To view a full list of building materials, click here.

  • CobblestoneGo to Cobblestone
  • Clay postGo to Clay post
  • Concrete PostGo to Concrete Post
  • Metal PostGo to Metal Post
  • Cobblestone PostGo to Cobblestone Post
  • Wooden CornerGo to Wooden Corner
  • Wooden TableGo to Wooden Table
  • Wooden WedgeGo to Wooden Wedge
  • Marble PostGo to Marble Post
  • Iron BeamGo to Iron Beam
  • TorchGo to Torch
  • Life preserverGo to Life preserver
  • TNTGo to TNT
  • BannerGo to Banner
  • Wood PostGo to Wood Post
  • Yellow ChestGo to Yellow Chest
  • Wood WindowGo to Wood Window
  • Wood HelmGo to Wood Helm
  • Gold ThroneGo to Gold Throne
  • Wood SeatGo to Wood Seat
  • ConcreteGo to Concrete
  • WoodGo to Wood
  • Corroded MetalGo to Corroded Metal
  • MetalGo to Metal
  • MarbleGo to Marble
  • CannonGo to Cannon
  • PumpkinGo to Pumpkin
  • Green PresentGo to Green Present
  • Blue PresentGo to Blue Present
  • Candy Cane PostGo to Candy Cane Post
  • Candy CaneGo to Candy Cane
  • Wood HatchGo to Wood Hatch
  • Mega ThrusterGo to Mega Thruster
  • Gray ThrusterGo to Gray Thruster
  • Blue ThrusterGo to Blue Thruster
  • Wood DoorGo to Door
  • Golden eggGo to Golden egg
  • Green/Cyan eggGo to Green/Cyan egg
  • Red eggGo to Red egg
  • Blue eggGo to Blue egg
  • Purple/Green eggGo to Purple/Green egg
  • Pink Clay
  • Star BalloonGo to Star Balloon
  • cakeGo to Cake
  • Harpoon
  • Metal Seat
  • Obsidian
  • Gold
  • Balloon
  • Fireworks
  • Bread
  • Button
  • Mystery Box
  • Foil
  • Go to ывфывцфвывцф
  • Sand
  • Grass
  • Green Chest
  • Yellow Chest
  • Blue Chest
  • Red Chest
  • Purple Chest
  • Lantern
  • Candle
  • Purple Candy
  • Yellow Candy
  • Blue Candy
  • Neon Block
  • Heart block
  • Magnet
Blocks (or Parts) are a major feature in Build A Boat For Treasure. Blocks are used in the game to construct boats. Blocks can be found by unlocking chests found in the Shop. All chests have random rewards.

This wiki separates blocks into seven categories:

  • Materials: These blocks are able to become Multiblock. An example is Wood.
  • Posts: These blocks are 0.5x1.5x0.5 size versions of Material blocks. An example is the Wood Post.
  • Decorations: These blocks serve as aesthetics on boats.
  • Ability Blocks: These blocks have a special ability, such as a Thruster or a Wheel.
  • Event Blocks: These are available for a limited time and/or open to reveal a block. An example are the 2018 Christmas Presents which opened to reveal Neon Blocks, Candy Cane Harpoons and Winter Jets.
  • Chest Blocks: These blocks have a small possibility of being given to the player when purchasing any type of chest.
  • Removed: These blocks have been removed and are no longer seen in game.
  • Note: With upcoming updates, new blocks may be added to BABFT. We might not add it to the wiki immediately as it will take us some time to find things to add.

Hit Points

Every block in the game has hit points. These determine how many times it can destroy obstacles before it is destroyed. The weakest material is Wood, and the strongest is Gold Block. An updated table comparing all the categories of blocks can be found here.

Material Wood Stone Rust Metal Concrete Marble Diamond Plate Obsidian Gold
Hit Points 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9
Post 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 ~ ~
Decorations Glue Glass Bread Fabric Plastic Grass Sand Ice Neon Steel I-Beam Brick Mystery
Hit Points 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 3 4 4 5 10


Many will find that the most common block is Concrete, while one of the rarest is Stone. Also, harpoons are the 2nd rarest. The rarity of a block can differ, depending on the chest you open.


  • Unanchored blocks placed inside the grass of the Building Space will be teleported up onto the water when launched. A way to avoid that is creating a line of blocks underground to the dirt walls on the side.
  • The Water is what blocks float on. The players fall under the water and walk on Sand but still touch the water causing them to take damage. The water is actually solid but becomes a transparent solid when the player contacts it.
  • The rotation of a block can affect its placement. This can be noticed when placing unanchored blocks and even more noticeable when repeatedly reloading and saving. This may cause boats to veer off to the side when using thrusters, even if its symmetrical.