Sea of Thieves: Captain Stash Voyages Added in Update 2.6.1

Update 2.6.1
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Ahoy, mateys! A new patch for Sea of Thieves is now available on all platforms. Update 2.6.1 added the new Captain Stash Voyages.

The Captain Stash Voyages are available to everyone who has a Captain’s Ship. Players who already own a ship in Sea of Thieves can head to the shipwright to purchase these new voyages. Make sure to have enough money because these things are not cheap.

These special voyages will have players visit islands and dig up treasure. Beware, each time a treasure is found, different monsters will rush to its location.

Even though Captain Stash Voyages are expensive, players have a chance to get tons of good loot, including resource crates, ammo crates, tridents, and even the fiery Ashen Winds Skull.

Update 2.6.1 also brought improvements and bug fixes. Some of them can be found below:

  • Hit Registration Networking Improvements
    • Networking improvements have been made to the location and timing of player shots, providing a small improvement to hit registration for ranged weapons when firing at players on islands.
  • Sunken Merfolk Statues
    • Crews storing treasure in Sunken Merfolk Statues while beneath the waves will find upon surfacing that the friendly merfolk now appear closer to the ship for easier treasure retrieval.
  • Feed the Pigs!
    • Captured pigs will now take a little longer before becoming hungry, and the time before these hungry pigs subsequently perish has also been increased.
  • The Breath of the Sea can now be found on the plinth in the Shrine of the Coral Tomb after completing the intended actions.
  • While fishing, nameplates now appear on any caught novelty items, and if narration is enabled will also be narrated.
Captains of Adventure
  • Players will no longer be able to delete items that are placed inside Collector’s Chests while holding another Captain’s Logbook.
  • Captain’s Voyages can now be discarded from the Captain’s Bookshelf and will no longer return when starting another Captained session.
  • As Captains set sail in a new gameplay session, they will now find that the ship’s history in the Captain’s Logbook shows the correct value for Days at Sea.
  • Players will now experience a cooldown time when buying supplies from the shipwright at Dagger Tooth Outpost.
  • Captains sailing on Steam should no longer receive a notification that the Captain has left the crew when the Captain is still present.
  • The ship’s name will now appear correctly when proposing a Voyage on the Captain’s Table.
  • Players who join a Captained session in progress will now be able to see other Ship Banners when viewing other ships.

The full patch notes can be found here.

Sea of Thieves Update 2.6.1 is available on Xbox One, Xbox Series X/S, and PC.

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