Quick and easy to build, i would recommend using Sandstone as it is quicker and requires less material than regular sand. Make it tall so you can find your way back is you wander away from your building area without a map.
Easy to build out of cobblestone and can be quite a spectacle, don't, need a palace in the castle, can just have a village. The interior currently has 3 rooms, multiple access points to the top of the axe, and even exits into the mountain. The Dark Avenger, built after my previous ship turned out way too friendly to be a pirate ship, I made this. If you would had advertised in a civil and mature way, maybe we would check your content out..
Overview, Building ontop of mountain is the dock for the zeppelin mod if you choose to use it. This is a Built I did a while ago, I made it from a request and decided to upload it,I created it in creative mode so that the request could be done fast, if you would like it in Survival you could download TMI and change it from there sorry for the inconvenience. If anyone would like to suggest a build for me to do in survival or creative please post and comment and when i'm done with that build i'll post it privately to you or public to PMC.Thanks and Please enjoy the Pirate Ship. When building a ship, you can often divide the parts you want to build into 4 separate sections. The front and back of the ship are often the most difficult parts to build, as they’re round and generally odd looking when translated into minecraft builds.
I usually either start with the front or with the middle, though building the entire framework first will also work. If you’re really having troubles, try copying an existing minecraft boat to get a feel of it.
I always start by creating a anchor-like shape the edge of the middle, at the height of the deck.
After this I first connect the the bottom of the ship to the edge of the anchor-like shape by simply placing blocks and making the length 1 block smaller every time I go down 1 block. The top part can also stick out a little on all sides, which will also help making it look less flat and plain. This is also usually the part where I add the windows to both the captain’s cabin and other rooms in the back, as windows can look quite odd, so they often need some extra attention. I often also add the rudder and possibly a pole with a flag, as I might forget to add them later (like I did in the picture). The hull is fairly easy, especially if you’ve already created either the stern or bow. Then determine how wide you want your ship to be and slowly work your way towards that height and width.
One detail that will look good on pretty much all ships is a few layers in a different block. You may also want to add fences on the edges, both to prevent people from falling off and as a way to make them ship look better. Sails are quite difficult to make, so I often create the in their folded positions, as if the ship is laying at anchor.

However, if you do want to hoist the sails, creating a diagonal spreader, which are the branches on a mast, often look better, as they allow you to create better looking sails. Creating a sail requires some practice and trial and error, it can take a while to make it looks good and you often have to adjust the width and length of the mast and spreaders. After this I use the circle tool to create a circular shape from 1 side of the spreader to the other. I usually find a few pictures of real life examples and try to copy those as close as possible.
If you’re really struggling, try downloading some existing minecraft ships and take a closer look to the way those people have built that ship.
I have made a giant pick axe that sits on the roof to the building that's my mine entrance. Slightly smaller than my other ships but just as nice!This ship is perfect for pirate maps and sea battles. Their rounded shapes are very difficult to recreate with large blocks, without making it look weird. Think of a general shape and size of the ship you want and try to find some reference pictures to work from, whether it’s a minecraft version or a photograph of a real ship. The bow (front), stern (back), the remainder of the hull (body of the ship) and all the other details, like masts, flags, etc.
It’s often best to first create the general shape and then take out blocks to make it look more aqua dynamic and overall better looking. Begin on 1 side and slowly work your way towards the desired width of the boat, but make sure you don’t make it too wide or not wide enough. Try to make the front look sharper by removing and adding blocks, play around with it until it looks good. Count the number of blocks they’ve placed on each layer and then change it to your own liking.
This is often a great way to start, though higher ships might require you to start this lower.
I then begin to trim the overall shape down, by removing and adding blocks to make it look longer and more aqua dynamic. I tend to simply add layers to the top layer, without increasing or decreasing the width, this will look quite good, but improvements can be made. This is something I usually do after I’ve built up the layers, simply by adding another layer against the sides. You simply extend the blocks at the edges of those parts until you’ve reached the desired length. This will once again depends on the type of ship you’re making, a pirate ship will usually have sails, while a steam punk style ship might have a hot air balloon with huge propellers. A ship made entirely out of wooden planks looks quite plain, so replace a few layers with logs or differently colored planks.
This will work best when the ship is in a harbor, where it’s a lot more realistic for a ship to have its sails folded.
Straight spreaders can also be used, but the sails will often look a bit odd and square, especially on smaller ships.

However, you generally create circular shapes, which start and end at spreaders, though they could also be attached to ropes on deck, which could be mimicked with fence posts. I then make any needed alterations to make it look better with the overall design of the ship. All creations copyright of the creators.Minecraft is copyright Mojang AB and is not affiliated with this site.
I believe it can be used with the Zeppelin mod but haven't tested, I did make sure not to use smooth stone since that is not flyable in the mod. Though the difference doesn’t really matter, as most people use both terms for the same thing anyway.
However, the first thing you always have to do is determine the size of your ship, as it’ll determine how wide the bottom will be, which will always be the place we start at.
You generally want to work your way to about 8-11 blocks away from the middle line of your ship, though again, it depends on the size and type of ship you’re building.
Keep making the intervals at which you increase the width longer and longer untill you’ve reached the desired width.
Note that if the front is made entirely out of the same color wood (or same block), it will rarely look good enough on it’s own, so make a few layers out of a different color or a different block. I also add windows on the upper part, which will usually be a bedroom or office of the captain. After I’ve added enough layers for a second floor, I begin trimming it all down again.
I have built a village, and I'm working on an Obsidian Fortress, sat atop a Netherrack mountain at the moment.
My survival world is almost ready to be released, I have a few touches to be done but i think there is more to be built. This will be the lowest point and will be used as reference points from which we build up the remainder of the front.
I tend to remove some corners and replace them with fences, this makes it all look less flat and plain, without losing the overall shape.
After the mast is drawn I use the circle tool again to create another circular shape which marks the outline of the sail vertically. Now increase the height faster, about 1 block every 1 or 2 blocks until you’ve reached your desired height. If you’re having difficulties to recreate it, either fly over your ship and try to mirror the image, or take a screenshot and mirror it with an image editor. Once both shapes have been drawn, I only have to recreate it on my minecraft boat, though it often requires some more tweaking.

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