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The Vintage Ship is an item in Phantom Hourglass.[1][note 1]

Location and Uses

The Vintage Ship is the name given to the SS Linebeck once it has been outfitted with the following Ship Parts:

Ship Part Description
PH Log Prow Model.png
Log Prow
Made with waterproof lumber, so it's surprisingly valuable.
PH Swim Ring Model.png
Swim Ring
It is what it is... No one knows if it works as an anchor.
PH Vintage Hull Model.png
Vintage Hull
A worn, rugged hull with a manly, burly style of its own.
PH Meager Cannon Model.png
Meager Cannon
Looks like it would shatter after a single fire, but it's tough!
PH Worn Handrail Model.png
Worn Handrail
In dire need of repair, but its design adds a lot of flavor!
PH Barrel Shack Model.png
Barrel Shack
A modest design for the environmentally conscious!
PH Strange Chimney Model.png
Strange Chimney
Looks a little like garbage, but that's its main appeal!
PH Simple Wheel Model.png
Simple Wheel
The number of paddles was cut to four to simplify it.

The Ship Parts can be attached to the SS Linebeck at any time by visiting the Shipyard on Molida Island. For every three parts of the Vintage Ship used, the durability of the SS Linebeck is increased by one Heart. When all eight parts are used together, they increase its durability by three Hearts, up to a total of seven Hearts. Aside from this boost in durability, the Vintage Ship is merely a change in appearance to suit the player's personal tastes.

Nomenclature

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See Also

Notes

  1. This term refers only to a specific combination of Ship Parts. In-game, the ship itself is always called the SS Linebeck.

References

  1. "Vintage Ship"  (Encyclopedia (Dark Horse Books) pg. 284)
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