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The Flying Dutchman


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Beware the Flying Dutchman, the most fearsome galleon on the Seven Seas, captained by the evil Davy Jones, lord of the sea; a cursed pirate condemned to sail the oceans forever!

This legendary vessel was considered to be the fastest ship in the Caribbean, and due to its supernatural nature, the Dutchman could sail both on and beneath the sea. With its seaweed-covered torn sails and barnacle encrusted hull, the Flying Dutchman was a remarkable sight to behold by those unfortunate to cross its path.


  • 9 mini-figures: Davy Jones, Maccus, Hadras, Bootstrap Bill, Koleniko, Jimmy Legs, Penrod, Clanker & Crash with custom designs
  • Two decks with cannons
  • Two triple-barrelled chasers in the bow (can slide forward, back & rotate!)
  • A functioning anchor
  • The Kraken capstan hammer
  • Removable poop deck to reveal the captain’s cabin with the pipe organ
  • Rudder and turning helm
  • Cloth sails
  • Custom designs for the demon-faced cannon ports


Number of Pieces Used: 2535 (not including mini-figures)

Dimensions: Length 22.4 cm x Width 67.1 cm x Height 53.2 cm


I built this model from scratch with LDD in approximately one year after I was inspired by a few concepts of this ship online. I had fallen in love with it in the Pirates of the Caribbean film series, and it occurred to me that LEGO had never released it along with the Black PearlQueen Anne’s Revenge or the Silent Mary. Determined to build the ship myself, I embarked on an exciting, challenging but rewarding journey to produce a model that the LEGO Pirates of the Caribbean product line deserves. It would make a great set for all the fans out there, who have dreamt of this ship becoming a reality for many years now, and wish to add it to their fleet.

Please hit that Support button if you would like to see this model on the LEGO shop shelves! 10,000 is a huge target, so share with your friends and family, as well as online - whether that be on Reddit, Instagram, Facebook, Pinterest, Twitter or YouTube! Thank you!

Higher-resolution renders can be viewed on my Flickr page at:

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