How to get the Banjo-Kazooie Ship in Sea of Thieves

Learn how to get the Bear and Bird ship bundle in Sea of Thieves and celebrate Banjo-Kazooie.


Sea of Thieves’ latest update brings a ton of great little features to the game, giving players even more to work towards. One of the newest things to make an appearance in the Pirate Emporium is the Bear and Bird items, including a Bear and Bird Ship Bundle. If you’re planning on picking up this tribute to Banjo-Kazooie, then here’s everything you’ll need to know.

How to get the Banjo-Kazooie Ship in Sea of Thieves

The Banjo-Kazooie themed ship (known as the Bear and Bird ship) is a special cosmetic item that is only available in Sea of Thieves’ new Pirate Emporium. This new area offers tons of new cosmetic items and all kinds of deals on special items that you can’t get anywhere else.

How to get the Banjo-Kazooie Ship in Sea of Thieves

Not sure what the Pirate Emporium is or what it offers? Check out our handy guide for more details.

To pick up the Bear and Bird Ship Bundle you’re going to need to score yourself at least 2499 Ancient Coins. If you’re unsure how to get Ancient Coins, then you can check out our guide on how to get Ancient Coins, as well as our guide on how to find Ancient Skeletons. Both guides will help you out a lot as you try to save up the money you need to pick up this bundle.

Once you have all of the coins you need, head on over to the Pirate Emporium via the main menu or by visiting it at an outpost in-game. Once here, look for the Bear and Bird Ship Bundle in the store. This is the Banjo-Kazooie Ship, and you’ll want to purchase the bundle to add it to your collection. Once you have it purchased, head over to the Shipwright to equip it and start sailing the seas in true Banjo-Kazooie fashion. For more help, head back over to our Sea of Thieves guide and walkthrough.

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