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BLACK PEARL
Ship model

In the most expensive movie ever made to date ($410 million), only the Black Pearl is fully operational.   Tri-Coastal Marine designed three full size ships for Pirates of the Caribbean 2
 

black pearl ship
10' long model  =>
 

 



T
his Black Pearl pirate ship features:

  • Scratch-built from official drawing

  • Plank-on-frame

  • Real guns, real carriage

  • Superior rigging

  • All parts are wooden or metal

36" L x 32" T x 11"W   $1,500   S & H is $150  

 To add light feature:         $200     

Display case: http://www.modelshipmaster.com/products/accessory/displaycase.htm
 

The 10' long model was made for Mr. Charlie Bailey who supervised the construction of the 3 massive ship models used in Pirates of the Caribbean movies.  Delivery was on Feb 14, 2012 in Novato, Calif.  The model exceeded Charlie Bailey's expectations.

 

                                                                                                                              Tell a friend:  

                                                 

"The Black Pearl is in the Caribbean and has made birth in Case Pilote.  Everything went well.  The model is splendid.  Thank you very much for the state of the art work.  Best Regards, Bruno"

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Be aware of some cheap Black Pearl models flourishing out there.   They have:
- Wrong number of cannons
- Way too short bowsprit (for shipping convenience?) 
- Too bulky hull (short and thick)
- Wrong waterline (too tall upper part would send the ship upside down in a breeze)
- Wrong stern gallery
- No boats
- Dummy guns with no carriages
- Wrong steering structure
- No mechanism attached to the main mast that was used to raise the anchor