✔Brand Name: LEPIN
✔ Item No: 16016
✔Compatible: LEGO MOC
✔Ages: 12 years and above
Dominate the high seas with the ghostly LEPIN Flying Dutchman! The mythical Flying Dutchman is a ghost boat that cannot make port and could be doomed to sail the seas forever. The legendary Flying Dutchman is able to destroy any vessel (using the Kraken). Captain Davy Jones currently serves Lord Cutler Beckett, that owns Jones’ heart and forcibly controls him and the Flying Dutchman, that will promptly destroy pirate boats with its strong cannons.
Back of the box.
Have a bad feeling about the color reproduction of the manual.
Bag 1 of Lepin 16016
Bag zero is among the Numbered 2 bags. However it wasn’t used at all.
Printed parts of wooden plank. Lepin would make use of them extensively in set 16050 The Old Fishing Store.
Hate to say this but superglue is needed to prevent this part of build from falling apart.
Build from the Bag 3.
Very generous for Lepin to include 12 canons.
Unsure whether Lego had the brown skull head.
Lots of detailing at the side of the ship.
Jack Sparrow sitting on the seat for Davy Jones. In the movie there was a pipe organ but Lepin didn’t include it in the interior. Yes, there are jail rooms at the back of the pirate ship.
Smaller canons dotting the upper deck of the Flying Dutchman.
Bag Number 8.
Bag Number 9 for Captain’s quarter.
Bag Number 10
The octopus is made of soft rubber.
Bag Number 11 to prepare the sails.
The sails are semi transparent green color. Perhaps the sails had too many holes.
Lepin The Flying Dutchman Ship completed. Do note that there were strings for the ship which we were too lazy to install.
Replication of the ship from POTC movie.
There were nine minifigures in this set. However nothing too fancy about them. The printing quality on the minifigures were good.
To sum up:
The end product is a pirate ship that weighted 6 kg. The ship structure is strong and sturdy. A base is included to place the ship. It would be great if pipe organ is included in the set to replicate the scene Davy Jones played the instrument. Minor complaint would be the loose “claws” parts which you need to apply superglue. Highly recommended for lover of LEPIN style pirate ship.