Although it may look very similar to my old version (the Phippy Christine) it has definitely improved a lot in many aspects.
A fully functional capstan allowing to haul up both anchors independently has been added,
overall the deck is finished, the cabin now has an entrance :P
Catheads redone, the whole bow section for that matter actually.
Rigging has been added, allong with channels against the sides for a more historically accurate design.
And the sails are bigger, and better attached.
A three-mast ship, built on a hull with 4 midsections (although 2 of them are built out of inverted slopes).
Not my biggest but certainly one of my more detailed ships. Apart from sails and rigging it consists out of 100% lego.
Enjoy the pictures, if you're not suffering from a hangover too much :P
Be sure to check out the functional capstan at Eurobricks!
This ship might be featured in my pirate series 'More than a hull and sails' at some point.
Whoa, what a beautiful ship! The rigging is expertly done, along with the details. I've noticed on some of your ships that the side of the ship seems to be inwardly bent. That really adds a life-likeness to it! Also, the color scheme you put into this goes really nice together! Overall a stellar job, Sebeus! 5/5! :-)
he, he, I had hoped you d use it in the story, excellent sculpting and detailed, the interior is nicely accommodating, great color scheme, and the sails are better than the originals, ALL ABOARD! and happy new year Sebeus!
Quoting Ryan Kayton
It's been a while since I've seen a new creation from you and it's a good one :)
Quoting Michael K.
Nice deck details, glad to hear from you.
Quoting Deus "Big D." Otiosus
Nice to see your ships.
Thanks, it has indeed been some time, I must also add that this is actually an improved version of an old ship so it's not really new.
Yet, I think I can say it improved in enough ways to be considered a new ship either way.