How to Become a Captain and Name Your Own Ship in Sea of Thieves

How to Become a Captain and Name Your Own Ship in Sea of Thieves

Alright, so you’re deep into Sea of Thieves and now you wanna be the boss of your own ship, slap a name on it, and basically run things like you’ve always wanted. Let’s get into how you make that happen without all the fluff.

How to Become a Captain and Name Ship

How to Become a Captain and Name Ship

Adventure tab

So you start off at the main screen of the game, right? You’re gonna wanna hit the ‘Adventure’ tab. It’s like your doorway to getting your hands on a ship and making it officially yours. Under this, there’s a section called ‘My Ships.’ That’s your goldmine for stepping up to captaincy.

Becoming a Ship Owner

Becoming a Ship Owner

In the ‘My Ships’ bit, you get to pick what kind of boat you’re gonna captain. Options are a Sloop, Brigantine, or a Galleon. Each has its own price tag. The Sloop is the cheapest, might be a good place to start if you’re watching your coins.

Name Your Ship

Name Your Ship

After you buy your ship, they let you name it. This bit’s crucial ’cause changing the name later costs you, needing some fancy item from the Pirate Emporium. The name’s gotta be short, under 20 characters, can’t start or end with spaces, no numbers or weird symbols. And keep it clean – no swearing or you’ll be in trouble.

Maintaining Your Vessel

Once you’ve got your ship, there are a few things you can do with it. You can fix it up if it’s seen better days, making sure it’s ready to face the ocean. If you’re itching to get going, hit ‘Sail’ and off you go.

Changing the ship’s name is an option, but remember, it’s gonna cost you. And if you think about scrapping your ship, just remember, you’re not getting your gold back. Personally, I’d say hold onto it.

When you finally head out as a captain for the first time, the Pirate Lord himself shows up to give you a rundown. It’s like a crash course in being a captain, filled with tips and stuff to keep in mind while you’re out there ruling the waves.

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