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Skull and Bones: How to Repair Your Ship

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Skull and Bones: Repair Your Ship

Keeping your ship to full health while sailing in the dangerous seas of East Africa and Southeast Asia in Skull and Bones is crucial because you never know which faction of enemy you run into or an unfriendly player. Losing your ship and fleet in a battle will lose all of your cargo which can be quite devastating. To prevent getting sunk by an enemy vessel and increase your chances of survival, you must learn how to repair your ship both before sailing and while on the water.

In this guide, we’ll tell you how to repair your ship in Skull and Bones.

How to Repair Your Ship in Skull and Bones

There are two different methods through which you can repair your ship in Skull and Bones. The first and easiest method to repair your ship is to do it before setting sail. Whenever you dock at a settlement, outpost, or island, before setting sail to your next endeavor, go to Embark to open the Ship Menu through which you can manage Cargo, manage the ship, and even change the ship. The same menu will show the ‘Repair’ option through which you will be able to repair your ship at a cost of Silver.

The cost of Silver will depend on the damaged state of your ship. If your ship is barely damaged then it will only cost a few Silver but if your ship is heavily damaged then it will cost more. Furthermore, if you look at the bottom left of the screen, you will also see the number of Repair Kits at your disposal. Even though the Repair Kits are not used while you are docked, they are crucial for repairing your ship while you are on the water.

This brings us to the second method for repairing your ship which requires Repair Kits. The Repair kits can either be obtained from various vendors as well as can be crafted at the Carpenter. Like most of the tools in the game, Repair Kits also have different levels, and having a higher level Repair Kit will repair the ship faster.

To repair the ship while you are on the water, open the action menu by pressing the X button (PC) and then navigate to Repair Kit to use it. Using the Repair Kit will instantly heal your ship but it adds a 60-second timer before you get to use another Repair kit. Learning this method in Skull and Bones is crucial because you will be spending a lot of time out in the sea and traversing to farther lands located in the far regions, and you will often run into enemies and other players.

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