Jolly Redd's Treasure Trawler

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Jolly Redd's Treasure Trawler
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A player entering Jolly Redd's Treasure Trawler
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Function Store
Services Art
Staff Redd
Opening Hours All day (depends on appearing)
Number of items available 4 (art)
2 (furniture)
Main appearances

Other appearances
Names in other languages
 여욱 마켓
 Navío Ambulante de Ladino
 Navío Ambulante de Ladino
 Il mare di tesori di Volpolo
 Расчудесный трюм Рэдда
 Reiners Schatzkutter
 Redds Schattenschuit

Jolly Redd's Treasure Trawler is a store introduced in Animal Crossing: New Horizons' April Free Update. It is owned by Redd, replacing Crazy Redd's from prior games.


The ship docks at the small beach at the rear of the island, and usually comes either once or twice a week. In order for the player to access the ship, they will need a ladder, which the recipe is obtained from Tom Nook. The player can also construct inclines or remove cliffs using the cliff construction permit.

Inside the ship, Redd sells a gallery of artwork, four at a time, that can be donated to the museum. However, like in previous games, they have the chance to be forgeries (any or all of the available art pieces can be forgeries). Blathers will not accept any forgeries. Only one piece of artwork can be purchased per day, even if purchased at another island, and it will be delivered to the player the following day. Redd also sells a random selection of two furniture items, possessing color variations not normally available at the island's Nook's Cranny. These do not count toward the player's one art piece and are in unlimited stock, but cost 1.5x more Bells than the item's usual price.

Authentic art odds[edit]

There are four art pieces available for sale on Redd's ship. These artworks will consist of between two and four paintings, and zero to two sculptures.

Each artwork may be authentic or a fake:

  • 10% chance of 1 fake, 3 real
  • 30% chance of 2 fake, 2 real
  • 50% chance of 3 fake, 1 real
  • 10% chance of 4 fake, 0 real

Furthermore, for each real item there is a 20% chance of it being a guaranteed non-donated artwork.



Names in other languages[edit]

Japanese いなりマーケット
Inari māketto
Inari's Market; refers to Inari Ōkami, a Japanese kami known for their foxes.

Korean 여욱 마켓
yeoug makes
Yeowook's Market

Simplified Chinese 九尾市场
Jiǔ wěi shìchǎng
Nine Tail Market

Traditional Chinese 九尾市場

Russian Расчудесный трюм Рэдда
Raschudesnyy tryum Redda
Redd's Wonderful Hold

Dutch Redds Schattenschuit Redd's treasure ship

German Reiners Schatzkutter Reiner's Treasurecutter

European Spanish Navío Ambulante de Ladino Redd's Moving Ship

European French Rounarama Portmanteau of "Rounard" (Redd's French name) and "Panorama"

Italian Il mare di tesori di Volpolo Redd's sea of treasures

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