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Guide          - Ship Parts Guide
Game Title     - The Legend of Zelda: Phantom Hourglass
Platform       - Nintendo DS
Date submitted - 04-??-08
Version        - 1.7
By             - obishawn


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I'm sorry for the delay and neglect of this guide, but my
computer monitor went down and I wasn't able to make 
all of the need updates. 

I have recieved twenty seven emails with both tips and
corrections, and while that may not seem like a lot,
when you try to update a guide with that much info in
one sitting, it can be a bit overwhelming.

I'm sorry it has taken so long to get to the update,
especially to you guys who have contributed.  You must
have felt ignored or rejected, but it is all here and all
very much appreciated!

Thank you very much guys.  Keep the tips coming in.  You
are the ones that make this guide useful, all I have done
is presented it for everyone to read.

In this update, the following people have contributed in
various ways (see the Credits and Thanks):

laura navarro
Sarah Butler
Magic Umbreon
Ray Kremer
Vinter Varg
David Barnard
Andrew Wilson


Table of Contents


To easily and quickly find anything in this guide,
simply perform a search and enter the subject as you
see it listed in the Contents, even if it is just the
Roman numerals.

I    - Introduction
       A. - Tips
II   - Complete Sets
III  - Prows
IV   - Anchors
V    - Hulls
VI   - Cannons
VII  - Handrails
VIII - Bridges
IX   - Chimneys
X    - Wheels
XI   - Treasure Maps
XII  - Letters
XIII - Treasure Chests
XIV  - Tag Mode
XV   - FAQ Update History
XVI  - Credits, Thanks, & Hosts
XVII - Contact Info


I  -  INTRODUCTION - Welcome to the Machine


The purpose of this guide is to help you find all of the
ship parts in the easiest way possible, therefore every
location that a ship part can be found is listed in this
guide.  Also, there are some very handy tips to help you
collect the parts that you lack.

The purpose of obtaining ship parts in this game is more 
than cosmetic.  There are eight parts to a ship and a
total of nine sets.  By combining parts from a certain set
you can add health to your ship.

Without spoiling anything let me just say that a ship with
good health is very important towards the end of the game,
so you will need all of the parts you can find.  Parts can
be found in treasure chests, as a parcel, in a sunken chest,
and in the various shops.

Linebeck's ship = 4 hearts
1 non-default part = 4 hearts
2 parts of the same set = 4 hearts
3 parts of the same set = 4 hearts
4 parts of the same set = 5 hearts
5 parts of the same set = 5 hearts
6 parts of the same set = 6 hearts
7 parts of the same set = 6 hearts
8 parts of the same set = 7 hearts
All 8 Gold parts = 8 hearts


  (The following tip provided by: avilance)

Ship part health is calculated by these rules


Start: 4 hearts

2 golden parts +1 heart

3 normal parts of 1 set +1 heart

6 normal parts of 1 set +2 hearts

8 normal parts of 1 set +3 hearts



If you have 3 demon parts and 5 different parts from othe
sets you’ll have 4+1=5 hearts

If you have 3 demon parts, 3 iron parts, and 2 different
parts you’ll have 4+1+1=6 hearts

If you have 6 demon parts and 2 different parts you’ll
have 4+2=6 hearts

If you have 3 demon parts, 3 iron parts, and 2 gold parts,
you’ll have 4+1+1+1=7 hearts

If you have 6 demon parts and 2 gold parts, you’ll have
4+2+1=7 hearts

If you have 4 golden parts, 3 demon parts, and 1 different
part you’ll have 4+2+1= 7 hearts

If you have 8 golden parts you'll have 4+1+1+1+1=8 hearts


so you see there are not just 1 but 3 ways to gain 7 hearts

 - avilance


  (The following tip provided by: Magic Umbreon)

"Thanks for writing such a great FAQ, I have one tip to 
contribute. In your guide you listed that the "ONLY" 
way to get 7 hearts on your ship is with 8 non-golden 
ship parts of the same set. I have 7 hearts at the moment 
with a setup of 4 golden parts and 4 dignified parts, so 
there is another way. It might be quite helpful to people 
because it means you can have the gold parts equipped, 
and still get 7 (before you complete the set)."

 - Magic Umbreon


  (The following tip provided by: feitclub)

You can get 7 hearts without eight matching ship parts.
While my experiments are limited, I have noticed a
distinct pattern with ship part combinations. Golden ship
parts act as a "wild card" of sorts, so if you use two
(or more) Golden parts with six (or less) of any other
set, you will get seven hearts. I.E. 6 "demon" parts plus
2 Golden parts, or 5 "tropical" parts with 3 Golden parts.

You get the idea. Notice that mixing and matching
non-Golden parts will never get you more than six hearts,
nor will using only one Golden part. You need at least two 
Golden parts to get seven hearts. 

 - feitclub


Keep in mind that the specific ship parts appear at
random.  You cannot go to a specific location to track 
down a specific part.  You can go to that location, but
there is no guarantee what part you will recieve. When you
have the opportunity to obtain a part, do so.  Duplicate
parts can be sold for extra Rupees, or traded in Tag Mode
via WiFi.

Most of the parts usually sell for 50 rupees (at least
they did in my play through), but that price isn't set in
stone, it is subject to change.  The parts for the Golden
Ship sell for significantly more.  But all prices of both
parts and treasure vary from game to game.

To customize your ship, go to the shipyard - the first 
building by the pier on Mercay Island.  Talk to the guy
inside wearing the blue coveralls.  It doesn't cost
anything to customize your ship, though he does charge a 
fee to fix the Salvage Arm if you managed to damage it.



The following are some tips you can use to easily obtain
ship parts.  If you have any tips, please do send them
my way so I can include them in the guide.  You will get
full credit for any tip you provide.  See my contact info
at the end of this guide to reach me.


 1 - Save Before You Get It

Save before you get a part.  Since the parts appear at
random, if you do not get the part you need, you can reset
the game and try it again.   This applies to the chests
detailed in the Treasure Chest sction and what ever you
may find in one of the shops.  All of the ship part chests
in the Temple of the Ocean King reset every time you exit
the Temple.

 2 - Temple of the Ocean King, Tip 1

This is a method I used quite a bit.  After you retrieve
Tetra from the Ghost Ship and visit with Zauz, you are
shown a new path to take in the Temple of the  Ocean King.
Once you take that new path, a yellow light appears near
the entrence allowing you to return to the 6th floor and
by-pass the previous floors.

Step into the light and make your way to B9.  There is a
Red Phanotm carrying the square piece.  You don't need the
square piece, but you do need to defeat that Phantom.  To
do so, use your boomerang to hit the weird spherical orb
until it faces the eye mounted on the wall.  Shoot an
arrow at the orb, which will redirect it into the eye.
This deactivates some spikes that guard a pressure switch.  

Make your way to that switch, which opens a trap door when
you stand on it.  Let the Phantom walk over the trap door,
then activate the switch.  He will fall in, giving up the
square piece, but most importantly, a chest will appear in
the bottom left corner of the map.  The chest contains a
random ship part.

You can repeat this manuver every time you re-enter the
Temple of the Ocean King.  Once you have the Grapple Hook,
making your way to B9 becomes much easier.  Once I get the
ship part, I save and quit, which returns me to the
Temple's entrence, where I can step back into the yellow
light and do it all over again.

 3 - The Check's in the Mail

Get the Post Card! Through the trading process, you can get
free parts and treasure in the mail.  To accomplish this,
first you must have all 4 ocean maps.  In each section of
the ocean maps is a travelling ship.  To begin the trading
process, go to the North Eastern map and board the
travelling ship.  Defeat the monsters and meet someone as
annoying as Tingle.  For defeating the monsters, he gives
you the New Hero's Clothes.

Take the New Hero's Clothes to the travelling ship in the
North Western ocean map.  He will give you Telescope.

Take the Telescope to the travelling ship on the South
East ocean map and give it to the Hoho, who will then give
you the Guard Notebook.

Take the Guard Notebook to the travelling ship in the
South West ocean map.  He will give you a Wooden heart.

Go back to the South East ocean map and visit the new ship
on the waters.  It is the Old Wayfarer.  Give him the
Wooden heart.  He tells you to go back to Bannan Island,
so do so.

In the Old Wayfarer's house is a chest which contains the
Swordman's Scroll.  Once you have the scroll, go back to
the North Eastern ocean map and visit the Man of Smiles
again.  He will give you the Postcard.  Go to any island
and mail the Postcard off.  Now, you will randomly get
ship parts and treasure in the mail!

  (The following tip provided by: Rev. Link)

I was reading your ship part guide on GameFAQs, and I felt
I needed to point something out to you. You detail an
elaborate trading sequence after getting the Hero's New
Clothes which eventually leads to getting the Post Card. 

Well, you don't need to actually do any of that trading.
Once you get the Hero's New Clothes, just go right back
into the smiling man's boat and fight the monsters again.
He'll give you the Post Card right there. You can even keep
getting more Post Cards over and over every time you fight
the monsters on his ship. You might have to wait until you
get your item in the mail before you can get a new Post
Card, I'm not sure.
 - Rev. Link

 4 - Change the internal clock

  (The following tip provided by: ChaoticFlux748)

First you need to travel to the Spirit Island (Where you
offer up spirit gems). 

Land there, then leave and save right outside. This
ensures that when you start the game up again after
saving you will be right outside of the Spirit Island. Now
go to the Traveler's Ship right near you and save the man
and he will provide you with treasure. Now exit his ship,
save, and turn off your DS. Now advance your DS clock one
day and start the game up again. Now return to the Ship
and save the man for more treasure. Repeat this process to
get treasure to fuel the next step.

Now that you have your treasure make your way back to
Mercay Island and sell some of it to get about 9999
Ruppees. Now leave the island and save. Next, head to
Beedle's ship and buy whatever parts you need from him (It
helps if you're a VIP because of the low prices. If you're
not already one, you will be very soon). Now exit, save
and then advance your DS clock. Now restart the game and
it should prompt you to create a rout. Head over to Beedle
and buy some more parts. Repeat the process as needed.

 - ChaoticFlux748

  (The following tip provided by: truXor)

To increase your chances on getting ship parts by
'changing the internal DS clock to one day forward', you 
have to copy your main file with enough rupees on it, an
example would be 9000.

Once you copy your file you will have another one with
that amount of rupees and same ship parts.

Now, change your internal DS clock to one day forward then
check your first file and go to Beedle to see if he has the
necessary ship parts you need.

After checking and buying what you need (or not), hit start
and choose 'Save and Quit' save then end the game and you
should be back to the main menu.

Now choose the copied file and check what Beedle has for
sale. You would think he had the same items for sale from
the first file but he is selling other items.

By doing this you can increase your chance of getting that
ship part you need by 2. If he doesn't then turn your DS
off and change your internal clock once again and do the
same thing until you get every single ship part or you are
satisfied of what you have.

Then what you do is have a friend who has another The
Legend of Zelda: TPH game and who you trust (someone who
is close) to trade your ship parts to your main file. Then
if you want you can delete the copied file and have the
space free again and have your main file have everything on

 - truXor

 5 - Archery Game (Molida Island)

   (The followign tip provided by: skinnyguy1234)

In the Archery Game, if you get more than 1700 points you
can get a ship part as a reward!

 - skinnyguy1234

   (The followign tip provided by: David Barnard)

Hi I have been trying to get the Gold Ship parts. In the
Archery game I have found that if you score 1700 or more
but less then 2000 you get a small or medium value ship
part. (I havedone this about 30 times and never got a gold

If you score 2000 or more you get a heart container the
first time you do this and a high-value ship part. I have
scored 2000 or more about 8 times and got 3 gold parts
from this (the other 5 times I got parts that sold for
1500 each so it's a good way of making money).

It is very tricky to score 2000 or more and it took me 
several attempts to do it but with practice I normally
manage to score 2000. This seems to be the easiest way to
get gold parts without trading. Take Care

 - David Barnard

 6 - Bomb Game (Bannan Island)

In the Bomb Game, if you get more than 2500 points you
can get a ship part as a reward!

 7 - North West Traveler's Ship

Go to the guy (what is his name anyway?) that wants to
teach you how to be a hero.  Continue to spar with the guy
until he gives you a heart container.  Afterwards, you can
spar with him as much as you like.  Beat your high score
to win prizes.  If you score a lot of hits, you can win
ship parts.

There is a trick to this.  All you have to do is beat your 
high score, so only beat it by one point.  Doing so will
land you a win against him, gaining a prize in the process
and by only beating your high score by one point, the next
time you fight him, you don't have to beat a rediculously
high score to win.  Just keep on beating him by one point!

   (The following tip provided by: Zeckiris)

You actually only need to get over 200 hits on the wierd
guy in green in order to get a new ship part. I made the
mistake of getting up to 500 something when i first
played and though i didnt get over my highscore whenever
i got more than 200 hits then i still would get a ship
part. Though you probably already know, when fighting him
i found it was best to all out attack him untill he spun
his staff, then as soon as he starts to do that you step
to the left or right, dont run straight away from him.
 - Zeckiris

   (The following tip provided by: hithere)

Sword fighting trick.

Don't go all out. Use a steady rythm that is slower than
the "frantic tapping" attack speed. If you do this right,
the guy you are fighting hardly ever attacks you. Most the
time he will push you away instead of attacking. I have got
over 100 hits on him without him doing a single attack on
me using this tactic. It makes it so much easier.

Also, getting him into the gap where the plank joins the
ship makes it alot easier to hold him in place and keep
your rythm going.

 - hithere

 8 - Pirate Ship Remains

  (The following tip provided by: chibi-acer)

I've had a fair amount of success by shooting down pirate
ships. In my experience so far, every time you kill the
main ship of a pirate fleet, a sunken treasure X will
appear on your map. I'm pretty sure you get a ship part
every time. So far I've gotten 8 parts this way. Not sure
if there's a limit on the number of ships or selection on
parts you can get, but it seems to be working.

 - chibi-acer

  (The following tip provided by: GexetGuy)

Each time you destroy a large pirate ship  (with the sail)
it will sink to the ocean floor, and a red X will be left
on the sea chart where it sank. Just use a salvage arm
like you would a normal treasure, and it's always a ship
part. However, if the red X from a pirate ship is on the
sea chart when you dock on an island, the X will be lost.

Also, the pirates you destroy are reset when you dock on
an island, so you can do this process over and over again.

 - GexetGuy

 9 - Temple of the Ocean King, Tip 2

   (The following tip provided by: JKSlider)
I have found the best way to get ship parts in the game...
the only problem you have to have the phantom blade. 

Once you have the phantom blade go to the temple of the
ocean. Now warp using the yellow warp pad. Once you have
warped take the exit on the top. Now take the moving
platforms past the arrow shooting things then hang a left.
Go down and kill the Knight on the way. Head up the stairs
in the lower left hand side of the map. As you as you come
out the stairs swing and kill the knight. Take a right and
walk across the invisible walkway. 

Now head up the stairs...there should be two more Knights
on this level. Run towards the lower one to get his
attention then run back to the safe zone by the steps. When
he turns his back kill him and immediately run to the right
and then up to kill the second Knight. A treasue chest will
appear this contains the first of three with ship parts. 

Head back in to the same stairs you just came up a second
ago. Head left across the invisible bridge and take the
steps on the other side. after you come out of the stairs 
head to the upper left hand side of the map and get your
Ship Part. Now go back down the steps you came up. Head up
and kill the blue Knight. Go down and cross the invisible
bridge and go up to where there is a whole in the wall
(for a bombchu). Send a bombchu throught the whole and hit
the switch. Run up and kill the red Knight. Grab the
treasure that appeared and head throught the door your
bombchu opened. 

One more to go, and there is only one Knight on this level.
Head straight for the Knight watching out for the wizrobes.
Kill the knight and grab the chest. It will contain your 3rd 
Ship Part. Back track and head back to the yellow light.
Once you warped through the yellow light all the Dungeon
will reset so you can go do all this again. Once you get the
path memorized it takes about 3 minuits to do all this. 

Good luck.

 - JKSlider

   (The following tip provided by: Andrew Wilson)

I was bored last night and decided to make a video of
JKSlider's fabulous advice. I find it a bit difficult
to look back and forth from the DS to text and always
lose my place, so this is for the more visual people
like me. Also those who don't speak English well. 

 - Andrew Wilson

 10 - Check the Shops

One thing that this guide doesn't hit on (it is mentioned
once in the introduction) and that is to periodically
check the shops.  A lot of times they will have one or two
ship parts for sale.

Shops are located on:

Mercay Island - The building that resembles a teepee.

Molida Island - The building that resembles a teepee.

Goron Island - The building that resembles a teepee.

Beedle's Ship - Beedle's ship will appear on all four of
                the sea charts.  If he hasn't appeared on
                the map you are currently on, just wait a
                bit to see if he'll show up or go look for
                him in a different part of the ocean.

Masked Beedle - There is a trick to making Masked Beedle
                appear.  See Tip 12 for the secret!

                The appearance of this ship is very rare,
                but so are the items he sales.  If you see
                Beedle's icon on the map and he has a mask
                on, stop your ship and set a path straight
                for Masked Beedle. Don't miss the
                opportunity because it may be the only one
                you get. I saw him the first time I played 
                the game and now, in my second run through,
                all I have left is to defeat the last boss
                and I still haven't seen the Masked Beedle.

   (The following tip provided by: saudzarouni)

I noticed that after becoming a VIP with Beedle, he sells
the golden ship parts also at the 40% discounted price.

 - saudzarouni

   (The following tip provided by: Zelda master8)

I know of a way not listed in your guide to get ship parts.

1.Save outside mercay island.
2.turn ds off
3.remove game
4.change internal date
5.put in game and go to beedle.

This will swap out Beedles parts for new ones and replace
ones you bought.

 - Zelda master8

 11 - Help with Gold Ship Parts

   (The following tip provided by: Ctrl_Alt_Destroy)

I have gotten really good at the archery game lately, and I
have gotten a little easter egg as a result for playing it
so much. Romanos (The archery range guy) will rarely hand
out golden ship parts as a result of getting above 1700
points. So far I have 2 gem anchors, 2 golden hulls, a
golden handrail, and a golden wheel just from winning the
game. Igot the golden chimney from Fuzo for getting 4 big
plays online. Just thought this would be helpful for
players hoping to get gold ship parts.

 - Ctrl_Alt_Destroy

 12 - The secret to Masked Beedle!

   (The following tip provided by: HyperSiIence)

To reach Masked Beedle's ship, you must be playing the
game between 10:00PM and 12:00AM (midnight) on a weekday
or between 10:00AM and 12:00PM (noon) on a weekend,
according to your DS's internal date and time. Masked
Beedle sells more valuable things than regular Beedle,
including a heart container and gold ship parts.

 - HyperSiIence

   (The following tip provided by: Zelda master8)

And another way to make masked beedle appear

to make the "Masked Ship" (Beelde we all know its you in a mask)
change the internal date to a weekday
go to the game save, turn off,
change date to the next day to make the masked ship appear!
(do not remove the game during this process)

 - Zelda master8

   (The folowing tip provided by: f25274/awesomeguy888)

First Stay at Mercay island near the harbor(Linebeck)
Set the clock up to Masked Ship time
Watch the calender and set up the right time
weekdays 10P.M.~before morning
weekends 10A.M.~before afternoon

This will help because usually he pops up right next to
Mercay island and he usually sells the golden ship parts.
If he doesn't have what you need then turn off your DS and
put your DS time one day before that day (Don't forget the
Masked time).

He says he'll be closing in 7or 6 or 5 or 4 or 3 or 2 or
this is the last day. Ignore it and repeat it.
Remember that you can't go back one day at all!
 - f25274/awesomeguy888

 13 - Temple of the Ocean King, Tip 3

   (The following tip provided by: Mystery_Cooper)

Defeat all the Phantoms on the the 13 floor and re-enter 
the room before the first fight with Bellum. Upon entering,
2 chests appear. As far as I can tell, they only contain
Ship Parts, and they seem rarer than the ones I've gotten
from Floor 7 - 9, as I haven't gotten Golden parts from
Floor 7 - 9.
I've done this several times, so I'm pretty sure there's
an unlimited amount of chests there. You can start from
the first floor or the sixth. As long as you make it to
Floor 13, and take the Blue Portal back to the top of the
temple, you shouldn't have any trouble spawning the chests
at the end.

 - Mystery_Cooper

 14 - Temple of the Ocean King, Tip 4

    (The following tip provided by: Ezlo Minish)

I recently discovered that you get stamina bonuses for the
ship not only for lots of parts from one set, but from
different sets.  I currently have 4 parts of the "bright"
set and got 5 hearts. yay. I then added my newly discovered
drill prow, chain handrail, and iron hull (iron set) and 
the guy told me I had thought of a good combo and I now 
had 6 hearts. I go out to sea and I do!
Basically, using 4 parts from one set and 3 from another,
it counts as 6 or 7 of one set. I don't know if 4 from 
one set and 4 from another gets 7 hearts, as I only have
a stone chimney and can't check... (someone else might 
be able to though.)

 - Ezlo Minish


 15 - Temple of the Ocean King, Tip 5  (SPOILERS)

    (The following tip provided by: Michael D.)


you should probably either be up to or have beaten the 
possessed pirate.

Enter Mercay island temple. Do not step into the yellow 
beacon. Run down the whole temple as fast as you can and 
just kill EVERYTHING on the way down.

Downing all the phantoms in one room will earn you a ship
part.  All the eyes will earn you a ship part.  And
defeating ALL the monsters in the temple on one run 
through on every level will earn you two ship parts after
you enter the final set of doors on B13.

The doors that are guarded by 3 normal phantoms, then 3 
rapid phantoms, then 3 teleporting phantoms.

That's about it... the run takes about 20 minutes and 
also you only need about 10 minutes of your sand of hours
to do it. Thats my best anyway.


 - Michael D.

 16 - Borrowed from Rupeeman and FierceMaster

    (The following tip provided by: Genius_Design69)

The one thing I don't think you've put in your guide is
that if you complete the whole temple with 25 minutes
left on your hourglass, when you enter the final dor on
B13, you get 2 chests that are GUARANTEED to hold Golden
ship parts!!
That tip is not my own, it's from an FAQ on that exact
subject (Ocean Temple Clear Speed FAQ) by Rupeeman and
FierceMaster. I've not managed to do it yet but they say
it's true. Their FAQ is actually on the same Gamespot
page as yours: 


 - Genius_Design69

  17 - Deja vu, all over again.

    (The following tip provided by: TheomanZero)

I found that whenever I saved before salvaging a ship part
from a treasure chart and tried it over and over to get
something I didn't have, I noticed that I always got the
same type of ship part (wheel, bridge, chimney, etc.) no
matter how many times I tried, though the set varied.

So if you're trying to get a certain ship part, if you
save before salvaging from a treasure chart and it turns
out to be of the type you need, keep trying, but if it's
a type that you already have in all of the sets, don't
bother.  I haven't noticed this happening for anything
else (chests, in the mail, etc.). 

 - TheomanZero

    (The following tip provided by: Ray Kremer)

While taking advantage of the "Save before you get it" tip,
I noticed something unique about the ship parts coming
from sunken chests marked by treasure maps. It would
always be the same type of part. I.e., if I saved and
pulled up a chest and it was a wheel, then reset and
pulled it up again, it would still be a wheel, maybe a
different kind of wheel but always a wheel.

This really boosts the odds of getting a particular ship
part that you need via the "save and reset" grinding

 - Ray Kremer

  18 - Tips from Italy

    (The following tip provided by: Vinter Varg)

I noticed that the best very best way to get ship parts is
playing the archer game.  If you practice a lot then you
will be able to get 2000 points every time and you will 
receive every time a ship part, and VERY OFTEN A GOLD PART.

It's the best way because you don't have to shut down your
DS for changing internal clock, so you don't waste time
(each archer game will take you 70 seconds and a ship
part) and you don't have to waste money buying gold parts
from masked ship, you will get many of them for 20 rupees

With this tip I have obtained ALL GOLD PARTS in one day
and I miss 3 ship parts to have it all.
Thank you for your useful guide!
 - Vinter Varg



This listing is classified by the Hull part since the Hull
embodies the ship's theme.  This list is grouped by each
ship's theme set so that you can know exactly which parts
belong to the set and customize your ship accordingly.


Set Ship's Theme
1 - Standard - (Linebeck's ship)

  - Passable Prow
  - Normal Anchor
  - Standard Hull
  - Eddo's Cannon
  - Simple Handrail
  - Steady Bridge
  - Normal Chimey
  - Normal Wheel


Set Ship's Theme

2 - Bright

  - Bell Prow
  - Bell Anchor
  - Bright Hull
  - Artisctic Cannon
  - Arch Handrail
  - Restful Cabin
  - Elegant Chimney
  - Paddling Wheel


Set Ship's Theme

3 - Iron

  - Drill Prow
  - Iron Anchor
  - Iron Hull
  - Strong Cannon
  - Chain Handrail
  - Conning Tower
  - Parasol Chimney
  - Battle Wheel


Set Ship's Theme

4 - Stone

  - Mermaid Prow
  - Ancient Anchor
  - Stone Hull
  - Ancient Cannon
  - Pillar Handrail
  - Peaceful Bridge
  - Stone Chimney
  - Stone Wheel


Set Ship's Theme

5 - Vintage

  - Log Prow
  - Swim Ring
  - Vintage Hull
  - Meager Cannon
  - Worn Handrail
  - Barrel Shack
  - Strange Chimney
  - Simple Wheel


Set Ship's Theme

6 - Demon Ship

  - Demon Prow
  - Sickle Anchor
  - Demon Ship
  - Fear Cannon
  - Spiked Handrail
  - Demon Prison
  - Demon Chimney
  - Insect Wheel


Set Ship's Theme

7 - Tropical

  - Tropical Prow
  - Shell Anchor
  - Tropical Ship
  - Seapony Cannon
  - Wood Handrail
  - Shell Apartment
  - Horn Chimney
  - Shell Paddle


Set Ship's Theme

8 - Dignified

  - Tourist Prow
  - Weighty Anchor
  - Dignified Ship
  - Red Cannon
  - Utility Handrail
  - Practical Bridge
  - Tall Chimney
  - Red Wheel


Set Ship's Theme

9 - Golden

  - Golden Prow
  - Gem Anchor
  - Golden hull
  - Golden Cannon
  - Golden Handrail
  - Golden Bridge
  - Golden Chimney
  - Golden Wheel


The following eight lists name each ship piece by its
specfic part.  These lists serve more so as a check list.




Set      Part               Description/Sales for

1 - Passable Prow - As average prow that came equipped on
                    the S.S. Linebeck.  No sale value.

2 - Bell Prow - The bell doesn't chime, but it gives the 
                prow a nice look.  Sale price varies.

3 - Drill Prow - Broken, and nobody in the world has the 
                 parts to fix it.  Sale price varies.

4 - Mermaid Prow - The design was based on eyewitness 
                   accounts!  Sale price varies.

5 - Log Prow - Made with waterproof lumber, so it's 
               surprisingly valuable.  Sale price varies.

6 - Demon Prow - A prow adorned with a scowling demon.
                 Very ... intense.  Sale price varies.

7 - Tropical Prow - A prow made with swaying palm trees in
                    mind.  No coconuts. Sale price varies.

8 - Tourist Prow - A prow made for those looking for the
                   romance of the sea!  Sale price varies.

9 - Golden Prow - An extravagant prow that uses an 
                  expensive golden pot.  Sales for 1500




Set      Part               Description/Sales for

1 - Normal Anchor - The S.S. Linebeck came equipped with
                    this average anchor.  No sale value.

2 - Bell Anchor - A modern, bell-shaped anchor.
                  Ironically, it doesn't ring.  Sale price

3 - Iron Anchor - An iron-spiked anchor that can secure a
                  ship in any storm.  Sale price varies.

4 - Ancient Anchor - An anchor shaped from the mold of an
                     ancient statue.  Sale price varies.

5 - Swim Ring - It is what it is ... No one knows if it
                works as an anchor.  Sale price varies.

6 - Sickle Anchor - An anchor made in the image of an evil 
                    sickle.  Scary!  Sale price varies.

7 - Shell Anchor - An anchor made from a shell.  Girls go 
                   wild for it!  Sale price varies.

8 - Weighty Anchor - A three-pronged anchor.  No frills,
                     but it gets the job done.  Sale price

9 - Gem Anchor - An anchor patterned after a gem.  A sure 
                 hit with celebrities.  Sale price varies.




Set      Part               Description/Sales for

1 - Standard Hull - The original hull of the S.S. Linbeck.
                    Nothing special.  No sale value.

2 - Bright Hull - A modified hull from a standard ship 
                  with a fancy yellow spot.  Sale price 

3 - Iron Hull - Looks strong and heavy.  Too bad it's
                neither.  Sale price varies.

4 - Stone Hull - A hull that looks like an ancient
                 stronghold.  The deck is so green!  Sale
                 price varies.

5 - Vintage Hull - A worn, rugged hull with a manly, burly
                   style of it's own.  Sale price varies.

6 - Demon Ship - A scary ship said to ferry the foulest of
                 evils.  Sale price varies.

7 - Tropical Ship - A themed ship with the appeal of a
                    private tropical oasis.  Sale price

8 - Dignified Ship - A hull with a very serious red and
                     black paint scheme.  Sale price

9 - Golden Hull - A hull that delivers an experience in
                  pure extravagance.  Sale price 1500




Set      Part               Description/Sales for

1 - Eddo's Cannon - A cannon bought from Eddo for the high
                    price of 50 Rupees.  No sale value.

2 - Artistic Cannon - A cannon with truly avant-garde
                      design.  Catches the eye!  Sale
                      price varies.

3 - Strong Cannon - Very functional, but it's not very
                     different from other cannons.  Sale 
                     price varies.

4 - Ancient Cannon - A cannon  surounded with the glory of
                     an ancient age.  Sale price varies.

5 - Meager Cannon - Looks like it could break easily, but
                    it's sturdier than it appears.  Sale
                    price varies.

6 - Fear Cannon - Some suspect that it can fire
                  cannonballs of pure malice.  Sale price

7 - Seapony Cannon - A seahorse-shapped cannon.  Very
                     fairytale-like, but it's powerful.
                     Sale price varies.

8 - Red Cannon - Looks complex, but it's easy to use.  The
                 professinal standard.  Sale price varies.

9 - Golden Cannon - The perfectly designed cannon.  Truly 
                    the gold standard.  Sales for 1500




Set      Part               Description/Sales for

1 - Simple Handrail - The handrail that came stock on
                      Linebeck's ship.  No sale value.

2 - Arch Handrail - It draws attention for its playful and
                    ornate design.  Sale price varies.

3 - Chain Handrail - A handrail forged with hefty chains
                     so it won't break easily.  Sale price

4 - Pillar Handrail - Made from pillars of exotic ruins.
                      It was recently recovered.  Sale
                      price varies.

5 - Worn Handrail - In dire need of repair, but its design
                    adds a lot of flavor.  Sale price

6 - Spiked Handrail - A handrail made of sharp thorns.
                      Actually not a handrail at all.
                      Sale price varies.

7 - Wood Handrail - A very basic handrail.  Sometimes the
                    basics are best!  Sale price varies.

8 - Utility Handrail - A handrail that works even in
                       violently churning seas.  Sale
                       price varies.

9 - Golden Handrail - Note the elegant curve and design.
                      A true masterpiece!  Sales for 1500




Set      Part               Description/Sales for

1 - Steady Bridge - The original bridge of Linebeck's
                    ship.  It's a common style.  No sale

2 - Restful Cabin - Soothing design offers an escape from
                    the stress of battle.  Sale price

3 - Conning Tower - A bridge designed for those engaged in
                    battle day after day.  Sale price

4 - Peaceful Bridge - With its temple like serentiy, it 
                      offers peace and comfort.  Sale
                      price varies.

5 - Barrel Shack - A modest design for the enviromentally
                   conscious!  Sale price varies.

6 - Demon Prison - A prison designed to cage the foulest 
                   villians!  Sale price varies.

7 - Shell Apartment - Top creature comforts combined with
                      the smell of ocean air.  Sale price

8 - Practical Bridge - Created for those who live their 
                       years on the high seas.  Sale price

9 - Golden Bridge - A bridge for royalty.  The interior is 
                    also gold and the bed is super-fluffy.
                    Sales for 1500 Rupees.




Set      Part               Description/Sales for

1 - Normal Chimney - The normal chimney that came with
                     Linebeck's ship.  No sale value.

2 - Elegant Chimney - A simple shape, but something about
                      it is so enticing.  Sale price

3 - Parasol Chimney - A chimney made of iron.  Caustion:
                      gets very hot when used!  Sale price

4 - Stone Chimney - A chimeny once used by a bread baker.
                    Smells fresh-backed!  Sale price

5 - Strange Chimney - Looks a little like garbage, but
                      that's its main appeal.  Sale price 

6 - Demon Chimney - This chimney is said to have been 
                    attached to a pot used for boiling
                    lava!  Sale for 800 Rupees.

7 - Horn Chimney - An artistic chimney filled with rustic
                   charm.  Sale price varies.

8 - Tall Chimney - Towering over the horizon, all chimneys
                   aspire to its glory.  Sale price

9 - Golden Chimney - A simple chimney, but its surfaces
                     gleam mysteriously.  Sales for 1500




Set      Part               Description/Sales for

1 - Normal Wheel - The paddle that came stock on
                   Lineback's ship.  It ... works! No sale

2 - Paddling Wheel - A wheel with bent paddles.  It steams
                     your ship along!  Sale price varies.

3 - Battle Wheel - A wheel rumored to have been made from a
                  battleship screw.  Sale price varies.

4 - Stone Wheel - Legend says it was made from a giant's
                  table, but no one knows for sure.  Sale 
                  price varies.

5 - Simple Wheel - The number of paddles was cut to four
                   to simplify it.  Sale price varies.

6 - Insect Wheel - A wheel made from the hollow shell of a
                   red insect.  Ewww!  Sale price varies.

7 - Shell Paddle - Aesthetic design made from an ancient
                   spiral shell.  Sale price varies.

8 - Red Wheel - A wheel with nothing special.  That is
               what draws many to it.  Sale price varies.

9 - Golden Wheel - The skilled craftsman's love can be
                   seen in the details.  Sales for 1500



"X" never, ever marks the spot." - Indiana Jones


Doctor Jones was wrong, the following list details the
Treasure Maps that lead to ship parts. 

When using the Salvage Arm, try not to get in a rush.  If
you go slow, you have a better reaction time.  There will
be times when you will have to speed up to pass a moving
mine, but if you initially go slow, that buys you the time
you need to pass the mine at the right speed.

Also, if your Salvage Arm takes damage, return to the
Shipyard on Mercay Island and have it repaired.  If you
let it get completely destroyed, it is far more expensive
to replace than to repair it.  Destroyed Salvage Arms can
be replaced by Eddo on Cannon Island.

Located                   Details

Cannon Island            In a chest near the bees before 
                         the bomb garden.

Isle of Ember            Astrid's basement.

Zauz's Island            Use the stones to make X mark the

Isle of Gust             Defeat all of the Miniblin to 
                         make the chest appear.

Isle of Gust             Chest in the bottom right of the
                         Sandworm desert area.

Mercay Island            In front of the tree by Oshus's

Mercay Island            Obtain from Freedle

Molida Island            Get from little girl in red by
                         the pier.

Goron Island             Obtained after defeating all of
                         the yellow chuchus.

Goron Temple             In a chest on the 1st floor.

Goron Island             Use a bombchu to hit the orb in
                         the maze.

Isle of Frost            Use the pegs to reach and then
                         dig on a small island.

Harrow Island            Play Treasure Game.

Harrow Island            Play Treasure Game.

Harrow Island            Play Treasure Game.

Harrow Island            Play Treasure Game.

Molida Island            Use the grappling hook to reach
                         a small island with a tree, dig
                         in front of the tree.

Bannan Island            Dig to the left of the sign in
                         front of the Wayfarer's house.

Bannan Island            Between two chest north of the
                         bomb game.

Traverl's Ship           North East portion of the 
                         overworld map.

Maze Island              Complete the maze on Normal

Isle of the Dead         Bomb the wall by the exit in the

Isle of the Dead         Use the underground path to get
                         to the ledge.

Temple of the            Floor B10, use the hammer on the
Ocean King               switch.

Temple of the            Floor B12, hit the orb.
Ocean King   




The following list details the letters Link recieves that
contain ship parts.

From            Sent after...

Old Wayfarer    Link first visits the Old Wayfarer on
                Bannan Island.

Romanos         Link completes the Temple of Courage.

Joanne          Link delivers Jolene's letter to Joanne.

Linebeck        your visit to Zauz & you both learn about
                the Phantom Sword.




The following lists names the locations of the chest that
contain ship parts. These chest are found in the overworld
areas (a cave, a building, a cliff).

Located                   Details

Mercay Island            Enter the shipyard (the building
                         near the pier) and simply open
                         the chest.

Mercay Island            See the Tag Mode section of this
                         guide for step by step directions
                         to this chest.

Isle of the Dead         In the first cave near the pier,
                         bomb the wall (rupoor room).


Temple of the Ocean King

The following chests are found in the Temple of the Ocean
King.   The good thing about these chests is that every
time you leave the temple, then re-enter, the chests are
reset, meaning that you can go in and out an unlimited
amount of times to get ship parts! See the Tips section of
this guide for more detailed explanations of obtaining the
easier to get chests. 

Floor                     Details

B7             Defeat the three Phantoms on this floor to
               reveal the chest in the top right corner.
               You must pass through B8 to reach the
               chest, requires the Phantom Sword.

B8             Defeat the three Phantoms, chest appears
               on the right side of the room, kinda in the
               middle, requires the Phantom Sword.

B9             Defeat the Red Phantom to make the chest
               appear in the bottom left of the room, use
               the Phantom Sword or the trap door.

B12            After placing the force gem in its slot,
               destroy the Wizzrobe that appears to reveal
               the chest on the far left of the room.

Stairway       Defeat the Phantoms on B13 to open the way
to Bellum      to the Stairway to Bellum.  Step into the
               blue light, returning to the Temple's
               entrence.  Exit the Temple and reset the
               Phantoms within, then return to B13. 
               Defeat all nine of the Phantoms again to
               make two ship part chests appear in the
               Stairway to Bellum.





You have heard about Tag Mode but you aren't quite sure
how to do it, that is what this section of the guide is
for.  Why is it in this guide?  Well, Tag Mode is one of
the ways of obtaining Ship Parts!  (You can trade
treasures too, but this guide is about ship parts).

So how exactly do you go about using Tag Mode?  Well,
don't bother trying until you have the bow and arrows.
Once you have them, then . . .

Go to Mercay Island.  Go to the screen with the Temple of
the Ocean King.  Before you walk up the steps leading to
the temple, to the right is a place  on the cliff face to
lay a bomb, do so.  You can enter this cave as soon as you
get the bombs, it leads to a treasure chest containing a
power gem, nice.  But once you have the bow and arrows,
shoot the eye that is mounted on the wall near the chest.
A bridge will appear. Cross the bridge and exit the cave
(fight the merman if you want, or just run past him).

Out side of the cave, you will see another eye to your
left.  Walk up the steps, then turn and shoot the eye to
make the stone head rise.  Follow the path to the right
without jumping down, then head south to the next screen.
Grab the two chests, (one a large green rupee, the other a
ship part!) then return to the stone tablet near the cave.

The stone says, "A cliffside not so far from here has a
hidden weak spot ...  Shine a beam parallel with a line
between the temple and Mercay Tavern ..."

So press the B button and draw a line from the tavern to
the temple ("from the tavern to the temple," sounds like
the title of an old church hymn).  Now go to the face
statue and make the beam parallel with the line you drew
on your map.

See where the beam crosses over the dark brown part of the
map?  There's your weak spot.  Go lay a bomb there.  Pass
through the cave and you will come out on that island in
the north east corner that you have been wondering how to
get to.

Now go up and talk to the weirdo playing the guitar and
she will explain everything.  You can now use Tag Mode to
trade with people locally or on line and get ship parts
(and treasures too)!


Ok, now on to the meat and potatoes on Tag/Battle Mode.
Since I don't have anyone to connect with nor can I go
WiFi, Buttercup was good enough to write the following 

"Here is my take on tag/battle mode:
You can either play via wifi with someone you don’t know
or you can play with someone nearby, like a friend in the
room. Which I think is more fun ‘cause you can talk to 
the person or put high stakes on the game (like a fruit 
roll up or the last cookie). Your character gets a rating 
that shows your opponent how much experience you have 
under your belt. You start at rank H and make your way up 
to rank A. I haven’t played with people I don’t know thru 
wifi, but I hear your rank will determine who you play 
against. (sorta like halo on xbox live). Also, if you’re 
the type to shut off your DS during gameplay (poor sport)
 the expression on Link’s face will darken into a grimace 
to warn your opponent.

"There are 8 different “rooms” to play in or you have the 
option to choose randomly. The smaller rooms are more or 
less for quick and fierce games while the larger rooms 
require a bit more strategy and leave room for fighting 

"The object of these battles is to get more points than 
your opponent. The idea is simmilar to room B3 in the 
temple of the ocean king. One person plays as Link and 
the other plays as Phantoms. There is a red base and a 
blue base. Triforce shards are placed in “safe zones”. 
Big triforces are worth more points than small ones. 
Although, they are heavier so you walk slowly. Then after
each round you switch roles. Same phantom sight rules 
apply- you can’t see link while he’s in “safe zones”.
Throughout the map there are power-ups that do things 
from making you faster to scattering ALL triforce gems 
(even the ones that have been put into red/blue bases) 
randomly over the map.

"There are “Big Plays” you can score. Big plays are 
similar to the bonuses you get after a brawl for extra 
points in the game “Super Smash Bros: Melee” (for GC). 
You earn a title according to certain feats you 
accomplish. After every 4 different Big Plays you 
achieve- you can sail to Cannon Island in “adventure mode”
and have the option to purchase Golden Ship Parts. There
are 16 different big plays.

"To trade items to another player (such as ship parts I
may have 2 of and a friend has none), or items the other
person can sell for rupees. “Sorry about totally pwning
you- here’s some Goron amber with a bug in it. You can 
hock this for 800 rupees.” You must have both already 
gotten the bombs and bow in adventure mode first. Then 
go talk to Freedle- found on Mercay Island, he will 
explain how to trade."

A huge thanks goes out to Buttercup for explaining all of




12-05-07 - v1.6 - 

 - Additional tips provided by:

   hithere, f25274/awesomeguy888, Rev. Link, saudzarouni,
   Zelda master8, truXor

10-30-07 - v1.5 -

 - Additional tips provided by:

   Ezlo Minish, Michael D.

 - Granted hosting requests by:

   Twilight-Princess -  (http://www.twilight-princess.org)

10-24-07 - v1.4 -

 - Some parts names corrections - Jeremy
 - Additional tips provided by: 

   Zeckiri, Mystery_Cooper, Buttercup

10-18-07 - v1.3 -

 - Additional tips provided by:

   Ctrl_Alt_Destroy, HyperSiIence, ChaoticFlux748

 - Granted hosting requests by:

   Super Cheats - (http://www.supercheats.com)

10-17-07 - v1.2 -

 - Made general touch ups to the guide to make it easier
   to read
 - Added the section for Tag Mode
 - Added the Treasure Chests section
 - Additional tip provided by:


10-14-07 - v1.1 -

 - Added Treasure Map locations and Letters
 - Added Tips
 - Additional tips provided by:

   ChaoticFlux748, skinnyguy1234, chibi-acer, JKSlider

10-07-07 - v1.0 -

 - Began guide.
 - Added basic information.




Any fool can write a guide, but what really gives a guide
its credibility is how useful and resourceful it is.  This
is rarely accomplished by anyone on their own but in stead
by those willing enough to speak up and offer suggestions,
corrections, additional information, spelling corrections,
constructive criticism, insults, and occasionally, death
threats followed up by necrophiliac acts.

Taking all of that into consideration, this is the part of
the guide where I take a moment to say thanks and give
credit to those who may have contributed in any of the
manners listed above, especially the last one.

I've put together a handful of guides here at GameFAQs and
one thing I always try to include is a section for tips.
In my experience, it is the tips section that most people 
benefit from and respond to the most.  It is also a way
for contributors to voice their advice in a stable 
location as opposed to a post in a thread that gets lost
due to the abundance help topics and people trying to find
others to trade with on the boards.

The basic form of the guide is more of a reference tool, it
is the tips section that makes the guide more a practical
tool, more than just a book that collects dust on a shelf.
I provided the meat of the guide, but it is you guys that 
added the gravy!

CjayC - 

 - Without you none of this would exist in its current

Myself -

 - For going against my gut feeling and getting this game
   anyway.  I've enjoyed it far more than I had expected.

ChaoticFlux748 - 

 - Thanks for the tip! Anything to make getting ship parts
   easier!  Also, thanks for pointing out the 8th heart
   for having all 8 gold ship parts equipped, I hadn't
   noticed it.

skinnyguy1234 -

 - Thanks for that reminder!  In reminding me of the
   archery game, you reminded me of the bomb game too! So
   that's like credit for two tips!

chibi-acer -

 - Someone said that tip was old news, but I wasn't aware
   of it, thanks for mentioning it!  I've been using it
   since you posted about it.

GexetGuy -

 - You and chibi-acer offered the same tip, but you gave
   a bit more information - very handy information!

JKSlider -

 - Once you get the method down, that is quite a fast way
   get parts.  Good tip!

Ctrl_Alt_Destroy -

 - Thanks for the tip about occassional gold parts from
   Romanos.  I'm still having trouble with the archery
   range, I'm glad guys like you (better than me) are able
   to find out this kind of stuff.

Zeckiris -

 - Thanks for the specifics about the high score when
   sparring with the weirdo in green.  you made this guide
   one step closer to accuracy.

HyperSiIence - 

 - Thanks for that tip!  I thought Masked Beedle appeared
   just at random.

Mystery_Cooper -

 - Thank you for your contribution. Since the gold parts
   are the most valuable, it is the tips that lead users
   to the gold parts that are equally valuable.

Buttercup -

 - You (and your husband too!) are a life saver!  You've
   added something to this guide I would never be able
   to give it.  Thank you so much for taking the time to
   write your contribution.

Ezlo Minish -

 - Thanks for sharing about mixing ship parts.  That is
   something an anal retentive person like myself wouldn't
   have even tried, but it sure is handy to know.

Pink Floyd -

 - You guys kept me "comfortably numb" with your tunes
   while I put together this guide.

Rachael Leigh Cook -

 - For being on my screensaver and showing up everytime I
   had to take my hands off the keyboard to confirm
   information on my copy of Phantom Hourglass, and for
   being so damn pretty!

hithere -

 - Thanks for that info about the rythm of the sword swings.
   That makes getting to 200 hits much easier!

f25274/awesomeguy888 -

 - More Masked Beedle info! You helped us all to manipulate
   the game to our benefit.

Rev. Link -

 - A Post Card shortcut!  That's way better than FedEx!

saudzarouni -

 - Gold parts for cheap! You have proven that becoming a
   VIP is worth it.

Zelda master8 -

- More game manipulation for our own benefit!

truXor -

 - Very clever trick you have there.  Not to mention the
   amount of time you save when doing it.

Emblem - 

 - Much needed Ship part cobination corrections.

Magic Umbreon -

 - Ship part combination tip

Genius_Design69 -

 - Tip 16, corrections for another tip

TheomanZero and Ray Kremer -

 - You both submitted the info which became Tip 17. Great
   minds think alike!

Vinter Varg -

 - For Tip 18, and your English was right on!

David Barnard -

 - For specifics on the archery game.

Andrew Wilson -

 - You Sir, made a youtube video for Tip 9, a visual guide
   You make me feel like a slacker.

avilance and feitclub -

 - You both provided your own info for Ship part
   combinations.  Excellent tip, Sir. *Wink*

The following people all helped to confirm that Ship part
pricing is completely random and varies from game to game:

  LoZ_Guy, mvgreen54, Zoklar, laura navarro
  Sarah Butler, Karl, feitclub, oraclelink

Chrissy and Michael -

 - You both know who you are. You may not have provided
   information for the guide, but your encouraging emails
   were every bit as good!  Thank you guys!

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