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Prince Egbert’s Pleasure Yacht by Hinckley

Sunday, June 27th, 2010

Prince Egbert's Pleasure Yacht, a Lego ship built by Hinckley

It's not a warship!

Take a look at this old, but not previously blogged on and truly eye-catching vessel. This Pleasure Yacht was built by Eurobricks member and admin Hinckley in 2007 and really deserves its place in our blog.

Note the amazing figurehead as well as the huge and detailed sterncastle. This creation has a backstory of its own so make sure to check it out as well!

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The Ratsée by Legeaux

Saturday, June 19th, 2010
The Supply Tender Ratsee - a Lego creation by Legeaux

The Supply Tender Ratsee

Today is the time to show you another Pirate Lego creation which is not so new, but great and has not previously been featured on It's the fabulous supply tender Ratsée built by Mr. Richie Dulin aka Legeaux.

The hull of this beautiful vessel is partially customised - it uses a white center section which was painted grey. The sails are obviously customs too.

You have to admit that the ship's colour scheme is really quite eye-catching.

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Bayonets at Dawn Contest – winners announced!

Tuesday, June 8th, 2010

The winners of Bayonets at Dawn Contest are now announced

Congratulations to the winners! proudly presents the winners of the Bayonets at Dawn Contest! First of all, we'd like to thank everyone for their participation and all the great entries we've seen thanks to you! And now the winners:

First prize goes to The Kalabalik at Bender by PrEtzel.

Second prize goes to Battle of Fontenoy by Perfectionist.

Take some time to look at these wonderful entries again! We'd also like to thank everyone who contributed by voting, as well as Brickarms for donating some wonderful prizes!

Feel free to congratulate the winners in the forum!

Battle of La Haye Sainte by DanMov

Friday, June 4th, 2010
Battle of La Haye Sainte, a Lego creation by DanMov

The battle begins... user DanMov has shown us his Bayonets at Dawn contest entry. The MOC represents the beginning of the Battle for La Haye Sainte.

It's a very big diorama which could probably be easily used for miniature wargaming of some sort, using Lego soldiers!

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Armada Flagship by nyanta

Saturday, May 15th, 2010

An Imperial Armada Flagship - a Lego MOC built by nyanta

A beautiful vessel built for Imperial Armada soldiers

Not only new and fresh MOCs deserve to be shown here. Sometimes we find old creations that definitely deserve being blogged on

Like, for example, this neat vessel. Built using parts from two Armada Flagship sets, it has a nice white, blue and green colour scheme. It also proves that relatively large and splendid-looking ships can be built using standard narrow hull sections. Its builder - nyanta - really did some great job with it!

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Shark Attack by Scrat

Monday, April 26th, 2010

Shark Attack, a pirate Lego creation by Scrat

Seems hungry...

Check out this very nice-looking MOC from Eurobricks and member Scrat.

The giant hungry creature seen here is of course a Duplo shark, which, as you see, fits pretty well as part of this violent and bloody scene.

It doesn't seem like the pirates have any chance of survival...

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Paddles’ Inn by MetroiD

Thursday, April 1st, 2010

Paddles' Inn, a land-based Lego creation by MetroiD

The inn of the Pirates' Town

The's Community Build winners may have been announced, but there's still some interesting MOCs left worth mentioning... Like this beautiful inn built by Eurobricks member MetroiD.

It features two floors with a total of 3 bedrooms, and a nice-looking yard which even has an outhouse. Please also note the very interesting roof design. This Pirate Lego creation has even a backstory of its own - make sure to read it too!

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Morgue/Coffin Works by Waterbrick Down

Friday, March 26th, 2010

A morgue and a coffin shop, a land-based MOC by Waterbrick Down

The morgue is open!

As part of community build, Eurobricks user Waterbrick Down has shown us this pretty nice MOC representing both a morgue and a coffin shop.

The exterior is very good-looking, but make sure to check out the interior details, complete with two floors, a coffin builder's workshop and even the morgue's latest "customer".

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The Drunken Fish Tavern by Bricknave

Friday, February 26th, 2010

A land-based MOC - a tavern and a secret meeting place for pirates

Where the pirates get drunk...

As part of the Community Build, Eurobricks member Bricknave shows us his latest MOC. As the builder himself describes it, "Close to the sea, The Drunken Fish Tavern sells fresh(ish) food and alcohol. However, thanks to being far from the heart of the Imperial-Officer infested town, it is also a secret meeting place for pirates on the run!

The (removable) roof looks great, but the most interesting part is the tavern's interior (with stairs and two floors), so make sure to check it out! There's quite a party going on in there!

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The Skull Beneath The Skin by Derfel Cardarn

Thursday, February 11th, 2010

A pirate hideout - a land based MOC by Derfel Cardarn

Captain Brown Hat's Island retreat... MOC expert Derfel Cardarn brings us this wonderful land based MOC - The Skull Beneath The Skin, a pirate hideout. As the creator himself describes it, it is "Captain Brown Hat's Island retreat, free from the eye of Redcoats and great for cannon fishing". Make sure to check out all the details of this truly amazing creation!

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