The 18th century. Caribbean sea. Traveller John Reewes is setting off on the frigate Hispaniola along with friends for seeking the missing treasure of captain Flint. Crew of the ship are creating: squire Trelawney main foundator of the expedition, dr Livsey, captain Jack and Jimmy – the cabin boy. But our travellers don't know that there is amongst the crew an old Flints comrade the Long John Silver
* some names and an idea of this creation of course are from the Rober Louis Stevensons Treasure Island
the stern is well made, i didnt even knew the yellow dragon wings did exist i that particulary color, they fit well on there,the rigging is attachment is really good is aswell, but i would like to see some more intinour insted of a stair and some cannons, .....besides that, nice ship, oh and last thing, i like the engraved plate with the name upon it
Wow! That one very fine vessel! Love it! Wish you had used large pictures though, I really don't understand why people choose the small photo option, the majority of people are too lazy to click on each photo to see more detail (like me lol). I'm not too lazy to comment on this brilliant ship though, well done!
Yay! Treasure Island is one of my favorite books. I love your interpretation of the ship and the figs. Could you label which minifigure is which? I know Long John has the peg leg, and I know Jim is the short one. Great work!