|Mysterious Islands||Mercenaries||The Brave Selkirk was named by Nemo’s shipbuilders in honor of the ancient sailor who called the Mysterious Islands home, long before even Nemo did.|
- This ship's name may reference Alexander Selkirk, a Scottish sailor who survived for years after being marooned on an island in the Southeast Pacific. His tale was the inspiration for the Daniel Defoe story Robinson Crusoe, and the island he was marooned on has since been named Robinson Crusoe Island. Nearby is an island named Alejandro Selkirk Island, likely named for Selkirk himself. This suggests the events of Mysterious Islands occurred in parts of the Southeast Pacific.