You will require Planks (Of the type of wood that you're making your ship out of) A nail, hammer and saw. The frame itself could be OSRS Gold three different sizes. Small Medium, Large or Small. Small frames cost $10 Medium frames are priced at 50k, while Large frames cost 100k. Now you start nailing the planks on to the frame until you have finished the frame. For the final exterior of your boat, you'll require about 100 planks. You can add another boat to your collection as you move up at a higher level. You can increase the size of your boat or buy multiple boats. It's an amazing thought, consider it. An entire armada of boats that you control (If you're rich at the very least).
Once you've completed the exterior of your vessel, you can begin to build the interior. A work crew can be hired to build decks, cabins for crews (Crews will be explained in the following sections) and various other rooms (Most kinds). This can be done with steel bars or planks. One thing you must have in all times is a wheel, which is included in the frame. After that, you can start building rooms by climbing down the ladder. The small ship (Formerly your frame) is equipped with a lower deck.
Medium ships have two lower decks, while the large vessel can have up to three decks below. You can hire an entire crew if you wish. These crew members are like servants in construction, but they are able to perform different duties. They will require cooks and navigators. It is your responsibility to pay your crew money and provide them with crew quarters. You can now store drinks, food, and even alchohal while you travel out to sea. It is not possible to engage other vessels while you're out at sea, but you can be stopped by a patrol ship and checked.
They'll board your boat to make sure you aren't transporting people or weapons. There are passengers who will pay up to 10k, based on Buy RuneScape 2007 Gold the size of your boat. You can dock at any port in runescape. Also, you cannot summon family members or anything else. Pets are not allowed on your boat. When you get off of your vessel and don't to it for a few days your vessel and crew will just stay in the port. The crew members are not allowed to take over your vessel. If you don't fire them, or don't pay them, or they are dissatisfied with the conditions of your vessel (e.g., not enough food, too small sleeping spaces and so on.), nobody can access your vessel.