Tell No Tales (ゴーゴー ココマリン lit. Go! Go! Coco Marine in Japanese) is the eighteenth level and is the third level of the fourth warp room in Crash Bandicoot 3: Warped and the Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy remaster of the third game. The first pirate-themed level since Makin' Waves in the first warp room, it once again features Coco cruising the water on her nifty high-tech jet-ski, avoiding pirate lab assistants and bombs as she searches for the crystal.
This level's name is an obvious allusion to the expression "dead men tell no tales". The phrase, essentially meaning that one's secrets cannot be betrayed by someone who is not alive, was often used in reference to pirates, who made a habit of killing off only the people who "knew too much".
This is the only level in the Demo version of the game, which is accessed by inputting a secret code in Spyro the Dragon(Triangle + L1). It features four major differences from the one in the final version. The first one is that there used to be 60 crates in the level, instead of 61. This can be made obvious when pressing the Triangle button while playing. The second one is the line of 3 lives seen behind the yellow buoys. In the Demo, they appear halfway through the level. The third one is the Crystal placement, being suspended in mid-air near the end of the level. In the retail version, there is a single life placed there instead. Lastly, the music is slightly different compared to the final version.
Though not entirely certain if intentional or not or even stated as such, the level's title might be a reference to the famous line, "dead men tell no tales" from the Pirates of the Caribbean attractions at Disneyland and Walt Disney World.
If the player pays close attention, they can see the end of the level when stationary at the first checkpoint.