This connecting chest piece.
An amazing seascape design that spreads from pec to shoulder. (Photo: Leigh Harris)
This softly-drawn ship tattoo.
This scarlet background.
Varying hues of red make up these mysterious watercolor clouds. (Photo: Aly Mayne)
This gorgeous nautical chest piece.
The focal point of this piece is obviously the lighthouse but the rest of the piece illustrates the different moods of the ocean. On one side we have a ship in stormy seas and on the other a clear and sunny day with birds flying freely. (Photo: Ramiro Blanco Gamboa)
This nautical half sleeve.
Here we have an incredible nautical chart compete with a number of different compasses. A large Spanish galleon with endless cannons can be seen at anchor.(Photo: Fido)
This artistic creation.
An abstract sketch-style ship done in black ink also doubles as an anchor. Notice the two prongs at the bottom and the eye at the top of the mast. (Photo: Kamil Mokot)
This terrific thigh tat.
Old wooden ships have become a popular design due to their complex rigging, which when done right, makes for an impressive display of detail. (Photo: Jumilla Olivares)
This ship in a bottle.
Thanks Felipe for taking the whole “Ship in a bottle,” thing to the next level. (Photo: Felipe Rodrigues Fe Rod)
This delightful thigh work.
Another brilliant nautical-themed thigh piece featuring a ship at sea inside a large wooden helm. (Photo: Unknown)
This burnt sunset.
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