LEGO Creator 31109 Pirate Ship available now

In a year that has already provided a nod or two to classic LEGO Pirates, LEGO Creator 31109 Pirate Ship is released today. has made the long-trailed LEGO Creator 31109 Pirate Ship available to buy today, offering fans of classic Pirates an opportunity to build a new LEGO vessel. For fans who have already purchased 21322 Pirates of Barracuda Bay and the LEGO Collectible Minifigures Pirate, it is the next product for 2020 that pays homage to the classic theme.

Using 1,261 pieces, the set builds a pirate ship and shark, with three minifigures. It can be deconstructed and rebuilt into a skull island or a shipwreck, or fans can buy three and have all of the models on display.

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Here is the official product description:

The high seas are calling! Swashbuckling adventures await pirate fans in the LEGO Creator 3in1 Pirate Ship (31109) toy. This awesome, detailed set features a pirate ship with moving sails, cannons and a cabin with opening roof and sides, 3 minifigures, buildable figures including a shark and a parrot, plus lots of other brick-built details and cool accessories to jump-start play.

At least 3 different build-and-play experiences are possible with this LEGO Creator 3in1 toy set. Kids can build a Pirate Ship, then rebuild it into the Pirates’ Inn or a creepy Skull Island. Or they can let their creativity loose and design something new.

LEGO Creator 3in1 sets offer kids different models that are realistic and encourage imaginative play. The models give endless building and play opportunities while helping to spark creativity in children of all ages. The awesome toy sets also make great Christmas gifts or birthday presents for kids.

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