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Lost at Sea Station is a location in Spirit Tracks, which houses the Mini-Dungeon of the same name.[1][note 1]

Entrance to the Station

Situated on an island in the southeast corner of the Ocean Realm, the Lost at Sea Station can only be accessed once Link gives five pieces of Dark Ore to Linebeck III. As a sign of gratitude, he will reward the young hero with a Force Gem that reveals the Spirit Tracks to the Station.[3]

When arriving at the Lost at Sea Station, Link encounters a cliff face and little else at ground level. To reach the top of the cliff, where numerous Birds, Crows and Cuccos await, he must play the Song of Birds to call a Bird carrying a trapeze, and use the Whip to grapple onto it. At the top, a hidden cave can be found by activating a Beacon with the Song of Light, then Bombing the rear wall where the Beacon's light shines.

Within the cave, there is nothing but a Gossip Stone; however, when it is activated with the Song of Awakening, it will tell Link of a new temple, based on a "legendary temple" from a distant land.[4] If Link agrees to enter the temple, he will be transported into it, thereupon unable to use his Sword or Bow.[5]

Themes and Navigation

Within the Lost at Sea Station's temple, Link will encounter all four types of Phantoms while he completes the objectives on each floor, which are based on various floors from the Temple of the Ocean King from Phantom Hourglass. The Phantoms cannot be defeated or possessed, as Link is unable to use his Sword and his Bow. Completing a floor's objective will unlock a door to the next floor.

Floor Phantoms Objective
First 2 regular Phantoms Light up all three Torchlights using the Boomerang.
Second 2 Torch Phantoms Put out all 13 lit Torchlights using the Whirlwind. This floor has a blank map and is completely dark aside from the Torchlights and Torch Phantoms.
Third 2 Warp Phantoms and one Phantom Eye Using the Whip, pull the correct Switch from each of the four pairs of fish statues. Pulling the incorrect Switch will add another Phantom Eye to the floor.
Fourth 4 Wrecker Phantoms Smash all of the Rocks by luring the Wrecker Phantoms into them, or by using Bombs
Fifth One of each type of Phantom and one Phantom Eye Open the Treasure Chests found in the four alcoves. Each one is guarded by the previous floors' elements.

After completing the final floor, Link will come to a Treasure Chest containing a Regal Ring, alongide a Portal that returns him to the Gossip Stone in the Lost at Sea Station. He can return to the temple and replay it as many times as he wants, earning himself an indefinite amount of Regal Rings.

Minor Enemies


TMC Forest Minish Artwork.png Names in Other Regions TMC Jabber Nut Sprite.png
CanadaFrenchCAGare cachée des mers[6][7]Hidden sea station
FranceFrenchEUGare cachée des mers[8][9]Hidden sea station
GermanyGermanGeheimbahnhof Meer[10][11] 
ItalyItalianStazione sul mare[12][13] 
SpainSpanishEUAndén oculto de los Mares [3][14]
Andén oculto de los Mares '"`UNIQ--ref-00000000-QINU`"'[15]
Latin AmericaSpanishLAAndén oculto de los Mares [1][16]
Andén oculto de los Mares [4][17]
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  1. The Lost at Sea Station was referred to as Lost at Sea Temple in The Legend of Zelda: Spirit Tracks — PRIMA Official Game Guide by Prima Games.[2] However, as this contradicts the name given in-game, it is not considered Canon.


  1. Encyclopedia (Dark Horse Books) pg. 290
  2. The Legend of Zelda: Spirit Tracks — PRIMA Official Game Guide (Prima Games) pg. 270
  3. "Oh, this is more than enough! Thanks, kid! Let me shake your hand!" — Linebeck III (Spirit Tracks)
  4. "This temple is a replica of a legendary temple in a distant kingdom. Many treasures are hidden within. And to protect these treasures are many Phantoms." — Gossip Stone (Spirit Tracks)
  5. "If you wish to enter, you cannot use your sword or bow. Do you wish to proceed?" — Gossip Stone (Spirit Tracks)
  6. "Gare cachée des mers" — Rail Map (Spirit Tracks)
  7. "Gare cachée des mers" — Rail Map (Spirit Tracks)
  8. "Gare cachée des mers" — Rail Map (Spirit Tracks)
  9. "Gare cachée des mers" — Rail Map (Spirit Tracks)
  10. "Geheimbahnhof Meer" — Rail Map (Spirit Tracks)
  11. "Geheimbahnhof Meer" — Rail Map (Spirit Tracks)
  12. "Stazione sul mare" — Rail Map (Spirit Tracks)
  13. "Stazione sul mare" — Rail Map (Spirit Tracks)
  14. "And. oculto de los Mares" — Rail Map (Spirit Tracks)
  15. "And. oculto de los Mares" — Rail Map (Spirit Tracks)
  16. "And. oculto de los Mares" — Rail Map (Spirit Tracks)
  17. "And. oculto de los Mares" — Rail Map (Spirit Tracks)
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