In 1738, the Assassins started using the Swedish Levant Company as a cover for their operations.
In 1748, the Assassins were asked by Achilles Davenport, Mentor of the Colonial Brotherhood, to build a brig in order to fight the Templars across the Atlantic Ocean. At that time however, King Frederik I of Sweden was building his navy with the funding of George II of Great Britain in Stockholm's dockyard. Thus, the Assassins could not comply, since the dockyard was full of Templar agents, and instead recommended that the French Brotherhood construct the ship instead.
- Achilles Davenport (Colonial Brotherhood)