• Pirate Ships, 1989 to present!

    Featured BrickList Compiled by absolutelylez. Updated 15 January 2014. Contains 13 sets.
    This list collates all ships released by Lego, in reverse chronological order, since the beginning of the Pirates line. It includes POTC but it excludes re-releases, mini-versions and any ships that are not to minifig scale (Duplo, juniorised era releases.. etc).

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4184: The Black Pearl

7 reviews
Pieces
804
Minifigs
6
RRP
$99.99, £84.99, €99.99
Packaging
Box
Availability
Retail
Instructions
Yes
Bricklist notes
This is the next upcoming ship in the POTC line - Jack Sparrow's own little baby! In my opinion, a very sobre ship, accurate to its name, not a ship even a normal pirate would want to cross!!
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3871 own this set, 2169 want it.

10210: Imperial Flagship

17 reviews
Pieces
1664
Minifigs
9
RRP
$179.99, £142.99, €149.99
Packaging
Box
Availability
Retail - limited
Instructions
Yes
Bricklist notes
The second ship to be released in the Pirates relaunch period - What a masterpiece. This ship created a lot of excitement, due to its size, relative accuracy, and quality of build. We were all worried this would be the last ship after rumours that Lego was going to stop the line after only 1 year - but little did we know that it would start the POTC franchize one year later!
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3341 own this set, 2804 want it.

6243: Brickbeard's Bounty

29 reviews
Pieces
592
Minifigs
8
RRP
$99.99, £59.99
Packaging
Box
Availability
Retail
Instructions
Yes
Bricklist notes
The first ship to be released in the Pirates relaunch period, 2010. A fine ship, though much simpler in design than the earlier ships of the original Pirates series. The ship has a lot of pearl-gold decor which makes it seem like a royal ship that the Pirates somehow managed to steal ...
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2921 own this set, 1528 want it.

6250: Cross Bone Clipper

6 reviews
Pieces
154
Minifigs
3
RRP
$33
Packaging
Box
Availability
Retail - limited
Bricklist notes
This little ship would be the last minifigure-scale ship to be released by Lego for 12 years. Definitely not a spectacular way to go, maybe the Pirates decided to stop pillaging for a while? The black and green hulls are unique, but due to the lack of a black central piece, it is impossible to use the pieces in a larger creation.

Goodbye forever Redbeard!!!
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409 own this set, 747 want it.

6280: Armada Flagship

12 reviews
Pieces
284
Minifigs
3
RRP
$50
Packaging
Box
Availability
Retail
Instructions
Yes
Related sets
Re-released as 6291-1
Bricklist notes
The Spanish make an appearance in this 1996 ship. With unique and beautiful blue/white hulls and colour scheme, this ship was a perfect new enemy ship to all of you pirate, bluecoat and redcoat lovers! The ship was smaller than its redcoat equivalent, but what it lacked in size it made up for in simple style. A good candidate for expansion, by extending it to two-central pieces long and adding an extra, taller, mast.
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1170 own this set, 777 want it.

6289: Red Beard Runner

10 reviews
Pieces
703
Minifigs
7
RRP
$99
Packaging
Box
Availability
Retail
Instructions
Yes
Related sets
Re-released as 6290-1
Bricklist notes
1996 opens with a bang with this new ship, featuring collapsing sails and all the usual quirks you'd expect in a Pirate ship. Little did we know that it would be the last "proper" Pirate ship to be released for the next decade...
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801 own this set, 875 want it.

6286: Skull's Eye Schooner

24 reviews
Pieces
912
Minifigs
9
RRP
$126.5
Packaging
Box
Availability
Retail
Bricklist notes
A wonderful ship reserved for only the luckiest of children at Christmas, this was the "creme de la creme" of not only the Pirate line in the mid 90s but also of the whole Lego line. A wonderful set that won't be forgotten!
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1106 own this set, 1451 want it.

6271: Imperial Flagship

18 reviews
Pieces
317
Minifigs
4
RRP
$50
Packaging
Box
Availability
Retail
Bricklist notes
The first of only two redcoat ships, and the only redcoat ship in the first pirates releases. A medium size ship with a brilliant classic design and appropriate colour scheme. You would need two or three of these to even have a chance at beating Skull's Eye Schooner however ...
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1514 own this set, 1114 want it.

70810: MetalBeard's Sea Cow

2 reviews
Pieces
2741
Minifigs
5
RRP
$249.99, £169.99, €249.99
Packaging
Box
Availability
LEGO exclusive
Instructions
Yes
Bricklist notes
The Pirates theme meets Steampunk for the first time in an official Lego release, based on the Lego Movie. It is wonderful to see Pirates return in a new and wacky form, especially one where The Lego Company embraces popular AFOL trends.
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1059 own this set, 2138 want it.