Queen Anne's Revenge was the name of the ship that belonged to Blackbeard, a notorious english pirate. Although he use the ship for less than a year, it was an effective tool in his price taking. In 1718 Blackbeard grounded his ship at Beaufort inlet ( Presently Carteret Country, North Carolina, United States ) and the ship was destroyed. In late 1996 Intersal, the private contractor working for the State of North Carolina in marine recovery, discovered the remains of the vessel likely to be the Queen Anne's Revenge.
Follow the instructions on the booklet to build your puzzle. Each puzzle piece is numbered to help you complete the assembly.
Punching out all the interlocking holes before assembly is advised.
To make sure every pieces can be clearly identified, do not pop out all pieces at once, please only detach those pieces you need for each step during the assembly (as pieces numbers are all printed on the puzzle sheet next to every puzzle pieces).
Assemble with patience and carefulness, do not force to interlock any two pieces/components.
Every puzzle pieces have two sides, and can be bended into only one direction, please make sure the correct side of the pieces are faced outward.
Assemble every section of the model without any tools, such as knife, and scissors, neither as gluing.