Ship Part

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Ship Parts are items in Phantom Hourglass.[7]

Location and Uses

The SS Linebeck consists of eight customizable Ship Parts: Prow, Anchor, Hull, Cannon, Handrail, Bridge, Chimney, and Wheel. The ninth Ship Part, the Salvage Arm, cannot be changed. While traveling on the SS Linebeck, the Life Gauge appears green instead of red to denote the stamina of the Ship rather than Link's health.

Attaching new Ship Part to the SS Linebeck can increase its stamina from it initial four Hearts. When using three, six, or all eight Ship Parts from the same set, its stamina is increased to five, six, or seven Hearts, respectively. For every two Ship Parts from the Golden Ship set used, its stamina is increased by one Heart, up to a maximum of eight Hearts. Docking the Ship at any Island's port replenishes all the Ship's stamina.

Ship Parts are obtained through various methods:

Link can collect multiple instances of the same Ship Part, up to 99 of each.

Most Ship Parts can be sold to the Treasure Teller on Mercay Island. All Ship Parts in the same set have the same value, and the value of each set is randomly selected from three possibilities at the creation of the Save file: 50,[2] 150,[3] or 800 Rupees.[4] The only exceptions are the Golden Ship parts, which are always valued at 1,500 Rupees apiece,[5] and the default Ship Parts from the SS Linebeck, which are valued at zero Rupees and cannot be sold.[1] Once a Ship Part has been sold, its value is recorded on the Collection Screen menu.

In Shops, a special paper is used to represent Ship Parts. It features the following inscriptions written in Hylian:

Image
Hylian
フネノパーツニツイテ
Transliteration

船のパーツについて

Meaning

About the Ship Parts

Image
Hylian
ホンショハフネノブヒンノシヨユウヲミ
トメルモノデアル。マタソノコウカント
バイバイモミトメル!
Transliteration

本書は船の部品の所有を認めるものである。またその交換と売買も認める!

Meaning

This paper allows possession of Ship Parts. This also allows exchanges and deals of them!

Image
Hylian
ハイリアセンパク
Transliteration

ハイリア船舶

Meaning

Hylia Shipping

ImageHylianTransliterationMeaning
フネノパーツニツイテ

船のパーツについて

About the Ship Parts

ホンショハフネノブヒンノシヨユウヲミ
トメルモノデアル。マタソノコウカント
バイバイモミトメル!

本書は船の部品の所有を認めるものである。またその交換と売買も認める!

This paper allows possession of Ship Parts. This also allows exchanges and deals of them!

ハイリアセンパク

ハイリア船舶

Hylia Shipping

List of Ship Parts

Ship
Part Type
Ship Part
Description

An average prow that came equipped on the SS Linebeck.

Ship
Part Type
Ship Part
Description

The SS Linebeck came equipped with this average anchor.

Ship
Part Type
Ship Part
Description

The original hull of the SS Linebeck. Nothing special.

Ship
Part Type
Ship Part
Description

A cannon bought from Eddo for the high price of 50 Rupees.

Ship
Part Type
Ship Part
Description

The handrail that came stock on Linebeck's ship.

Ship
Part Type
Ship Part
Description

The original bridge of Linebeck's ship. It's a common style.

Ship
Part Type
Ship Part
Description

The normal chimney that came with Linebeck's ship.

Ship
Part Type
Ship Part
Description

The paddle that came stock on Lineback's ship. It ... works!

Ship
Part Type
Ship Part
Description

This bell doesn't chime, but it gives the prow a nice look.

Ship
Part Type
Ship Part
Description

A modern, bell-shaped anchor. Ironically, it doesn't ring.

Ship
Part Type
Ship Part
Description

A modified hull from a standard ship with a fancy yellow spot.

Ship
Part Type
Ship Part
Description

A cannon with truly avant-garde design. Catches the eye!

Ship
Part Type
Ship Part
Description

It draws attention for its playful and ornate design.

Ship
Part Type
Ship Part
Description

Soothing design offers an escape from the stresses of battle.

Ship
Part Type
Ship Part
Description

A simple shape, but something about it is so enticing.

Ship
Part Type
Ship Part
Description

A wheel with bent paddles. It steams your ship along!

Ship
Part Type
Ship Part
Description

Broken, and nobody in the world has the parts to fix it.

Ship
Part Type
Ship Part
Description

An iron-spiked anchor that can secure a ship in any storm.

Ship
Part Type
Ship Part
Description

Looks strong and heavy. Too bad it's neither.

Ship
Part Type
Ship Part
Description

It looks menacing and efficient. It's actually rather typical.

Ship
Part Type
Ship Part
Description

A handrail forged with hefty chains so it won't break easily.

Ship
Part Type
Ship Part
Description

A bridge designed for those with battle on their minds.

Ship
Part Type
Ship Part
Description

A chimney made of iron. Caution: gets very hot when used!

Ship
Part Type
Ship Part
Description

A wheel rumored to have been made from a battleship screw.

Ship
Part Type
Ship Part
Description

The design was based on eyewitness accounts!

Ship
Part Type
Ship Part
Description

An anchor shaped from the mold of an ancient statue.

Ship
Part Type
Ship Part
Description

A hull that looks like an ancient stronghold. The deck is so green!

Ship
Part Type
Ship Part
Description

A cannon surrounded with the glory of an ancient age.

Ship
Part Type
Ship Part
Description

Made from pillars of exotic ruins. It was recently discovered.

Ship
Part Type
Ship Part
Description

With its temple like serenity, it offers peace and comfort.

Ship
Part Type
Ship Part
Description

A chimney once used by a bread baker. Smells fresh baked!

Ship
Part Type
Ship Part
Description

A wheel some say was made from a giant's dinner plate.

Ship
Part Type
Ship Part
Description

Made with waterproof lumber, so it's surprisingly valuable.

Ship
Part Type
Ship Part
Description

It is what it is... No one knows if it works as an anchor.

Ship
Part Type
Ship Part
Description

A worn, rugged hull with a manly, burly style of its own.

Ship
Part Type
Ship Part
Description

Looks like it would shatter after a single fire, but it's tough!

Ship
Part Type
Ship Part
Description

In dire need of repair, but its design adds a lot of flavor!

Ship
Part Type
Ship Part
Description

A modest design for the environmentally conscious!

Ship
Part Type
Ship Part
Description

Looks a little like garbage, but that's its main appeal!

Ship
Part Type
Ship Part
Description

The number of paddles was cut to four to simplify it.

Ship
Part Type
Ship Part
Description

A prow adorned with a scowling demon. Very...intense.

Ship
Part Type
Ship Part
Description

An anchor made in the image of an evil sickle. Scary!

Ship
Part Type
Ship Part
Description

A scary ship said to ferry the foulest of evils.

Ship
Part Type
Ship Part
Description

Some suspect it can fire cannonballs of pure malice.

Ship
Part Type
Ship Part
Description

Made from monstrous horns. Actually not a handrail at all.

Ship
Part Type
Ship Part
Description

A prison designed to cage the foulest villains.

Ship
Part Type
Ship Part
Description

A chimney built for bubbling pots of white-hot magma.

Ship
Part Type
Ship Part
Description

A wheel made from the hollow shell of a red insect. Ewww!

Ship
Part Type
Ship Part
Description

A prow made with swaying palm tress in mind. No coconuts.

Ship
Part Type
Ship Part
Description

An anchor made from a shell. Girls go wild for it!

Ship
Part Type
Ship Part
Description

A themed ship with the appeal of a private tropical oasis.

Ship
Part Type
Ship Part
Description

A cannon shaped like a seapony. This pony packs a punch!

Ship
Part Type
Ship Part
Description

A very basic handrail. Sometimes the basics are best!

Ship
Part Type
Ship Part
Description

Top creature comforts combined with the smell of ocean air.

Ship
Part Type
Ship Part
Description

An artistic chimney filled with rustic charm.

Ship
Part Type
Ship Part
Description

Created from the shell of a huge snail. A mysterious design.

Ship
Part Type
Ship Part
Description

A prow made for those looking for the romance of the sea!

Ship
Part Type
Ship Part
Description

A three-pronged anchor. No frills, but it gets the job done!

Ship
Part Type
Ship Part
Description

A hull with a very serious red and black paint scheme.

Ship
Part Type
Ship Part
Description

Looks complex, but it's easy to use. The professional standard.

Ship
Part Type
Ship Part
Description

A handrail that works even in violently churning seas.

Ship
Part Type
Ship Part
Description

Created for those who live their years on the high seas.

Ship
Part Type
Ship Part
Description

Towering over the horizon, all chimneys aspire to its glory.

Ship
Part Type
Ship Part
Description

A wheel with nothing special. This is what draws many to it.

Ship
Part Type
Ship Part
Description

An extravagant piece of ship art made from a golden pot.

Ship
Part Type
Ship Part
Description

An anchor patterned after a gem. A sure hit with celebrities.

Ship
Part Type
Ship Part
Description

A hull that delivers an experience in pure extravagance.

Ship
Part Type
Ship Part
Description

The perfectly designed cannon. Truly the gold standard!

Ship
Part Type
Ship Part
Description

Note the elegant curve and design. A true masterpiece!

Ship
Part Type
Ship Part
Description

A golden interior fit for royalty. The bed is oh-so fluffy too.

Ship
Part Type
Ship Part
Description

A simple chimney, but its surfaces gleam mysteriously.

Ship
Part Type
Ship Part
Description

An intricately carved wheel made by a brilliant artisan.

ShipPart TypeShip PartDescription

An average prow that came equipped on the SS Linebeck.

The SS Linebeck came equipped with this average anchor.

The original hull of the SS Linebeck. Nothing special.

A cannon bought from Eddo for the high price of 50 Rupees.

The handrail that came stock on Linebeck's ship.

The original bridge of Linebeck's ship. It's a common style.

The normal chimney that came with Linebeck's ship.

The paddle that came stock on Lineback's ship. It ... works!

This bell doesn't chime, but it gives the prow a nice look.

A modern, bell-shaped anchor. Ironically, it doesn't ring.

A modified hull from a standard ship with a fancy yellow spot.

A cannon with truly avant-garde design. Catches the eye!

It draws attention for its playful and ornate design.

Soothing design offers an escape from the stresses of battle.

A simple shape, but something about it is so enticing.

A wheel with bent paddles. It steams your ship along!

Broken, and nobody in the world has the parts to fix it.

An iron-spiked anchor that can secure a ship in any storm.

Looks strong and heavy. Too bad it's neither.

It looks menacing and efficient. It's actually rather typical.

A handrail forged with hefty chains so it won't break easily.

A bridge designed for those with battle on their minds.

A chimney made of iron. Caution: gets very hot when used!

A wheel rumored to have been made from a battleship screw.

The design was based on eyewitness accounts!

An anchor shaped from the mold of an ancient statue.

A hull that looks like an ancient stronghold. The deck is so green!

A cannon surrounded with the glory of an ancient age.

Made from pillars of exotic ruins. It was recently discovered.

With its temple like serenity, it offers peace and comfort.

A chimney once used by a bread baker. Smells fresh baked!

A wheel some say was made from a giant's dinner plate.

Made with waterproof lumber, so it's surprisingly valuable.

It is what it is... No one knows if it works as an anchor.

A worn, rugged hull with a manly, burly style of its own.

Looks like it would shatter after a single fire, but it's tough!

In dire need of repair, but its design adds a lot of flavor!

A modest design for the environmentally conscious!

Looks a little like garbage, but that's its main appeal!

The number of paddles was cut to four to simplify it.

A prow adorned with a scowling demon. Very...intense.

An anchor made in the image of an evil sickle. Scary!

A scary ship said to ferry the foulest of evils.

Some suspect it can fire cannonballs of pure malice.

Made from monstrous horns. Actually not a handrail at all.

A prison designed to cage the foulest villains.

A chimney built for bubbling pots of white-hot magma.

A wheel made from the hollow shell of a red insect. Ewww!

A prow made with swaying palm tress in mind. No coconuts.

An anchor made from a shell. Girls go wild for it!

A themed ship with the appeal of a private tropical oasis.

A cannon shaped like a seapony. This pony packs a punch!

A very basic handrail. Sometimes the basics are best!

Top creature comforts combined with the smell of ocean air.

An artistic chimney filled with rustic charm.

Created from the shell of a huge snail. A mysterious design.

A prow made for those looking for the romance of the sea!

A three-pronged anchor. No frills, but it gets the job done!

A hull with a very serious red and black paint scheme.

Looks complex, but it's easy to use. The professional standard.

A handrail that works even in violently churning seas.

Created for those who live their years on the high seas.

Towering over the horizon, all chimneys aspire to its glory.

A wheel with nothing special. This is what draws many to it.

An extravagant piece of ship art made from a golden pot.

An anchor patterned after a gem. A sure hit with celebrities.

A hull that delivers an experience in pure extravagance.

The perfectly designed cannon. Truly the gold standard!

Note the elegant curve and design. A true masterpiece!

A golden interior fit for royalty. The bed is oh-so fluffy too.

A simple chimney, but its surfaces gleam mysteriously.

An intricately carved wheel made by a brilliant artisan.

Nomenclature

Names in Other Regions
LanguageNames
Japan
Japanese
  • 船のパーツ (Fune no Pātsu)[9]
  • ふねのパーツ (Fune no Pātsu)[10]
Canada
FrenchCA
Pièce de bateau[14]
The French Republic
FrenchEU
Pièce de bateau[12]
The Federal Republic of Germany
German
Schiffteil[11]
The Italian Republic
Italian
Pezzo del battello[8]
Latin America
SpanishLA
Pieza de barco[13]
The Kingdom of Spain
SpanishEU
Pieza de barco[15]
This table was generated using translation pages.
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References

  1. 1.0 1.1 "That's barely worth a mention, sir! No interest..." — Treasure Teller (Phantom Hourglass)
  2. 2.0 2.1 "Such a trifle: 50 rupees, no more." — Treasure Teller (Phantom Hourglass)
  3. 3.0 3.1 "A common sort of thing: 150 rupees at best." — Treasure Teller (Phantom Hourglass)
  4. 4.0 4.1 "I'd put that pretty at 800 rupees!" — Treasure Teller (Phantom Hourglass)
  5. 5.0 5.1 "Wh-Where'd you find that?! It's certainly worth 1500 Rupees!" — Treasure Teller (Phantom Hourglass)
  6. [1][2][3][4][5]
  7. Art & Artifacts, Dark Horse Books, pg. 313
  8. "Hai ottenuto il pezzo del battello [Ship Part name]!" — N/A (Phantom Hourglass)
  9. "船のパーツ
    「[Ship Part Name]」
    を手に入れた!!
    " — N/A (Phantom Hourglass)
  10. "ふねのパーツ" — Inventory (Phantom Hourglass)
  11. "Du hast das Schiffteil [Ship Part name] erhalten!!!" — N/A (Phantom Hourglass)
  12. "Vous obtenez la pièce de bateau: [Ship Part name]!" — N/A (Phantom Hourglass)
  13. "Conseguiste la pieza de barco: [Ship Part name]." — N/A (Phantom Hourglass)
  14. "Vous obtenez la pièce de bateau [Ship Part name]!!!" — N/A (Phantom Hourglass)
  15. "Has conseguido la pieza de barco: [Ship Part name]." — N/A (Phantom Hourglass)