Ships Archive

‘Marie’ a MOC by Tekka Croe

Tuesday, May 5th, 2009

'Marie' is an impressive ship designed with a sleek round stern, plain white sails and a awe inspiring jet black figure head, ready to instill the most hearty pirates with fear. Laden with cannons and rigging this ship is a welcome addition to any navy.

Discuss Marie a MOC by Tekka Croe in the forum

A menacing black figure head and plain white sails complete the MOC

'Marie' was designed and built by Tekka Croe who's original design varied quite indifferently from this updated version. The unusual element in the MOC is the sleek curved stern which holds the large captain's cabin. The MOC is full of surprises and interesting LEGO® elements and techniques.

Click to discuss 'Marie' a MOC by Tekka Croe in the forum


Dutch Fluyt by Captain Cavinano

Sunday, May 3rd, 2009

Dutch Fluyt by Captain Cavinano in the Pirate forum.

Tumblehome effect in CAD? You've got to be joking! But no, Captain Cavinano has done just that with his model of a Dutch Fluyt. This 3-masted ship built entriely digital brick with no pre-fab hulls is quite stunning in its shape, design and colour scheme. And, it has great custom cannons!

Rush over to the Pirate forum and discuss Captain Cavinano's Dutch Fluyt!

HMS Ajax by Lukemax

Saturday, April 25th, 2009

HMS Ajax by Lukemax

Lukemax presents his latest ship, HMS Ajax. Boasting lovey stern windows and a beautiful bow, she has more beautiful curves than the wench at the local tavern...

Head over to the Pirates forum to check her out!


On a side note, can all our readers please take a moment today to think about all the brave soldiers that landed at and defended Anzac Cove on this day, 1915. Lest we forget.

HMS Leopard, by Captain K.

Thursday, April 16th, 2009

This masterpiece was built by Captain K. The HMS Leopard is a British Royal Navy Class 4 Battleship with 60 cannons.

Click here to discuss Captain K.'s HMS Leopard in the Classic Pirates forum

Make sure that you discuss the HMS Leopard in the Pirate forum.

“La Angel” by PurirideVry

Wednesday, April 15th, 2009
Technique, anyone?

Technique, anyone?

 Sometimes, MOCs are so packed with new and innovative techniques that you end up staring at it for quite a while. This is certainly the case with PurirideVry's La Angel, a three masted ship with what is undoubtedly the best use of wedge pieces ever to be used in a Pirate MOC.

Discuss PurirideVry's "La Angel" in the Pirate forum!

Galleon by Ciamoslaw Ciamek

Sunday, April 12th, 2009

Galleon by Ciamoslaw Ciamek

Cap'n Blackmoor shares with us this interesting MOCpages find created by Ciamoslaw Ciamek. His MOCpages account reads:

"XVII century. The great discoverer and adventurer, Herman Coldres, sails with his small galleon and fresh recruited crew for an another conquer in the New World."

Trust us when we say you'll want to check this one out properly!

So, hurry on over to the Pirate forum to see more and discuss this magnificent galleon!

Two Pirate MOC’s by DNL

Saturday, March 7th, 2009

"Sir, What is that rumbling sound?" "What rumbling sound? I have no idea what you are talking about!"

Next stop: the end of the world!

DNL, not a regular pirate MOCer, contributes some of his latest work to the Pirate forum. So if you like this ship, what are you waiting for? There is another big MOC in the Pirate forum just waiting to be seen!

Discuss this ship and the other MOC in the Pirate forum.

Sailing the Seven Seas with Gambort

Friday, February 27th, 2009

Gambort treats us all to a magnificent ship, based off of the French lugger "Le Coureur", complete with a fully brick-built hull, custom cannons, and unique masts: 

Magnifique, non?

Magnifique, non?

Be sure to see the Flickr gallery, then discuss Le Coureur in the Pirate forum!

Project: Willim, by Captain green hair

Thursday, February 19th, 2009

If there's one WIP worth following, it's the minifig-scale replica of the Dutch VOC ship Prins Willim which Captain green hair is constructing. Have a look at all pictures showing the latest status of this project (which is spanning multiple years) by clicking on the picture below.

Discuss this marvelous Willim ship in the Pirate forum.

Click to see more pics!

Discuss his marvelous Willim WIP in the Pirates forum!

Dutch 18th century yacht, the ”Utrecht”, by Captain Green Hair

Tuesday, February 17th, 2009

Look at this amazing Dutch ship!

Another Captain Green Hair creation

Another Captain Green Hair creation

"Harr swashbucklers, I present you my latest ship.
It's an 18th century Dutch yacht, used to sail VIP's around and stay in contact with the larger ships offshore.
Some of these ships were privatly owned by rich merchants and they are basically the first pleasure yachts as we know today.
It is based loosely on the original Utrecht." -
Captain green hair

 Come on over to discuss the ''Utrecht'' now!

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