Skull And Bones: Dutchman’s Camp [Step-By-Step Guide]

Here is my take on how to reach the Dutchman's Camp and what you can find there!

Getting the blueprints of weapons, armor, and ships is pretty hard, as the locations are difficult to find. Locations like Dutchman’s Camp is one of them, but I have managed to find it in Skull and Bones. It is located on the far bottom right side of the map, so it will take a lot of time for you to get there. 

Key Takeaways
  • Dutchman’s Camp is one of the hardest locations in Skull and Bones, located at the bottom right side of the map in Batavia Reefs. 
  • Reaching the Dutchman’s Camp would take over 20-30 minutes.
  • I wouldn’t recommend fighting anyone on the way, as there were some level 9-10 ships.
  • On the Dutchman’s Camp, you can find two Rogue traders.
  • The Shipwrecked Rogue sells blueprints for Armor Husk 5 and Rocket Furnace 1.
  • The Rogue Trader sells different cosmetics for the player as well as for the ship. 

Dutchman’s Camp Location

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Location of Dutchman’s Camp On The Map (Image Taken By Us)

Pinpointing the exact location of the Dutchman’s camp is pretty difficult as it is located on the very right side of the map. However, I have found a route that can take me straight to the camp, but it will take a lot of time.

So, get ready for a long voyage and follow these steps to reach the location: 

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Bloody Channel, One of The Regions In Skull and Bones (Screenshot By Us)
  1. Reach The Bloody Channel: On your map, you might be able to see the Bloody Channel, so just simply head there. Get off the main island, take a left, then another left to get on a Route to Bloody Channel.  
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    Port I’Hermine In Skull and Bones (Image Captured By eXputer)
  2. Keep Going Until Port I’Hermine: Keep going straight for a while. Then, you will come across Port I’Hermine. Go straight from here, too, and on your way, you will notice a military base, Fort du Lys. If you can see that, you are going in the right direction.
    Southern-Basin
    Southern Basin, One of The Regions To Cross To Reach Dutchman’s Camp (Image Source: eXputer)
  3. New Region Southern Basin: After a while, you will come across a new region, the Southern Basin. Once you are in this region, the wind current might get strong. Also, I would highly recommend you not fight with any of the ships in your sight.
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    Batavia Reefs, The Region Where Dutchman’s Camp Is Located (Image By Us)
  4. Last Region Batavia Reefs: Before reaching Batavia Reefs, there is likely to be a fleet of ships fighting each other. Do not get involved with them; simply head to the destination until you reach Duthcman’s Camp. 

Things You Can Find In Dutchman’s Camp

After successfully crossing the regions, Dutchman’s Camp will be in sight in Batavia Reefs. So, get on the island and gather whatever you want to get from here. 

These are things you can find in the Dutchman’s Camp in Skull and Bones: 

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Buy Blueprints For Armor And Furniture From Shipwrecked Rogue (Image Copyright Credits: eXputer)
  • Shipwrecked Rogue: As soon as you enter the camp, you can see a trader named Shipwrecked Rogue. From this rouge, you can get the Iron Husk 5 along with the Rocket Furnace 1. Approach him to buy the blueprints for the aforementioned items and continue exploring.   
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    Throw Power At Pirate’s Bonfire To Boost Stamina Temporarily (Screenshot Grab By Us)
  • Pirate’s Bonfire: Another thing I noticed in the Dutchman’s Camp was the Pirate’s Bonfire. This is at the top left side of the camp, so head there and throw power. By throwing power, you will be able to boost your stamina regeneration for 20 minutes when you get out of the combat. So, it can come in handy. 
    Rogue-Trader
    Buy Different Cosmetics From The Rogue Trader (Image Captured By eXputer)
  • Rouge Trader: There is another trader in the Dutchman’s Camp. The trader is named a rogue trader who sells some of the most expensive yet best cosmetics. You can buy cosmetics for your ships or even for yourself. So, browse through whatever she has, and you might like something. 
  • Plenty Of Loot On The Island: Also, there are plenty of loot Torpedoes, Screwpins, Magnetite, and Fine Linen spread across the camp. So, make sure to explore the camp completely in order to get these useful items. 

Reaching the location of Dutchman’s Camp was pretty time-consuming, but it was worth going there as the loot and trade were pretty good.

In Dutchman’s Camp, I managed to find one of the best basic armor, along with pretty decent furniture. These can enhance the ship as they are pretty important.  However, I was expecting more blueprints as reaching this location took a lot of time. 

That is almost everything you would want to know about the Dutchman’s Camp in Skull and Bones. Similar places like this, such as Elders’ Cave, are hard to find. So, finding such places can be frustrating, but they can be worth the time as they might feature blueprints of weapons, armor, ships, and furniture. 

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