Kaya Scodelario: Carina Smyth
Captain Hector Barbossa : [sees Carina's diary] Where did you get that from, Missy? I know this book, stolen from an Italian ship, many years ago.
Carina Smyth : Stolen? No, you're mistaken.
Captain Hector Barbossa : There was a Ruby on the cover, I would not soon forget.
Carina Smyth : This was given to me by my father. He was clearly a man of science.
Captain Hector Barbossa : He was clearly a common thief.
Carina Smyth : The memory of my father will not be befouled by the tongue of a pirate! This diary is my birthright. Left to me on the steps of a children's home. Along with a name, and nothing else.
Captain Hector Barbossa : Oh, so you are an orphan? What be you called?
Carina Smyth : The brightest star in the North gave me my name.
Captain Hector Barbossa : That would be Carina?
Carina Smyth : Carina Smith. So you do know your stars?
Captain Hector Barbossa : I'm a captain. I know which stars to follow home.
Henry : Maybe Jack was right.
Carina Smyth : About what?
Henry : The unscratchable itch.
[he goes to kiss her and she slaps his face]
Henry : Why did you do that for?
Carina Smyth : Just checking it's truly you. That you're not just a ghost.
Henry : It's me.
Carina Smyth : Then I was...
Henry : Wrong.
Carina Smyth : Slightly in error. Although one...
Henry : [now he kisses her] Apology accepted.
Carina Smyth : This ship. Those ghosts. There can be no logical explanation.
Henry : Myths of the sea are real, Carina. I'm glad you can finally see you were wrong.
Carina Smyth : Wrong? Perhaps I had some doubts.
Henry : This is the worst apology I've ever heard.
Carina Smyth : Apology? Why would I apologize?
Henry : Because we've been chased by the dead, sailing on a ship, raised from a bottle. Where is your science in that?
Carina Smyth : Fine, I will apologize.
Henry : Go on, then.
Carina Smyth : Well then, one could argue that you owe *me* an apology, as my life has been threatened by pirates and dead men.
Henry : Which you now believe in, sorry to say.
Carina Smyth : Apology accepted.
Carina Smyth : Give me my diary
Captain Jack Sparrow : Give me The Map That No Man Can Read
Carina Smyth : If you could read it then it wouldn't be called 'The Map That No Man Can Read'
Captain Jack Sparrow : Most of the men on this ship can't read, which makes all maps 'The Maps That No Man Can Read'
Carina Smyth : If you can't read it then you have no use for it, or me