Scafell Island was a small island in the Caribbean, located between Hispaniola and Jamaica. It mainly consisted of tall cliffs and dense forests, though it also possessed a small beach on one side, containing a few palm trees.
In the 1730s, the Assassin Adéwalé visited the island, finding a beached sperm whale, four dead Spanish sailors, a beachfire with some rum bottles and a rowing boat. Looting one of the corpses, he found a pouch for additional smoke bombs.
- The beached sperm whale, and the dead sailors in the rowing boat are possibly a reference to Herman Melville's novel, Moby-Dick.