Shipping company DFDS decided to do something a little more extreme than a simple office party for its 150th anniversary. The company built the world's biggest boat. At least, the world's biggest boat made of Legos.
In the video , you can see a timelapse of the construction of the boat, and some shots from the unveiling:
The blocky vessel, which DFDS has christened the Jubilee Seaways, is officially the largest supported Lego ship ever built. The boat took more than 900 person-hours to build and involved some 7,000 people from 20 different countries.
Jubilee Seaways measures about 40 feet long, 9 feet high, and weighs over three tons, including the half-ton steel frame. In total, more than a million bricks went into the ship.
Jubilee Seaways will spend the next several weeks touring around Europe, starting with the North Sea Tall Ships Regatta in Gothenburg, Sweden, and ending with an exhibition in London and Dover, England. For more information on the ship's location, check out the .