As the Flying Dutchman goes down in the maelstrom, Jack, Elizabeth, and Jack the monkey parachute off and float harmlessly to land in the water where they are picked up by the Black Pearl. Beckett moves the Endeavor, her gun barrels loaded, toward the Pearl and prepares for the attack. Suddenly, the Dutchman pops out of the water with their new captain, Will Turner, at the helm. Together, the Dutchman and the Pearl, pummel the Endeavor with their guns, blowing it up and killing Beckett. The rest of the British armada turns tail and runs away. Following their victory, Will and Elizabeth have their one day on land together. Before Will is forced to return to the Dutchman at sunset, he asks Elizabeth to keep the Dead Man's Chest with his heart inside. Some time later, Captain Jack prepares to leave Tortuga and heads to the dock where the Pearl is moored only to find it gone. Barbossa has commandeered the ship in order to search for the Fountain of Youth, once again leaving Jack behind. As he unfurls his map, however, he discovers that Jack has cut out the center of it. In the final scene, Jack unfurls the map cutout while sailing his dinghy, drinking rum, and singing, "It's the pirates' life for me."