Realizing that the Kraken is after Jack and not the Pearl nor its crew, Elizabeth distracts Jack with a kiss while shackling his hand to the mast. The survivors then abandon the ship and take the longboat to shore, Elizabeth telling them that Jack chose to stay behind to give them time to escape. Jack manages to break out of the shackle by greasing his wrist with lamp oil, but the Kraken attacks the Pearl once again, this time taking the ship and Jack with it to the watery depths below. Watching from a distance on the Flying Dutchman, Jones opens the chest and is angered when he finds it empty, his heart having been taken by Norrington (Jack Davenport) and delivered to Beckett in hopes of gaining his pardon. Will, Elizabeth, and the remaining crewmen (Gibbs (Kevin McNally), Pintel (Lee Arenberg), Ragetti (Mackenzie Crook), Marty (Martin Klebba), and Cotton (David Bailie) return to Tia Dalma (Naomie Harris) and drink a sorrowful toast 'to Captain Jack...a gentleman of fortune...a good man.' In the final scene, Tia Dalma asks whether they would be willing to travel to World's End, the gateway to Davy Jones' locker in order to rescue Jack, and everyone agrees. 'Then you will need a captain who knows those waters,' she says. Footsteps sound on the stairs and, to everyone's surprise, in walks Captain Barbossa (Geoffrey Rush) with Jack, the little monkey, on his shoulder.