The Sea Yard is a craftable Structure exclusive to the Shipwrecked DLC. It is found in the Nautical Tab and requires 4 Logs, 6 Limestones and 6 Tar to craft. The Sea Yard can only be placed in the Ocean and can be used to repair damaged Boats at a rate of 0.5% per second.
To start the automatic repairing, the player has to get close to the structure in their boat, and also refuel the Sea Yard occasionally using Tar. The repairing will stop once the boat is back to full durability, if the player moves too far away from the structure, or if it runs out of fuel. The player must stay in the boat for the Sea Yard to keep repairing the boat, even if placed very close to an island. When fully repaired, the Seagull sitting on top of the Sea Yard will repeatedly make loud noises.
If several Sea Yards are placed close to each other, only one will be activated to repair the player's boat.
Tips[edit | edit source]
- Building a Ballphin Palace or Buoy right next to the Sea Yard provides a permanent light source at night, as well as a mean to recover sanity by befriending the Bottlenose Ballphin.
- While expensive, creating a road of Sea Yards can create a way to travel without using boat durability. Only do this if you can afford the massive expenses for long distances.
Trivia[edit | edit source]
- The Sea Yard was added to the Shipwrecked DLC more than a year after its official completion in the Home Sea Home update, after being tested in a beta branch for several months.
- If healed using the Sea Yard, the Sea Legs and Armored Boat are the most efficient boats for travelling, since they gain 57.6 wall units of travel distance per second spent healing.