|"Voyage", from the Final Fantasy: Pray vocal arrangement album|
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"The Boundless Ocean" was first released in the original version of the game's soundtrack, of which it was the twenty-fifth track. It was subsequently re-recorded for the original soundtrack of the DS version of Final Fantasy III, of which it is the thirtieth track.
"The Boundless Ocean" is heard on the world map on two occasions: it plays as the overworld theme for the submerged Surface World, until Kraken is defeated and the Water Crystal is restored. After that, this theme can be heard while travelling underwater on the Nautilus.
The original NES version of "The Boundless Ocean" is part of the Final Fantasy III Music Pack DLC distributed through the PlayStation Network. It may be automatically selected for Arcade and Quick Battles featuring the Onion Knight and/or the Cloud of Darkness or taking place at the Crystal Tower or the World of Darkness.
Arrangement Album appearancesEdit
"The Boundless Ocean" is part of the fourth song of the album, "Montage". This arrangement was produced by Nobuo Uematsu and the narration was performed by Jeff Levy. The vocals were performed by Michiaki Kato and Shizuru Ohtaka.
"Voyage" is a vocal arrangement of the tune "Boundless Ocean", featured in the music album Final Fantasy: Pray. It is sung in Japanese by Risa Ohki.
A piano arranged version of "The Boundless Ocean" appears on this album. It was arranged by Hiroyuki Nakayama and is the tenth track of the album.