Ships Archive

Death’s Breath by Dr Rod

Wednesday, August 11th, 2010
Death's Breath, a custom LEGO pirate ship by Dr Rod

A magnificent pirate vessel...

Check out this amazing giant pirate ship called Death's Breath, built by Eurobricks and Classic-Pirates.com member Dr Rod. The picture shows the vessel being displayed at BrickExpo in Canberra, Australia.

Its creator claims it was built hastily - certainly the picture doesn't show that. The interior details are still to be completed, so good luck with that!

Discuss Death's Breath by Dr Rod in the forum!

Ship vignette by BaronSat

Tuesday, August 10th, 2010

A cross-section of a part of the ship, a LEGO MOC by BaronSat

The sailors are busy...

Sometimes we do show you old MOCs which definitely deserve being featured on Classic-Pirates.com. This is the case with this vignette, built by BaronSat in 2006.

This MOC features a cross-section of a ship's hull, showing various activities taking place on a typical day at sea. And there is much to be done on a ship like this one!

Discuss Ship vignette from BaronSat in the forum!

Black Seas Barracuda mod by puriri

Saturday, August 7th, 2010

The Classic Black Seas Barracuda extended for extra duty

The Black Seas Barracuda is one of the most iconic LEGO Pirate ships since it was the first large ship LEGO ever produced.  Now puriri has updated this classic ship to be bigger and badder than the original.  As a hardcore fan of the original, I must say this is a great mod.

Comment on the Black Seas Barracuda in the Pirate Forum.

The Dark Scream by Karlo

Thursday, August 5th, 2010
A black pirate ship

A brand new scary pirate ship!

Eurobricks member Karlo proudly presents his favorite build, the Dark Scream! A ship with some new aspects and techniques, check out the gunports for example! The nice custom rigging and sails are like the chocolate on a cake. The spiders on the hull make this vessel even more spooky.

Time for you to check out The Dark Scream by Karlo in the pirate forum!

Imperial ship Adrianna by mvelic

Tuesday, July 27th, 2010

Take a look at this magnificent vessel!

How better to introduce yourself on our forum than with a big imperial three-masted ship with an impressive broadside? Mvelic did just that. And the ship is very modular so you can take a look inside every tiny corner of it. This ship has everything, from a large captain's cabin to a room full of weapons and ammunition. You can see crewmembers everywhere, busy with their day-to-day life, so you really have the feeling of going back in time.

Take a look at the Imperial ship Adrianna by mvelic in the LEGO MOC's forum!

Frigate Achille WIP by Perfectionist

Sunday, July 11th, 2010

One of the best Lego ships ever made!

And another fine vessel is almost ready to sail the brick-oceans! It's the French frigate Achille, with 22 guns on the gundeck, 6 on the topdeck, 6 swivel guns and 2 bow chasers (so be careful!). This ship combines all the best details and techniques of other ship builders + Perfectionist his own inventive ideas. A must see for all the ship-lovers among us! It already has a perfect rigging and is also going to get sails, making it even more impressive!

Sail to the Frigate Achille WIP by Perfectionist now!

HMS Borea WIP by Captain K.

Monday, July 5th, 2010

One sail is enough to participate in combat!

It may still be a WIP, but the sloop of war HMS Borea is already looking very impressive! It has a good colourscheme, some nice details on the deck and a very experienced crew. And do you think that Captain K. has forgotten an important feature? Then don't hesitate to share thoughts with him and your idea might actually be added to this -already- very fine vessel! Want to see more of this ship? Then here's what to do:

Head over to HMS Borea WIP by Captain K. in the forum!

Pingue by Brig. Brick

Wednesday, June 30th, 2010
The Pingue, it'll smuggle you

Pingue, small ship, big masts

She may be small, but the Pingue has plenty of masts, which equals plenty of speed.  Although small, this ship packs some details, and maybe a canon or two.  Be sure to check out it's evolution in the Pirate Forum.

Comment on this Ship in the Pirate Forum.



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