Shipwrecks Archive

PTC -The Shark Reef by Yatkuu and 6Kyubi6

Saturday, March 15th, 2014
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Teamwork Across on the Seas

Working together over email, Yatkuu and 6Kyubi6 have created two sets that fit together perfectly in style and function. The wrecked ship has been masterfully changed into a place for the remaining crew to live on Shark Reef's rocky outcroppings. The creations have a lot of great details from the pirates re-purposing parts of the ship, very much worth checking out the close up photos.

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Rock Island Fortress by Yawgmoth

Friday, January 3rd, 2014
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Rock Island Fortress

Eurobricks member Yawgmoth has created this lovely island hideaway for his merry band of pirates. Inspired by the classic 6273 Rock Island Refuge, this throwback to the glory days of Pirates boasts several detachable sections and a very lovely shipwreck built in to the piece. Not bad for a shipbuilder!

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Miniland Underwater Shipwreck in Legoland Florida

Thursday, November 22nd, 2012

An Underwater Shipwreck

Look out for that shark!

While Legoland Florida may have its own Miniland section devoted entirely to LEGO pirates, they also boast an impressive shipwreck in their Florida section. This great photo best captures the angle and details of the scene.

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The Black Rock by Matthew Hurt

Friday, November 2nd, 2012

Where's All the Rum?

Shipwrecks happen, but when it happens to you remember step one: locate the rum! Matthew Hurt built this amazing shipwreck scene with tattered brick sales and planks everywhere. Looks like the pirates are making the best of it though, at least they have a safe place from the rain.

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Pirates Remorse by Thoy Bradley

Friday, April 13th, 2012

Pirates Remorse, a LEGO MOC by Thoy Bradley

A sad ending...

Check out this fine creation from Flickr member Thoy Bradley. A giant wave has put the journey of those pirates to an abrupt end... But at least it resulted in this very detailed MOC!

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Great Naval Battle by Gobernador

Monday, November 8th, 2010

So many cannons, so few ships.

With more cannons than you can count, this Naval battle during the Napolenic War is a MOC that must be seen.  You are looking at a mere portion of the MOC at hand.  With ships crumbling at the knees of the Imperials, and a base so many studs big, I lost count, this is a MOC for the ages.

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The Legend Of Porthgwarra by Derfel Cardarn

Monday, March 22nd, 2010
The Legend Of Porthgwarra by Derfel Cardarn

It seems like there are two people on the rock, or not? Mysterious...

Eurobricks and Classic-Pirates.com member Derfel Cardarn has started a new series of MOC's called 'Myths & Legends' and this is the first part. It is a great landscape with a lot of awesome buildings and other things. And that's not all...it is,  just like the rest of the series, combined with a myth or legend! For the story you will have to go to the forum. Other MOC's of the series will have something to do with a.o. Jack the Ripper and Sleepy Hollow. It's nice to follow this project because it's full of great details and very informative.

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Shipwreck Island by Matn

Wednesday, October 14th, 2009

Many months ago an Imperial Governor was captured aboard a Pirate vessel. Soon after the Pirates got caught up in a terrible storm and were shipwrecked upon a desert island along with the captive governor. After running out of provisions from the Captains cabin the wrecked crew are waiting for rescue on a diet of bananas and fish.

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I caught a fish!

The new MOC from Matn, Shipwreck Island, mixes many different techniques and ideas in to a well designed MOC. It has the right amount of Island, Sea and other scenic elements like the wrecked ship's cabin. Also adding the authentic looking tent created by using the ship's sail was a nice and well pulled off idea.

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