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Lego Pirates of the Caribbean


Lego Pirates of the Caribbean

Lego Pirates of the Caribbean
Subject Pirates of the Caribbean
Licensed from Disney
Availability 2011–2011
Total sets 14

Lego Pirates of the Caribbean is a Lego theme that is based on the film series of the same name. There are a total of 9 sets that are known. The first wave was released on May 2011 with the second wave coming out on November 2011. In November 2010, it was officially announced by Lego that the video game Lego Pirates of the Caribbean: The Video Game was in production. It was released on May 10, 2011 in North America. The series acts as a thematic replacement for the popular Lego Pirates theme, featuring many of the same elements.


  • Sets 1
  • Adaptions 2
  • References 3
  • External links 4


The first main release included eight sets. The largest of the eight sets was "Queen Annes Revenge" which included 1094 pieces and nine minifigures.[1] In addition to the first release of sets four polybag sets were released in 2011 as promotions in various countries around the world and a battle pack which included five minifigures was released around the same time as the main sets. In October Lego released the second wave which included only one set, "The Black Pearl" which includes 804 pieces and six minifigures.[1] All sets will be based on the films The Curse of the Black Pearl, Dead Man's Chest, At World's End and On Stranger Tides.[1]

Lego have also released accompanying products branded under the Pirates of the Caribbean theme. These include a magnet set consisting of the Jack Sparrow, Hector Barbossa and Gunner minifigures each attached to a magnetized brick and three key chains with a key chain attached to the minifigures of Jack Sparrow, Elizabeth Swann, and Hector Barbossa.[2][3][4][5] They have also released two clocks in the shape of the Jack Sparrow and Hector Barbossa minifigures and two watches based on Jack Sparrow and Hector Barbossa which both include a minifigure.[1][1][6][7]

Set No. Set Release Pieces Minifigures Based On Ref.
4181 Isla De La Muerta 2011 152 Hector Barbossa, Elizabeth Swann, Jack Sparrow, Skeleton Barbossa The Curse of the Black Pearl [8]
4182 The Cannibal Escape 2011 279 Jack Sparrow, Will Turner, Cannibal (x2) Dead Man's Chest [9]
4183 The Mill 2011 365 Jack Sparrow, Will Turner, James Norrington, Hadras Dead Man's Chest [10]
4184 The Black Pearl 2011 804 Jack Sparrow, Will Turner, Joshamee Gibbs, Davy Jones, Maccus, Bootstrap Bill Turner Dead Man's Chest [11]
4191 The Captain's Cabin 2011 96 Jack Sparrow, crewmate (x2) On Stranger Tides [12]
4192 The Fountain of Youth 2011 125 Jack Sparrow, Blackbeard, Hector Barbossa, skeleton On Stranger Tides [13]
4193 The London Escape 2011 462 Jack Sparrow, Joshamee Gibbs, carriage driver, soldiers (x2) On Stranger Tides [14]
4194 Whitecap Bay 2011 745 Jack Sparrow, Syrena, Tamara, Scrum, Gunner, Phillip Swift On Stranger Tides [15]
4195 Queen Annes Revenge 2011 1094 Angelica, Jack Sparrow, Blackbeard, chef, Gunner, Quartermaster, Yeoman, skeleton (x2) On Stranger Tides [16]
30130 Mini Black Pearl 2011 50 [17]
30131 Jack Sparrow's Boat 2011 22 Jack Sparrow [18]
30132 Captain Jack Sparrow 2011 4 Jack Sparrow voodoo doll [19]
30133 Jack Sparrow 2011 5 Jack Sparrow [20]
853219 Pirates of the Caribbean Battle Pack 2011 30 Jack Sparrow, Scrum, Lieutenant Theodore Groves, Gunner, Yeoman [21]


In May 2011 Lego Pirates of the Caribbean: The Video Game was released on the Mac OS X, Nintendo 3DS, Nintendo DS, PlayStation 3, PlayStation Portable, Wii, Microsoft Windows and Xbox 360. The game was developed by Traveller's Tales and published by Disney Interactive Studios and incorporates storylines from all four films in the franchise.[22][23]


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External links

  • Official site

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