Clam Shellfish Guide + Location (Spiritfarer)

Catching a clam in Spiritfarer
How to Acquire Ship Hull
Regions Any Region
When to Catch Any time
Weather Any Weather
Selling Price 30 Glims

The clam is a small-sized shellfish you can find in Spiritfarer. It’s a very common shellfish to get, since it can be found stuck to the hull of your ship while surfing through any region in the game.

Where to Catch Clams

Clams can be found sticking on the side of your ship. / Spiritfarer
Clams can be found sticking on the side of your ship.

Clams are one of the few seafood ingredients that you don’t get via the fishing minigame. Instead, clams are found just stuck onto the hull of your ship.

All you need to do is jump in the water and interact with them to pull them off the ship.

That said, the type of shellfish that gets stuck on the hull of your ship is random. And you won’t always find clams when you dive to check.

If this is the case, simply sail around the map and check on your hull periodically until you find clams.

It’s also worth noting that you can find clams on your ship no matter the time of day and weather. You can also find them in any region in the game.


Cooking clams in the kitchen. / Spiritfarer
Cooking clams in the kitchen.

Here are all of the recipes that can use clams as an ingredient:

Dish Ingredients
Steamed Shellfish 1 Shellfish (Any Type)
  • Shellfish (Any Type)
  • Grain (Any Type)
Shellfish Stew
  • Shellfish (Any Type)
  • Savory Veggie (Any Type) or Mushroom
Fried Surf
  • 1 Shellfish (Any Type)
  • 1 Fat (Any Type)
Clam Cake
  • 1 Clam
  • 1 Flour (Any Kind)
Clam Chowder
  • 1 Milk (Dairy)
  • 1 Clam (Any Type)

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