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The Migrator is a pirate ship that sees service under Rockhopper and Yarr. The ship's design is like a small Galleon clipper ship. It is used often for Rockhopper and Yarr's adventures on the seven seas and is considered Rockhopper's home.
The ship is supposedly built from wood as, according to Rockhopper, it was assembled on Club Penguin Island. It is a streamlined ship with two floors, high-rise sails, and multiple portholes. Rockhopper has used the ship in many expeditions for which he has documented in his journal.
- Main article: Migrator
The upper deck is the top part of the ship. It contains the ship's wheel which provides steering, a door leading down to the lower deck, and a mast leading up to the Crow's Nest.
- Main article: Crow's Nest
The Crow's Nest serves as a lookout point for the ship, as well as a means of defense. The Snow Cannon 3000 included here is often used to destroy icebergs. Yarr uses his telescope here on lookout duty.
- Main article: Ship Hold
The Ship Hold serves as the storage area for cargo, including many treasures. It contains a small shop, which allows penguins to buy rare items that Rockhopper finds.
- Main article: Captain's Quarters
The Captain's Quarters is Rockhopper's personal room. It contains various items, treasures, and an office for Rockhopper to do his writing and charting.
Island Adventure Party: Rockhopper's Quest
For the Island Adventure Party: Rockhopper's Quest, Rockhopper wanted to allow penguins to venture on the ship for a quest to construct a beacon for Shipwreck Island. To make travel times faster, he asked Gary to upgrade the ship.
Gary retrofitted temporary upgrades to The Migrator to make its speed significantly fast and to endure more damage. The upgrade included a titanium hull and two giant jackhammers added to the front of the ship for protection from icebergs, plus a giant fan to provide reliable wind for the sail.
- The ship contains two flags. The flags on the ship resemble the Jolly Roger flag but with a puffle instead of a skull.
- ↑ Page B2, Club Penguin Times issue #65