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I got a complete treasure map and I know where to land to find it. But I cannot, my ship keep bouncing on the beach.

I played that game long ago on my computer and I'm trying the Wii version. I don't remember if I had to do something special on the PC version, what I remember is that I just had to crash on the beach to get a party on foot, but I did not find how to do this on the Wii version.

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Not saying this works but it's worth trying. When on the shore where a treasure is, pull out your telescopic lens and browse the shore around the X on your map until you see your target. Then attempt to land on the shore. You may need a button press (A) to land instead of moving into the shore. I will post as an answer if it works. –  Sadly Not Nov 23 '10 at 7:22
    
@thethinman That was it! I had to use telescopic lens so the treasure show in the landscape. There is no "party on foot" on the WII, it was the fact the I played it on PC before that confused me... Post it as an answer and you will get the Bounty. –  DavRob60 Nov 23 '10 at 13:17

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When on the shore where the treasure is, pull out your telescopic lens and browse the shore around the X on your map (marking the treasure's location) until you see your target. Then attempt to land on the shore.

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No need to press a button. –  DavRob60 Nov 24 '10 at 16:14
    
Perfect, edited. Thanks for the quick accept :) –  Sadly Not Nov 24 '10 at 16:15
    
what i want to now is how to do it whithout the tellescope –  user16022 Dec 6 '11 at 21:35
    
@user16022 I don't believe you can do it without a telescopic lens. –  Sadly Not Jan 15 '13 at 1:42

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