Ready to set sail in One Piece Treasure Cruise, but not sure where to start? Don’t worry! Our One Piece Treasure Cruise Ships guide goes over the best ships available in the massive One Piece game.
One Piece Treasure Cruise is a turn-based RPG inspired by, you guessed it, the hit anime and manga One Piece. Put together a crew and engage in pirate battles.
Check out the Google Play page for more info!
One Piece Treasure Cruise Ships
Here we’ll try and cover everything you need to know.
The Best Ships
Here we’ll cover some of the notable ships. The stats reference fully upgraded ships.
The Merry Go
This sheep-headed vessel is a very solid choice when you start out. It’s easy to acquire. You can get it after completing Syrup Village. It also brings some respectable stats to the table.
- Attack x1.5
- Captain HP +300
- Easier Perfects
The Moby Dick
The whale-headed ship gives some hefty boosts, though there’s a little sting in the tail of this whale. As long as you use it, your crew will start battles with half their HP gone. With proper healing management though, the boosts are worth it.
The Thousand Sunny
Like the Merry Go, the Thousand Sunny is easily acquired through normal play. It gives the same attack boost as the Merry Go, but also has an absolutely devastating cannon attack you can unleash on your enemies.
The Flying Dutchman
This spooky ship with a skull figurehead is a little more tricky to acquire, but its boosts are nothing to sniff at.
About One Piece Treasure Cruise
One Piece Treasure Cruise is a game set in the seafaring world of the hit anime One Piece, and lets you set out on an adventure with a bunch of familiar faces, and vessels from the series. You can put your crew to the test in RPG battles against all kinds of opponents.