In our opinion, this LEGO replica of the Queen Victoria cruise ship by AFOL FlagsNZ is really well designed – when we took our first look at the completed model (in the photo below), we wouldn’t believe our eyes that this was constructed using LEGO pieces!
Amazing details including the cabin portfolios, balconies of the Britannia Balcony staterooms, detailed open decks with 3 swimming pools, along with the ship’s lifeboats and lift rafts by the side of the ship, as well as rotating gold-coloured propellers attached to two swivelling Azipod motors. One word – WOW! (we’re sure you’ll agree with us after looking at the closeup images of this model below).
Comprising of 2,061 LEGO pieces (this definitely makes this build a challenging one for those who love taking on challenging LEGO builds), and constructed based on the scale of 1:565, this LEGO model of the Queen Victoria cruise ship measures 65 studs long (52cm, 20.5in) and 12 studs wide (10cm, 3.8in) – this ship model definitely makes an elegant addition in any display cabinet!
Here are close-up images of this fabulous build:
Do You Agree With Us That This Build Deserves A Chance To Be Reviewed By The LEGO Ideas Review Team?
In our opinion, this build by FlagsNZ definitely deserves a chance to be reviewed by the LEGO Ideas review team, and one which we certainly hope will be accepted and produced as an official LEGO Ideas set (which is the reason why we’re featuring this build today!)
If you share the same sentiments as us, then make sure you vote for FlagsNZ’s Queen Victoria cruise ship build submission in the LEGO Ideas website below: