Review: LEGO Animal Crossing – Kapp’n’s Island Boat Tour – Is It Any Good?

What’s in the box?

Inside the Kapp’n’s Island Boat Tour box, you will find three plastic bags containing Kapp’n’s boat hull, instructions, and other accessories. It’s worth noting that only Bunnie’s Outdoor Activities comes in Lego’s sustainable paper packaging in this initial batch of Animal Crossing offerings.

Kapp’n’s Island Boat Tour build

The building process starts with assembling the Kapp’n minifigure, followed by constructing his boat. The boat features intricate details like an outboard motor, a lantern, and a unique flask with a handle element. Kapp’n also comes with K.K. Slider sheet music for company during his voyages.

The second bag introduces Marshal and beachy terrain tiles. Marshal, like other minifigures in the set, boasts great detail but lacks movable legs. The beach tiles include elements like recliners, a fishing rod, and a palm tree, adding to the overall charm of the set.

Bag three includes a hill, a jetty for the boat, and a cute crab. The set is completed with a recipe under a coconut tree, offering a balanced composition for display or play.

Kapp’n’s Island Boat Tour cost

The Kapp’n’s Island Boat Tour set is priced at $29.99 / £24.99 / €29.99, placing it in the mid-range of available Lego Animal Crossing sets. With 233 pieces and two exclusive minifigures, it offers decent value at just under 13 cents per piece.

Overall, the set provides a nice mix of elements at an affordable price. The varied terrain and detailed accessories make it a worthwhile purchase, especially for fans of creative play and display pieces.


Kapp’n’s Boat Tour offers a fun building experience with great minifigs and intricate details that add charm to the set. While it may not fulfill every Animal Crossing fan’s expectations, its reconfigurable design and creative potential make it a solid addition to the Lego Animal Crossing collection. Consider adding this set to your collection if you appreciate the whimsical world of Kapp’n and enjoy rearranging terrain elements for different scenarios.