Largest ship in the world -- in Lego

The Lego version of Maersk's Triple-E contains 1,518 pieces.
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Largest ship in the world

This is a look at the real ship on which the Lego version is based.
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Queen of the container ships

A look at the side of Lego's Maersk Triple-E set. The set is customizable, allowing players to add or remove containers.
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Maersk Line

Lego had previously sold a Maersk train set, and in January, the Maersk Triple-E will go on sale.
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Mounted on display stand

The set can be mounted on a display stand, or played with without it.
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8-cylinder engines

The set includes twin 8-cylinder engines.
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Plaque

The set also includes a plaque that provides information about the world's largest ship.
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Life rafts

It's unlikely a Lego version of the world's largest ship would ever sink, but if it did, it has life rafts.
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Twin engines

A close-up of the twin 8-cylinder engines.
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Tip of the ship

The very front of the Lego version of the Maersk Triple-E.
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Rear of the ship

The rear of the Lego version of the Maersk Triple-E.
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