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The Ghost Ship
A story about two boys finding a ship left in the middle of the ocean.
About this creation
The two brothers Mark ansd Josh just wanted to spend a holiday on a cruise ship with their parents, when a storm occured. The storm caused the cruise ship to sink. Seperated from their parents, Josh and Mark managed to get into a small boat. Now they've been floating across the ocean for one week.


Suddenly they see a ship.


'We're saved!! Thank God, we are saved', Josh cries out full of joy.


'I don't think this ship will save us. It looks abandoned, and it's floating, just like we are', says Mark.


Here are some impressions of the ship.








Nonetheless, the two boys decide to board the ship. They are both curious and hope to find some food or water on the ship.


'What's hidden under these chains?'


'Uh, it's a mouse!', Josh cries.


'You aren't really afraid of mice, are you?', Mark admits. 'In fact, the mouse is a good sign for us. It must have found something to eat on the ship, otherwise it wouldn't have survived here.


However, Mark and Josh are so tired and exhausted that they decide to explore the ship on the next day.


In the morning, there is a horrible surprise for the two brothers: their small boat is gone.
'Our boat's gone! We'll be captured on this ship forever', Josh cries. 'Could you just calm down?! The small boat wasn't much of a help for us, either. People are more likely to find us on a big ship than on a small wooden boat. Maybe we can even find some food here or something to drink.'


And then they discover the ship's interior.




They find a lot of stuff in the ship, mostly broken furniture, and even a skeleton.


They also find some boxes with remains of rice in it. Now it's discovered how the mouse could survive.


'So, now we know we shouldn't leave the ship', Mark says, on his face a sarcastic smile.


They decide to spend the night on the ship's roof.


In the morning they hear the noise of an engine coming near.


'Yeah, there's a helicopter! Please, save us! SAVE US!!!'


And finally, fortunately, the two boys are saved.


'You two are very lucky', the pilot says. 'I fly here once a week, but I've never seen this ship here before.'





The End


Please note:
Please leave reviews.
This is the first ship I've built so please tell me wheter I've done a good job on it or not.



Comments

 I like it 
  June 3, 2008
fantastic!! i have made some awesome customs but of some reason i havnt posted them.. well i will now!!
 I like it 
  June 1, 2008
the ship is okay but the story is the best part if it was ship alone i would only give it a 4 rating but the story was nice.
 I like it 
  May 26, 2008
Your ghost ship is amazing. The story is great too. Good job!!!
 I like it 
  May 23, 2008
Hey Dagobert! This is kinda misterious, with two guys discovering a LIU boat on mid of nothing..yeah this kinda look like the LIU stuff. take that like congratulations, cause i like LIU stuff as much as like yours. Great job! Bruno
 I like it 
  May 23, 2008
looks pretty good, it makes me think of a movie I once saw...
 I like it 
  May 23, 2008
Very cool story, very good job on the ship... all over a good creation.
 I like it 
  May 23, 2008
For your first ship, not bad! But 'Ghost ship' is not the right word here... More like 'LIU ship' would've suited its color and shape better (no offense). Good day
 
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