This article is about something that is no longer active in the Club Penguin universe.
|Where||At the Beach (as of January 4, 2017)|
|Opened||March 7, 2005|
|Closed||March 30, 2017|
- This article is about the ship, The Migrator. Were you looking for the upper deck room, which was also named "Migrator" or for the Club Penguin Island version?
The Migrator was a pirate ship piloted and owned by Rockhopper and his first mate Yarr. While it was an average sized ship, it was more than capable of sailing across the seas, and allowed Rockhopper to explore many islands, crossing many seas.
Parts of the ship
- Main article: Migrator
The upper deck was the the top part of the ship. While there was not much to see here, there was the ship's wheel, which provided control over the ship's movement. There was 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 served as a lookout point for the ship, as well as a means of defense, through the Snow Cannon 3000. Yarr liked to be in the Crow's Nest and use his telescope, and often went up there.
- Main article: Ship Hold
The Ship Hold served as the storage for the entire ship, with many treasures being stored here. There was also a small shop, which allowed penguins to buy treasures that Rockhopper found.
- Main article: Captain's Quarters
The Captain's Quarters was Rockhopper's personal room, where he made maps, plans treasure searches, and, along with Yarr, slept. A key was required to enter. The game Treasure Hunt could be played here.
In reality, there were three incarnations of The Migrator.
The original version of the Migrator was built by Rockhopper on Club Penguin Island. While the duration or start date of the building process is unknown, Rockhopper finished on March 7, 2005. On October 13, 2006, Rockhopper returned to the island for the first time.
The upper deck was the only area accessible at the time, as the rest of the ship was closed to the public. Due to the Ship Hold not being open, Rockhopper's Rare Items were sold here. His journal could also be read here. After April 27, 2007, the items were instead moved into the Ship Hold.
Due to a small iceberg, the Migrator sunk on January 17, 2008.
After a few months of salvaging, restoration, cleaning, and repairing, the Migrator was rebuilt as new, on April 10, 2008. As thanks, Rockhopper allowed penguins to access his quarters, on April 28, 2008. The Crow's Nest was also opened. Due to Rockhopper's journal being preserved in the Book Room, it could no longer be read here.
The third incarnation of the Migrator was first seen at the Holiday Party 2016. It was completed at an unknown time in early 2015.
- There was a server in Club Penguin called Migrator. There is also a world in Club Penguin Island with the same name.
Names in other languages