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Top 11 movie locations to visit on a luxury yacht

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Indian River, Dominica

Filming location for the The Dead Man’s Chest

Fictional setting: In the second film of the Pirates of the Caribbean series Jack Sparrow visits the voodoo priestess Tia Dalma’s wooden shack in the hope she will help with his quest to secure the Dead Man’s Chest. A series of trades leaves Jack knowing the location of the Flying Dutchman but later it transpires she had not been as helpful as first thought.

True location: Not nearly as eerie if visited in daylight the wooden hut still remains on the bank of the Indian River in Dominica. No motor boats are allowed on the river so go on a rowing boat tour and make sure you stop off at Cobra's Bush Bar and Botanical Gardens, one of the most iconic yachty watering holes.

Nearby: There are no superyacht marinas in Dominica but one of the nicest anchorages is in nearby Rupert’s Bay. From there you can tender in to meet your rowing boat or to any of Dominica’s numerous other inland attractions. 

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