In The Case of the Modern Pirate, the Corinthia was the third and final name for the ship which John Sebastian Blake and his partner Nicholas Diaz had chartered, under false pretenses, for their plan to embark on a career as modern day pirates. Originally the Cygnet, the ship called at Cape Town as Pauline. Outbound from Cape Town with a cargo for South America, the ship was again repainted and renamed Corinthia and a course set for Brisbane, Australia, where the cargo was sold and another load taken onboard, this time, including a consignment of bar gold. Outbound from Brisbane, the ship was caught in a typhoon and wrecked off the north coast of Papua New Guinea, where it was later found by Biggles and co.

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