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Shipwrights

A pirate without a ship is like a ship without a rudder, considering that the act of piracy is the theft of or theft onboard ships.

To that end, Shipwrights are the men and women who build and maintain the many pirate and privateer vessels that plow these waters. They can be found on all the main islands and privateer islands.


Visiting a Shipwright

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Shipwrights are located in the most unique and noticeable structures; an upended ship's hull right on the beach.

To talk to a shipwright, just approach their counter and press SHIFT.

An interactive menu will appear. Just what you wish to do.

Menu Options Include:

  • Quest
  • Purchase
  • Repair
  • Sell
  • Upgrade

Shipwrights in the Caribbean

On the shore of the main islands, the shipwright's stand can be clearly seen as the large, upright ship's bow. Some new shipwrights have also set up shop right by the water.

(*Can be found in the open near the docks, without a Shipwright Building)

Buying a Ship

All pirates start with a Light Sloop. But, other classes of vessel are made available as the pirate's Sailing skill inceases.

Note - Free players can only have Light Class Ships.

Just pick the ship of your choice, as long as you have the gold and skill.

Type of Ships

Ship Class Max. Crew Armor Sails Max. Cargo Cannons Broadsides Skill Req. Cost Picture
Light Sloop 3 2,400 800 3 2 6 1 100 Small Light Sloop
Light Galleon 6 3,600 1,100 7 4 10 1 300 Small Light Galleon
Light Frigate 8 4,200 6,000 5 8 10 1 800 Small Light Frigate

Light Brig

8 3,900 5,500 8 6 10 1 900 Lightbrig
Sloop 6 4,200 800 6 4 10 5 1,000 Small Sloop
Galleon 8 7,200 1,400 11 8 18 5 3,500 Small Galleon
Frigate 10 8,400 1,400 9 10 14 5 5,000 Small Frigate
Brig 10 7,800 8,000 12 10 16 5 7,000 Brigmiddle
War Sloop 9 7,200 1,000 9 8 14 15 20,000 Small War Sloop
War Galleon 10 10,800 3,100 18 10 24 15 40,000 Small War Galleon
War Frigate 12 12,600 2,600 12 14 20 15 60,000 Small War Frigate
War Brig 12 12,000 11,000 16 12 24 15 80,000 Warbrig

Naming Your Ship

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Shipwright name selection

Once you've picked your ship, you will be prompted to christen it with a name. Just pick a first and last name from the two lists. Then, click Submit.

Prefix Names

  • Barnacle
  • Bilge
  • Black
  • Blade
  • Blue
  • Bountyhunter
  • Buccaneer
  • Crimson
  • Cursed
  • Cutthroat
  • Dark-blade
  • Dark-sail
  • Dark-water
  • Dark-wnd
  • Fighting
  • Fire-sail
  • Floundering
  • Fortune
  • Freebooter
  • Fugitive
  • Ghostly
  • Golden
  • Green
  • Gun
  • Gunwale
  • Headhunter
  • Intrepid
  • Iron
  • Laughing
  • Midnight
  • Moonraker
  • Morning
  • Mystical
  • Noble
  • Outlaw
  • Ravager
  • Red
  • Riptide
  • Sapphire
  • Savage
  • Savvy
  • Scallywag
  • Scarlet
  • Sea
  • Shadow
  • Silver
  • Siren
  • Skysail
  • Star-chaser
  • Storm
  • Storm-sail
  • Sun
  • Tide
  • Vagrant
  • Victory
  • Wave
  • White
  • Wicked
  • Wind-racer
  • Windjammer
  • Yellow

Suffix Names

  • Albatross
  • Avenger
  • Banshee
  • Brig
  • Brigand
  • Bull
  • Champion
  • Chariot
  • Cobra
  • Comet
  • Conqueror
  • Crest
  • Cutter
  • Dancer
  • Defender
  • Demon
  • Despoiler
  • Dog
  • Dragon
  • Eagle
  • Eclipse
  • Eel
  • Enchantress
  • Executioner
  • Explorer
  • Falcon
  • Firelight
  • Fish
  • Forager
  • Fox
  • Fury
  • General
  • Griffin
  • Guardian
  • Hawk
  • Hunter
  • King
  • Legend
  • Leopard
  • Lion
  • Maelstrom
  • Mercenary
  • Mermaid
  • Minnow
  • Mongrel
  • Moonracer
  • Navigator
  • Nemesis
  • Odyssey
  • Phantom
  • Phoenix
  • Pillager
  • Plunderer
  • Privateer
  • Queen
  • Raider
  • Ransom
  • Rapscallion
  • Raptor
  • Raven
  • Reaver
  • Rebel
  • Rescuer
  • Revenge
  • Rogue
  • Rose
  • Runner
  • Sabre
  • Seafarer
  • Serpent
  • Shark
  • Song
  • Stallion
  • Star
  • Starfire
  • Starlight
  • Strider
  • Sultan
  • Swan
  • Tempest
  • Thunder
  • Tiger
  • Titan
  • Treasure
  • Trident
  • Viking
  • Vindicator
  • Voyager
  • Warrior
  • Widow
  • Witch
  • Wolf
  • Wraith
  • Wrath

Selling a Ship

At some point, a pirate will outgrow their old ship, need some quick gold, or want to trade up. From the Options Menu, click Sell - then the ship of your choice. The game will ask if you're sure that you wish to sell. Then you will sell the ship for half the price that you bought it for. Once a ship is sold, it must be re-purchased at full price. Shipwrights don't haggle.

Sell Price

Class Gold
Light Sloop 50
Light Galleon 150
Light Frigate 400
Light Brig 450
Sloop 500
Galleon 1,750
Frigate 2,500
Brig 3,500
War Sloop 10,000
War Galleon 20,000
War Frigate 30,000
War Brig 40,000

Repairs

Pirates always seem to bring their ships back with torn sails, cannonball holes, fire damage - you name it. Shipwrights are the quickest place where a vessel can be repaired. After all, you want it done fast, take it to the experts.

Note - Always best to check your ship's health before departure. Repairing is much cheaper, than salvaging a wreck.

From the Options Menu, select Repair. Your ships will be listed, showing the ship's damage status. Click Repair. A pop-up will show how much it will cost in gold to fix your ship or salvage a sunken one.

Note - If you do not have enough, you CANNOT do a partial repair.

If the vessel is perfect condition, the repair button will be grayed out.

Ship Customization

Pirates can choose to Customize their ship at the upgrade menu from any shipwright. Players can change their sail color, and put an emblem on their sail. Players are also able to have special Hulls and Rigging, that can only be upgraded if the player has a certain amount of resources and gold.

Shipwright Quests

Often, a shipwright will ask a pirate to perform a Fortune Quest for them - with gold rewards for their efforts.

Darby Drydock initially sends the pirate on quests for materials for a ship he's building. Also, several shipwrights offer the Caribbean Struggle quest for Ship PvP.

Mini-Games

Shipwrights offer pirates a chance to earn some pocket money repairing vessels for them. Stationed around each Shipwright stand are three repair tables, marked with signs. These signs indicate the difficulty of the repairs needed.

Easy Medium Hard
Easy Table Medium Table Hard Table

Each table allows the pirate to practice their ship repair skills. There are five games to challenge a Shipwright-in-Training

The Repair Mini-game Menu will appear. To complete repairs, the pirates must finish all the challenges:

Once the jobs are complete, the ship's hull and sails will be repaired. The pirate will be told what their total time was and the amount of gold they earned. The game will reset as another ship pulls up for repairs.

The pirate can press ESC at any time to stop repairing.

Removed Ship Types

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Spoiler Warning!
This page contains information from the Pirates of the Caribbean Online Test Server or from The Legend of Pirates Online Development/Q.A. Server.

Changes can occur between now and final release. Read at your own discretion.

Warning

On the Test Server, six new ships, the Ship of the Line, the EITC Warlord, the Undead Cerberus, the Phantom, the Revenant, and the Navy Kingfisher, were briefly added for purchase before being removed. Later, the game developers explained that this was a mistake and was never intended for release.

Pages in category "Shipwrights"

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