New EuroBricks member Storel brings us a great redesign of one of our favorite ships, BrickBeard's Bounty. Cleverly named BrickBeard's Bounty II, it has cues from the original but is bigger and better. The improved color scheme and deck space are just a few of the notable improvements.
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Take a good look at this huge ship built by Classic-Pirates.com user De Sandman. He named it Prinses Nikki after his daughter! It took him about three months to build this powerful Dutch vessel. She's a real beauty!
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Flickr member MadLEGOMan brings us one of the most recognizable ships in the LEGO line, the Black Seas Barracuda. However today it is not smooth sailing as the legendary ship is under attack by the Kraken. I love seeing this classic ship placed in new scenes, may the memory of the BSB live on, assuming the Kraken doesn't destroy it.
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Eurobricks member Sebeus Iniwum gives us a few adorable itty-bitty ships, the most exciting of which is the tiny Black Pearl! The shape of the ship is captured charmingly in miniature, with clever use of pieces like the Collectible Mini figure stand. It's a great little MOC that deserves a close study.
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Eurobricks member RTN LNA has put together a Navy from an alternate history of Texas. It was posted here some time ago, but the Navy was on display at Brick Fiesta this year, and we're bringing it back as a blast from the past! There are several vessels here, so it's definitely worth a look.
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Gobernator and the Hispalug Members have created a massive Diorama including 29 ships and more than 300 mini figures. From wrecked ships, to the British Armada this Diorama is impressive with the number and quality of ships included. You'll see a few familiar faces in the LEGO ships line, but there are many customs as well. Definitely worth a look.
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Eurobricks member Hiawatha brings us a beautiful ship he has named the USS Essex. There is much to see on this vessel, so much more than one picture can describe. There is a full interior with Pirates acting just right as well as a main deck level, no space was left unused in this MOC. The white sails give it a presence of good, but is it?
See many more pictures of the USS Essex in the forum!