Updated date : 2023-11-08 16:29(UTC +9)
The ships in Uncharted Waters Origin were faithfully recreated from real ships that roamed the oceans during the Age of Discovery as they sought the New World and previously unknown routes.
New Blueprints are unlocked as your Build LV increases. As long as you have Blueprints and Materials, you can build any Ship you want and man them with your Mates to create your own Fleet. You can modify the Ship itself or the Cabins to upgrade the Ship’s stats. Customization options such as cool Exteriors, Emblems, and Hulls are also available.
While the shipbuilding process doesn’t involve any elements of luck, the stats of the Ship itself may vary within a certain range, and are somewhat influenced by the Build LV.
The ships in the game are composed of Western Ships that were dominant in the starting areas of the game—the Mediterranean Sea, Black Sea, and the North Sea—as well as Eastern Ships and Special Ships.
Western Ships are the most basic ships in the game.
You can encounter variations of Sailboats and Galleys that originated from the ships that travelled the Mediterranean Sea, the North Sea, the Black Sea, and spread to all corners of the world.
Below is a list of Eastern Ships that appear in the game.
Eastern Ships are mostly composed of Ships known to the Eastern world including China, India, Polynesia, Joseon, and Japan. Eastern Ships have their own Build LV, separate from that of Western Ships.
Special Ships are composed of original ships that are not historically accurate, including collab ships.
These ships may require special materials to build.
※ More ships will be added in the future.
The Build Succession system can be used when building ships of certain grades.
Using Build Succession decreases build time by 50%, additional stats can be gained by succeeding the stats of lower ships that are used as build material.