Sea of Thieves How to Repair Ship & Make it Look Like New

Repairing a ship in Sea of Thieves is important business. Damaged ships will leak water, and eventually sink, making you loose all the treasure you haven’t managed to sell. That’s why maintenance is a crucial activity. You can easily fix up any holes as they spring up, but they’ll leave your ship looking like a patchwork toy. Restoring it to its former glory is also possible, but not many know how. In this guide, we’re going to show you how to fully repair ship in Sea of Thieves and make it look like new.

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Sea of Thieves How to Repair Ship & Make it Look Like New

If you just want to patch up a hole so that water doesn’t get in while you’re trying to escape from danger or continue fighting, simply grab some planks and start nailing them to the ship. They’ll work well enough, but will leave your ship aesthetically challenged.

How to fully repair ship?

Once you’re out of harm’s way, you’ll prboably want to fully repair your ship and make it look as nice as it used to. There are two ways to go about this. If you’re not in a hurry, you could leave it to heal – after a while, the planks you’ve attached to the hull should merge with it. It’ll take some time, but should leave you with a pristine boat.

If you are in a hurry, there’s another option. Sadly, the shipwright doesn’t offer her shipyard’s services. However, when you sell off the valuables, you can simply scuttle your ship with no losses. Run it onto some sharp rocks, get into a fight with a bigger ship, or just remove one of those planks that stops water from getting in. Once your ship sinks, you’ll get a new one free of cost.

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