain’s Logbook is based on the in-game days since the last sinking. The longer a Captained ship has been at sea, the more its Captain’s Logbook is worth.
The name of the logbook will change as its value increases to show how valuable it is. The possible tiers a Captain’s Logbook can be is Noteworthy, Accomplished, Remarkable, and Extraordinary.
So if you find a Noteworthy Captain’s Logbook, you know it won’t be worth that much. However, if you see an Extraordinary Captain’s Logbook, you know to sail straight to The Reaper’s Bones and sell it!
The amount of gold for a Captain’s Logbook based on days since the last sinking is:
- Noteworthy (0 – 6 days) – 300 gold
- Accomplished (7 – 14 days ) – 2,500 gold
- Remarkable (15 – 19 days) – 10,000 gold
- Extraordinary (20+ days) – 25,000 gold