LEGO Pirates of the Caribbean is a LEGO theme based on Pirates of the Caribbean.
HistoryLEGO Pirates was first released in 1989 and became a huge sensation among pirate-loving LEGO fans. It released over twenty sets in its eight year run, and fans were disappointed when the theme was discontinued. In 2010, it was revealed that a LEGO Pirates of the Caribbean theme would replace both the 2009 re-release of LEGO Pirates and LEGO Prince of Persia. A month later, it was also revealed that a video game of the same name would be released a month after the sets.
So far, 9 sets are known to exist: the first 8 were released in April/May and the 9th in October/November.
4191 The Captain’s Cabin – GBP £10.49 (US $11.99) & nbsp In the dead of night, Captain Jack Sparrow sneaks into the captain’s cabin to steal a coveted ship-in-a-bottle. As he turns to leave, two pirates jump out of the shadows. With nowhere to run, will he be able to fend them off and escape with the loot?
4192 Fountain of Youth - GBP £21.99 (US $19.99) Barbossa, Blackbeard and Jack Sparrow are battling it out for the fabled spring that gives the gift of eternal life. As they clash cutlasses, can Captain Jack tiptoe past them and make it to the fountain first?
4193 The London Escape – GBP £49.99 (US $49.99) & nbsp Captain Jack Sparrow and Joshamee Gibbs escape the hangman’s noose only to be captured again by King George’s soldiers. Can Jack escape through the busy streets of London and find refuge at the Captain’s Daughter?
4194 Whitecap Bay - GBP £71.99 (US $79.99) & nbsp At White Cap Bay, Captain Jack Sparrow and the other pirates must capture a mermaid. Spot them using the searchlight and shoot the net from the boathouse cannon. But beware! If the whale oil tips over the whole lighthouse is sure to go up in flames!
4183 The Mill - GBP £40.99 (US $39.99) & nbsp At the mill, Captain Jack Sparrow, Will Turner and Admiral Norrington duel it out for the key to the Dead Man’s Chest. Suddenly the mill wheel shakes loose with them inside! Can they manage to stay upright and still stop Flying Dutchman Pirate Hadras from scuttling away with the prize?
4182 The Cannibal Escape – GBP £30.99 (US $29.99) & nbspRuuuun! Captain Jack Sparrow and Will Turner have escaped from the cannibal village and are being chased by their hungry foes. Can they reach the safety of the Black Pearl before their guests really do have them for dinner? Set includes roasting spit, bone cage, chief’s chair and cannibal hut.
4181 Isla De la Muerta - GBP £21.99 (US $19.99) Pirate Lord Hector Barbossa needs to capture the descendent of Bootstrap Bill to rid himself of the curse of the Black Pearl, and he believes it to be the beautiful Elizabeth Swann. As Barbossa turns into a skeleton, can Captain Jack Sparrow defeat the Pirate Lord and gain control of the Black Pearl?
4195 Queen Anne’s Revenge - GBP102.99 (US $119.99) From the captain’s quarters perched high on his magnificent ship, Blackbeard secretly looks on as Captain Jack Sparrow and the motley crew attempt mutiny against Angelica and the zombies. Will our heroes be able to take control of the ship before Blackbeard reveals himself?
A second wave consisting of only one LEGO set has come out in November of 2011.
The Black Pearl, US $99.99/GBP £61.74.
- Includes 6 minifigures: Jack Sparrow with compass, Will Turner, Joshamee Gibbs, Davy Jones, Maccus and Bootstrap Bill with assorted weapons
- Features large black sails, firing cannons, pirate flag, anchor and turning helm
- Also includes opening cabin with detailed interior
- Cast the anchor!
- Steer with the turning helm!
- Build the most infamous Pirates of the Caribbean™ ship to ever sail the Seven Seas!
- Measures over 21” (53cm) long, 20” (50cm) tall and 5” (12cm) wide
Behind The Scenes
- LEGO Pirates of the Caribbean is the fourth pirate-related LEGO theme.