Empress Pirates of the Caribbean

950.00

Dimension: Length 56 x Width 26 x Height 48 cm.

Grade A / Museum Quality

Construction of the boat:

  • We place a double layer of plank on the hull, Teak wood.
  • Decks made with small planks of Oak wood.
  • Masts and other pieces on the deck are made Teak, Acajou, Beech and Rose wood.
  • Anchors and canons are molded in Zinc metal and painted.
  • Cotton sails tinted Red.
  • Ropes are cotton and nylon waxed in the bee wax to do the rigging.

Description

Empress Pirates of the Caribbean

The Empress was a notorious opulent Chinese junk that operated during the Age of Piracy. However,  sailing across the Seven Seas, the Empress was well-known as the flagship of Sao Feng.

Therefore, the Pirate Lord of Singapore and the South China Sea.

During Lord Cutler Beckett’s ruthless War Against Piracy, She took part in capturing the Black Pearl. After Sao Feng was betrayed by Beckett, he returned that betrayal by helping the Pearl escape.¬† Moreover,¬† Beckett ordered the Flying Dutchman to track down the ship, which resulted in the death of Sao Feng. Before he died, Feng gave Elizabeth Swann his piece of eight, along with the title of Pirate Lord and captain.

Though the ship was towed by the Dutchman, the Empress escaped and sailed for Shipwreck Cove to meet with the Fourth Brethren Court, where Elizabeth would become the Pirate King. Soon afterwards, the Empress joined the other ships in the Brethren’s fleet, where they would stand together in their fight against Beckett’s Armada. Led by Tai Huang, the Empress crew witnessed the following battle, which ended in the pirates’ victory.

Empress Pirates of the Caribbean

The¬†Empress was a notorious opulent Chinese junk that operated during the Age of Piracy. Elizabeth would become the Pirate King. Soon afterwards, she¬†joined the other ships in the¬†Brethren’s fleet, where they would stand together in their fight against¬†Beckett’s Armada. Finally, Beckett ordered the¬†Flying Dutchman¬†to¬†track down¬†the¬†Empress, which resulted in the¬†death of Sao Feng. Therefore, It is unknown when this opulent¬†Chinese¬†junk was built. As a result, would become the¬†flagship¬†of¬†Captain¬†Sao Feng. The¬†Empress would reach Shipwreck Cove, where Elizabeth represented Sao Feng in the Brethren Court meeting. in conclusion, Feared throughout the¬†South China Seas, Sao Feng’s pirate¬†junk brought despair into the hearts of respectable merchants. Most importantly, The vessel could hold up to six hundred tons of cargo, and the forward hold was commonly used as a mobile prison.

Additional information

Weight 7 kg
Dimensions 66 × 36 × 58 cm