River Boat

If you’ve done the quests in Thousand Needles since the Shattering, you’d probably have completed one of the starting quests, Two If By Boat taking you by canoe from the northern tip of Thousand Needles down to the Shimmering Flats area. Now this is a very fast canoe ride; it took about a minute to reach the other end of the Needles.

A motorised canoe ride

When you reach Fizzle & Pozzik’s Speedbarge, you’ll get a quest from Razzeric to build your own river boat, called Down in the Deeps.

Razzeric supplies you with a spare diving helm...

and flippers.

Before long, you’ll be travelling in style in your own river boat. Unfortunately, it’s only usable in Thousand Needles and only built for one person. With all the novelty items in my bags/bank, it would be nice if this could be summoned via spell, like the seahorse but alas, it takes up another spot in my bank.

Captain of your very own river boat

What a great way to travel while questing in the area

One of the older models, abandoned

Under the Barge you may even find the hidden room filled with takeaway containers, a calendar and floatie.

Secret hideaway perhaps?

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So next time you’re in the area, see if you can find this hidden room.

Author: Cymre

A disc priest and relic hunter who loves collecting achievements, silver dragon shots and pets. Other hobbies include transmog / costumes, novelty items, class sets as well as all things pets.

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  1. I love those quests, my Forsaken still has her boat taking up space in the bank in case she wants to visit Thousand Needles again!

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  2. I haven’t done Thousand needles in Cataclysm, these quests look like fun!

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  3. Darn, I bailed on the area before I finished the quest chain as I had ridiculously outlevelled it fast on my Tauradin. Might have to go back there with a toon at some point.

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  4. !! I had no idea about the secret room! I am so going to look for this.

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