LEGO Maersk Line Triple E (10241) Officially Announced

LEGO Maersk Line Triple E (10241)

Today at LEGO Fan Weekend in Skærbæk, Denmark, LEGO announced it’s latest exclusive set in the Maersk line of products, the Triple E (10241). It replaces previous Maersk ships including the Maersk Sealand Container Ship (10152) and the Maersk Line Container Ship (10155). Below are the details of the Triple E as well as official images and video by LEGO Designer Jamie Berard.

Build the Maersk ‘Triple-E’ container vessel – a true giant of the seas!

US $149.99 – CA $179.99 – DE 129.99 € – UK 109.99 £ – DK 1199.00 DKK

Presenting the largest ship in the world – the record-breaking Maersk ‘Triple-E.’ Built from over 1,500 bricks, the model recreates the real vessel in amazing detail. Our LEGO® designers have included rare colors such as medium azur, dark red, sand blue and sand green. There are rotating gold-colored screw blades leading to the brick-built twin propeller engines, which you can view through the window built into the port side of the ship. You can even customize it by adding or removing the containers. This authentic set includes a display stand and fact plaque with detailed information about the ship and, as a finishing touch, there’s the gold coin that is added under the mast of all Maersk Line ships for good luck on their voyages. This model is perfect for LEGO fans!

• Features include rotating gold-colored propeller blades, brick-built twin 8-cylinder engines, viewing window into the engine compartment, adjustable rudders, detachable lifeboats, removable containers, rotating crane arms and a special ‘good luck’ coin

• Includes rare medium azur, dark red, sand blue and sand green colored elements

• Play with the model on carpeted surfaces or mount the model on the display stand

• Building instructions also include interesting facts about the real ship

• Includes 1,518 bricks

• Ship (mounted on stand) measures over 8” (21cm) high, 25” (65cm) long and 3” (9cm) wide

Available for sale directly through LEGO® beginning January 2014 via shop.LEGO.com, LEGO® Stores or via phone.

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  • TheOrcKing

    This is such a simply stunning real life piece. Nothing over the top or underwhelming at all for the matter. The sheer amount of stickers however is what I feel kills it for many especially considering how much of an ‘expert’ build it is. Regardless, I love how absolutely spot on this is and its use of special techniques here & there.

    I’m just a little confused on what the color used here is. He says it is “Medium Azure” in the designer video while past Maersk sets have used a special “Maersk Blue”. (Look up previous Maersk Container ships on BrickLink and you’ll see the unique color listed.) I think it would be better if they did decide on going with medium azure instead of such a rare hue otherwise you would need to buy a ton of this set just for it.

    • geisterhaus

      couldn’t agree more about the decals. Ive passed on more than a few sets because I hate the decals. I feel they cheapen any set theyre included in. however, I mainly collect minifigs, so its not too much of an issue for me.
      that ship does look very nice though.

      • TheOrcKing

        I think there must be something like over 128 stickers in total for this build. Ouch. I can’t even fathom trying to keep a perfectly steady hand for all of them. It is disappointing cause the set looks like a perfect scale model kit. Then again I don’t know in what way they could have been able to print the details seeing how just about every sticker goes across a few bricks.

        On a different note, I’m more of a minifigure collector and parts hoarder in general so this would be one of those sets I would just build without appying any stickers for the experience and then take it apart to go into some other project (whatever that is).