The Sea Voyage is a late Jacobean comedy written by John Fletcher and Philip Massinger. The play is notable for its imitation of Shakespeare’s The Tempest. The play begins with a storm, and features a desert island and castaways at a banquet, just as in The Tempest. In addition to Shakespeare’s play, the collaborators consulted recent accounts of actual explorations, including those of William Strachey and John Nicoll. Along with Fletcher’s The Island Princess, The Sea Voyage has attracted the attention of some late twentieth century critics and scholars as part of the literature of colonialism and anti-colonialism.