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The Corinthian
The OBS Corinthian, the first production from the yards of Olympic Harbor. The ship carries 22 guns while only being the length of the famed Skull's Eye Schooner.
About this creation

The Olympic Brick Ship Corinthian is named after the birthplace of Admiral Zale Alexander's great-grandfather.

A view of the front of the ship.

Conversely, the stern of the ship. You can see the crew working the rigging.

The port side revealing the two level, 11 cannon broadside.

The view when approaching the ship in a launch. The Admiral supposedly has a workout routine related to the boarding process.

A view without the sails so the masts can be seen in greater detail.

Another side picture with a better view of the bridge.

A bow view where you can see the Golden Parrot figurehead, the mounted rifles, the anchor, and some sort of shenanigans going on on the deck.

A close up view of the figurehead.

A view of the captain's cabin, adorned with cutlasses.

Another view of the port side with the storm covers down.

Oh, hello there!

Officers milling about on deck.

The bridge, currently under command of the First Lieutenant.

An interior view of the upper gun deck.

Reportedly the Admiral decided after this photograph that he should not have let a local Brick Scout man the camera.

Another shot of the anchor.

Admiral Zale Alexander of the Olympic Brick Fleet inside his cabin. On the exterior katanas collected in past travels are displayed.

And the inside of the cabin. Alexander is known to be slightly insecure regarding his bald spot.

The crew loading cargo out of the launch. Many of them are known to be exceptional arm wrestlers.

This particular officer drew the short stick for the day.

With apologies for the fog, another shot of the cabin exterior.

Same weather conditions, though this time another shot of the bow.

We are unsure if the Admiral authorized the attempted cookout on the front deck, but we have heard that the hot dogs were quite tasty!


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  November 29, 2011
This boat deserves more attention on the site! You should add some more pictures of the ship and its interior!
Sean D
Ron R
  October 14, 2010
Seaaaaan!!! Thank Goodness- The USS CORINTHIAN! Finnaly! I saw this ship in my school library, welded a 3' frame w/ strip planks & won 1st place, & could never find Her listed anymore anywhere again ever, & now I have a LEGO account. She has Alluded me for decades alas till now O'Seano. "Behold, The Fair Schooner 'Corinthian'". (did i miss something?). Swabbing the deck awaiting yer reply.
 I like it 
  May 30, 2007
Very good, however there is one major flaw that would end this ship straight away against another ship. You only have guns along the left side, this leaves the back, front and right side vulnerable to a pounding. Two 6 gun schooners could beat this girl, pirates would seize her hands down. Maybe you should design with a more military thought in mind on your next venture. Otherwise still a very respectable ship. Well done.
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  July 19, 2006
very cool ship, but it's a little blockly. Have you ever heard of too much detail!
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  July 9, 2006
well... its a good ship, but the bow is blockly as someone else said, doesnt really fit the ship... but i like the over all design, its a good build and a nice moc, just could use some fine tuning thats all
  July 5, 2006
I like the color scheme on this ship... Shes a little to short to have two gun decks... you should keep the color scheme, and lengthen her a bit... mabe put some tumble home in her... keep a look out for my fleet... 7 in all... posting tomorrow..
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  July 3, 2006
Great job on the ship. I like everything about it except the bow and the fire you have going on the ship. Sailors did not have fires on ships for safety reasons.
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  July 3, 2006
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