How to Get Rid of Voyages in Sea of Thieves

Remove or abandon voyages in Sea of Thieves so you can take on more challenging missions.

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Picking up and starting voyages in Sea of Thieves is how you’ll earn your gold as a pirate. As you rank up, you might find that some old and less valuable voyages are taking up precious space in your inventory. Rest assured, you don’t actually have to take time completing them, as there is a way to get rid of voyages in Sea of Thieves.

How to Get Rid of Voyages

Abandoning a voyage in Sea of Thieves isn’t as easy as opening your inventory and removing it, but it’s not overly complicated either. Hopefully Rare adds a mechanic that allows you to do it from within the menu, but for now you need to use a roundabout method.

To get rid of the voyage you don’t want, head to your boat and into the captain’s quarters. Interact with the table to propose a quest and select the voyage you want to abandon. Get everyone to vote on the quest you want to remove, and once it has been accepted, get everyone to vote to cancel the quest. You will need the majority of players to vote for both the accept quest and cancel quest options.

With the voyage canceled, you should find that you now have a spare slot for new quests in the Voyage tab. You will need to use the above method to remove all the voyages you no longer want to hold onto in Sea of Thieves. The advantage of removing voyages is that as you increase your rank, you gain access to voyages that give you greater rewards, which is an excellent way of getting more gold. If your quest slots are full of old voyages (ones from the lower rank), it can feel like a waste of time completing them for meager rewards.

Now that you’ve managed to clear up your inventory, remember to check out our Sea of Thieves guide for more insight into the various mechanics and features in the game.

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