While on a trip to Oahu, I came across this beauty. It's the actual ship from all of those Pirates of the Caribbean movies. While it was the Black Pearl for the first three films, it became Blackbeard's ship (known as Queen Anne's Revenge) for the fourth film. The ship is quite impressive. It's sitting inside a fenced-area dry dock along the coast of Oahu (map and directions below). The detail level is amazing! I was able to get about 30 feet or so away from it, and you could easily make out all of the skeletons, design, and more that went into this incredible ship.
Talking to the locals, it sounds like this ship is waiting for Disney to decide what to do with it. My vote would be to either make another movie or move the vessel to a theme park or the nearby Disney Aulani resort. It's so visually striking that people would enjoy taking a look at it.
All of these shots were taken with a Fuji X-Pro 1.
If you ever find yourself on Oahu, getting to the ship is quite easy. Here's a Google map of its location:
View The Black Pearl in a larger map
What you need to do is to park where I've marked the pin, and then walk towards the boat landing to the beach area. Then, walk along the beach to check out the ship. Since beaches in Oahu are all public, you are free to walk along them. The parking area is a public-ish boat landing, and there were kids playing there when I visited. The entire walk takes about 5 minutes.