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The Sunken Goldmine location in Skull and Bones

Are you looking for the Sunken Goldmine in Skull and Bones? Well, look no further, as we’ll show you how to find it.

The Sunken Goldmine is one of several outposts in Skull and Bones. You'll discover these as you travel across the Indian Ocean, looting and plundering until your cargo is full. For this particular location, you'll want to head towards the Coast of Africa.

It's far away from the opening areas of the game, so expect a lot of sailing if you haven't uncovered it or a nearby outpost yet. If you have, you can fast travel to make your journey there quicker. Either way, we've got you covered if you've yet to find it.

Where to find the Sunken Goldmine outpost in Skull and Bones

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The Sunken Goldmine outpost is in the Ziwa Kubwa area of the Coast of Africa region in Skull and Bones. This is not quite directly west of the Sainte-Anne Pirate Den, but fairly close. It is just a bit further north than a straight line.

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Other notable locations near the Sunken Goldmine are Harufu, the Kisini Settlement, and the Wawuvi Foundry. As you approach the location in-game, you can use your spyglass to identify it. Dock there and fast travel to and from the outpost becomes possible.

Best route to sail there

The red line is the path you should sail to reach the outpost (Screenshot via
The red line is the path you should sail to reach the outpost (Screenshot via

If you aren't lucky enough to have a nearby fast travel location, you'll need to sail all the way. Start at Sainte-Anne and follow these directions to reach the Sunken Goldmine in Skull and Bones:

  1. Sail west from Sainte-Anne and enter the river system near the Tsifo Lumberyard.
  2. Keep right when you past the Lumberyard to exit the river system back into the Indian Ocean.
  3. Continue directly wast until you come across a line of small islands along the coast of a larger landmass.
  4. Turn north once you hit the larger landmass and follow it as it wraps west
  5. Pass the Kambi Lumberyard and continue straight at the fork that creates a river
  6. Follow the narrow pathway west until it opens into wider waters
  7. Immediately sail north a short distance and you will come across five small islands with the Sunken Goldmine waiting on the other side

Make sure you have plenty of water, food, and repair kits as you travel there. You'll need to keep your stamina up to get there as fast as possible. And you never know when you'll get caught in a naval battle that requires a touch up of your ship afterwards.

What to do at the Sunken Goldmine in Skull and Bones?

Aside from collecting random items like cannonballs or uncooked food spread around the outpost, there are other interactions you can take part in. Here are the important things available at the Sunken Goldmine in Skull and Bones:

  • Buy or Sell from the Ungwana Merchant
    • Blazing Vengeance cosmetic
    • Imara Adornment cosmetic
    • Imara Forearms cosmetic
    • Bombard III weapon blueprint
    • Kallinikos Flame I weapon blueprint
    • Demi-Cannon Works I furniture blueprint
    • Sloop ship blueprint
    • Cannonball Crate
    • Bombard Crate
    • Torpedo Crate
    • Repair Kit I
    • Repair Kit II
    • Water Flask
    • Flour
    • Raw Beef
    • Ndizi
    • Raw Chicken
    • Raw Vegetables
    • Raw Mutton
    • Ndizi Na Nyama
    • Restoration Kit
  • Speak to the Helm Liaison for supply opportunities
  • Trade with the Officer
  • Cook at the Cookery
  • Throw Powder on the Pirate's Bonfire for a 20-minute Stamina Boost in the area
  • Dig up treasure at any of the landmarks if a treasure map leads you there

The Bombard III, Kallinikos Flame I, and Sloop blueprints are must-haves if you're still moving through the main campaign, before reaching the endgame.

A new ship and two powerful weapons for you to craft are not something to pass over, so get yourself to the Sunken Goldmine in Skull and Bones as soon as you can.

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