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Captain's Quarters
Captain's Quarters before Puffle Party 2014.png

Where Inside The Migrator
Opened April 28, 2008[1]
Closed March 30, 2017
Mini-games Treasure Hunt
Room ID 422
Tour Description
This is the Captain's Quarters! Rockhopper spends a lot of time here. Look at the corkboard for his photos! Or, grab a friend and hunt for some treasure!

The Captain's Quarters was a room inside The Migrator, a pirate ship owned by Captain Rockhopper. This room was where Rockhopper made maps, counted his loot, planned treasure hunts, and along with Yarr, slept. Treasure Hunt could be played in this room. In order to gain access, players needed Rockhopper's Key Pin.

Like the Ship Hold, various objects were stored here, although much less in comparison. Some of the objects were dear to Rockhopper, such as the Friendship Bracelet he received from Bambadee, and the camera he received from Aunt Arctic. On the wall, there was a corkboard, which always had notes and pictures of things Rockhopper wanted to do on his current visit.

The room was decked out with treasure, which was in a pile next to Rockhopper's desk, in the upper right corner of the room. The lower area was occupied by sandboxes for Treasure Hunt, with carpets beneath. In the lower left corner, there was a drawer with a mirror. The upper left corner had the door leading out, with two palm trees on either side.

The Notice Board was also here, which, each time Rockhopper visited, had different information on it.


For years, Rockhopper refused to let penguins inside his quarters. It was not until after the end of the Save the Migrator Project that he let penguins inside, as an expression of his gratitude for everyone restoring his ship.

The key to get inside was hidden at the end of his journal, which is located in the Book Room, after Rockhopper's Arrival Party ended on April 28, 2008.


  • During Holiday Parties, the sand in the Treasure Hunt boards were replaced with snow, there was garland hanging on the walls, and banners advertising Coins for Change. The pile of treasure in the corner was replaced with snow, the treasure chests in the room were covered in wrapping paper, and the plants were made more "Holiday-like". There was also a Christmas tree by the notice board.


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Names in other languages

Language Name
Portuguese Aposentos do Capitão
French Quartiers du Capitaine
Spanish Camarote del Capitán
German Kapitänsquartier
Russian Каюта капитана



Geographic location