LEGO Ideas 21313 Ship in a Bottle officially announced

The latest LEGO Ideas sets, 21313 Ship in a Bottle, has been announced by the LEGO Group and will be officially released on February 1.

LEGO Ideas 21313 Ship in a Bottle will be released on February 1, priced at £69.99 (USA $69.99, Germany €69.99). The 962 piece set is based on a build by Jake Sadovich, who achieved 10,000 supporters on the LEGO Ideas platform.

Here are all of the images and details provided by the LEGO Group:

Show you are a true craftsman when you create a Ship in a Bottle with LEGO® bricks! Build this beautiful ship named ‘Leviathan’, including the captain’s quarters, masts, crow’s nest, sails, flag and 6 cannons. Place it inside the brick-built bottle, featuring a buildable cork and wax seal. Then showcase your nostalgic, nautical creation on the display stand, complete with the ship’s nameplate and a compass with a spinning needle.

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• Features a LEGO® brick-built bottle, ship and a display stand.
• Bottle features a detailed, buildable cork with NEW wax-seal-style element and over 280 translucent-blue, water-style elements inside.
• Ship features a raised deck at the stern, captain’s quarters, 6 cannons, 3 masts, a crow’s nest and assorted elements including printed sails and the ship’s flag.
• Display stand features the ship’s ‘Leviathan’ nameplate, a built-in ‘compass’ (non-functioning) with detailed compass rose and spinning gold-colored needle, 2 globe elements and gold-colored detailing.
• Includes a booklet with building instructions, plus information about the set’s fan creator and LEGO® designers.
• Bottle on stand measures over 3″ (10cm) high, 12” (31cm) wide and 3” (10cm) deep.
• Ship measures over 3″ (8cm) high, 5” (14cm) long and 1” (5cm) wide.

21313 Ship in a Bottle will be available at from February 1, where fans can presently order the current LEGO Ideas sets – 21310 Old Fishing Store21309 NASA Apollo Saturn V and 21312 Women of NASA


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