Ships Archive

Lion of Luebeck by maydayartist

Tuesday, August 11th, 2009

Lion of Luebeck by maydayartist

Lion of Luebeck by maydayartist

Yargh, Eurobricks and Classic-Pirates.com member maydayartist has been busy at work with a wonderful Pirate ship! Seen in the brilliant photograph set in his Pirate Island above, she is a fantastic ship that makes use of some interesting techniques such as the SNOT sides of the ship. This galleon is ready to take on any fleet!

Race to the Pirates forum to see maydayartist's ship before she sails away!

RTN LNA goes to Brickworld!

Friday, July 3rd, 2009
RTN LNA's fleet at Brickworld 2009

RTN LNA's fleet at Brickworld 2009

Veteran ship MOCer Kurt Baty, better known as Republic of Texas Navy LEGO Naval Architect, took his fleet (and numerous other MOCs) to Brickworld last month, and the display sure is a sight to behold! Furthermore, the RTS Zavala was nominated for, and won, the prestigious Brickworld 2009 Best Sea Craft Award.

Be sure to congratulate Kurt on his Brickworld display in the Pirate forum, or find more out about his ships here

The Going Merry by Guss

Monday, June 29th, 2009

Going Merry by Guss in the Pirates forum

After months of effort, Guss finally produces an amazing Pirate ship. Based on that of the One Piece manga strip, this model is a perfect reflection of the real thing. Guss did a brilliant job capturing details such as the figurehead and the custom sails. This ship sure is a beauty!

Head over to the pirate forum to check the Going Merry by Guss out!

Redbeard’s Largest Command by legofox

Sunday, June 21st, 2009

Redbeard's Largest Command by legofox on Classic-Pirates.com

As a great addition to the large range of MOCs created by Classic-Pirates.com members, legofox shares with us an amazing ship with an excellent brick built hull and great unique features such as the wooden masts and string rigging. This is a brilliant ship certainly worth a look with bigger pictures.

Hurry to the Pirates forum to see more of Redbeard's Largest Command by legofox.

HMS Victory by DundS

Monday, June 15th, 2009

HMS Victory in minifig scale by DundS

We don't usually publish MOCs that aren't already alive and kicking in our vibrant Pirates forum, but in our constant effort to provide you with brilliant MOCs as we find them, we have decided to make an exception.
So without further ado ladies and minifigs, we present to you, HMS Victory in minifig scale by DundS!
We have a member of our Pirates forum also working on an HMS Victory of similar size.

Check Teddy's Victory out in the Pirate forum!

Wood & LEGO by legofox

Tuesday, June 2nd, 2009

Wood & LEGO by legofox in the Pirate forum
Something not often seen in our LEGO® Pirate community, is LEGO ships built partly with other materials. Sure, we see the occasional paper sail, kebab stick mast, but an entire wooden hull? Classic-Pirates.com forum user legofox presents us with something completely unique. Certainly a first in the LEGO Pirate hobby, this wooden hulled ship is sure an eye-pleaser!

Check out the wood and LEGO ship by legofox in the Pirate forum!

HMS Vanguard, by Lukemax

Monday, June 1st, 2009

Lukemax presents his first ship, constructed 2 years ago but only recently uploaded!

Go to the Pirate forum to discuss the HMS Vanguard, a LEGO ship by Lukemax

A 20 gun Frigate

 The HMS vanguard, based on the HMS surprise and the black and white 1800 british ships at the time.

Now go to the Pirate forum to discuss Lukemax's HMS Vanguard!

HMS Knight by Captain Cavinano

Friday, May 29th, 2009

HMS Knight by Captain Cavinano in the Classic-Pirates.com Pirate forum.

Yesterday, Classic-Pirates.com forum member Captain Cavinano was kind enough to share with us his great work in the line of shipbuilding. His beautiful 6-deck 6285 Black Seas Barracuda, effectively known as the 'HMS Knight', boasts some lovely custom sails as well as some customs on minifig torsos. This ship is sure something for our member Captain Cavinano to smile about!

And you'll smile too if you check out some more photos of Captain Cavinano's HMS Knight!



LEGO Company Ltd


Classic-Pirates.com is an unofficial Pirate LEGO® fan website which is not endorsed by the LEGO® Group. Please visit www.LEGO.com