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Pirate Galleon
A moc of a Pirate's Galleon I had to make with a bit of help from my little sister as her homework project. Please comment, rate and enjoy!
About this creation

I made this ship with a little bit of help from my little sister for her homework project but was quite pleased with the results so here I am, showing it to you.

Overall view.

The cabins at the rear. As you can see there a currently a battle raging around the ship.

The top deck.

The captain of the ship and the attacking pirate captain dueling on the mast.

The ship's second in command (with the cape) dueling another pirate on the balcony in front of the Captain's cabin.

A dead pirate on the stairs.

Another pirate about to climb the rigging.

A pirate in the crow's nest throwing an attacker out.

The tallest mast.

The crow's nest. Here you can see another pirate sneaking up behind the guy up there.

A couple more pirate's dueling.

A better view of those two.

The view of the ship head on.

The angel figurehead.

Another view of the figurehead and the front mast.

The rear of the ship.

(As you can probably tell by now, I'm not that good with technical ship part names!)

The balcony on the back of the captain's cabin with a pirate sneaking inside.

The back of the crew quarters and the lifeboat. (My sister made the lifeboat on her own so it's not how I would have done it at all but oh well.)

A crew member at the wheel while the captain battles.

It is actually a modular build. So this picture is without the top deck on so we can see inside the captain's cabin.

A closer look inside at the desk.

A top view of the cabin. Here you can see both balconies better.

Without the cabin on so we can see the crew's quarters. Well, I say quarters, more just like living space.

A closer look inside.

The table.

Another view inside.

Then the floor of this comes out too! And reveals their hidden stash of treasure that they've looted.

The ship features a fully-working anchor mechanism. So here I am demonstrating it.

All the modules laid out together.

A better view of the rear details.

And finally, another better view of the pirate captains dueling.

Please comment, rate and enjoy!

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 I like it 
  July 24, 2011
Cool, lucky thing to do for homework. I would, but people would just take the mick.
 I like it 
  July 24, 2011
I love a good moc with loads of details and plenty of action - great stuff!
 I like it 
  July 24, 2011
This is brilliant, I love all the details...
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