My main goal while building it was not to use any brown bricks at all and go for a less common colour scheme. So, apart from some muskets and pistols for the mininfgs, there is no brown and instead the ship uses a mixture of old dark grey, dark tan, dark red and some black. It uses customised, completely grey narrow bow and stern hull pieces.
Since no middle sections in this colour exist, I had to make a custom one, and it's exactly as long as two standard middle sections would be.
The cannons are customs as I really don't like using standard cannons on narrow hulls - they just seem too big.
As I had a limited amount of bricks in those colours, I had to skip the interior this time. So the inside of the captain's cabin is not accessible.
However, there is a hatch in the bow section, with a ladder which leads down to the living quarters, the storage area and whatever your imagination tells you.
The brave crew can be seen above. The third guy on the left is the ship's surgeon, but as can be noticed in some images above, he also sometimes likes to take the helm.
And finally, just for fun, a comparison photo of my ship and the official LEGO release - the Brick Bounty. The Brick Bounty is obviously slightly wider as it uses different hull pieces, but besides that they're actually virtually identical in size.