Grab your binoculars and keep watch for trouble! Wait, a flare just went off out on the water, better check it out with the helicopter. There’s a stranded sailor hanging on the buoy, call out the coast guard ship to go get him. Oh no, there’s a shark and an octopus circling the buoy! Rescue the sailor before they get any closer! Take him to the ship for a check up before you head home!
Coast Guard Helicopter
Take flight in the Coast Guard Helicopter and search the sea for the stranded sailor! Find his broken down catamaran sailboat with a falling sail function before the great white shark does! Lower the diver down with the functioning winch and help the rescuer to lift the sailor out of the water with the life preserver. Spin the rotors to take off and return him to LEGO® City! Includes 4 minifigures with accessories: pilot, diver, rescuer and a sailor.
Arctic Supply Plane
Fly out important supplies to the explorers in the ice-cool LEGO® City Arctic Supply Plane! This aircraft features an opening dual cockpit with computer dashboard, 2 huge spinning propellers, an opening rear cargo compartment and skis for a smooth landing. On the ground, load the pallet containing the gas cylinder, oil drum and boxes onto the trailer and clip onto the powerful utility vehicle. Equipped with many lights, cool rubber tracks, a huge snow-moving shovel plus two small trunks for tools, this vehicle can cope with the harshest Arctic conditions to transport the cargo to base camp. Includes 3 minifigures: 2 explorers and a pilot.
Rocket Assembly & Transport
LEGO® City Space Agency needs you! Get the exploration rover ready in the rover lab, take it over to the rocket assembly crane and use the winch to load it into the model rocket’s payload compartment. Finish launch prep of the rocket and then transport it to the launch area with the crawler. Move the rocket launchpad on the crawler into position, then head to the launch control and prepare to blast off on another exciting trip to Mars! Pssst! Did you know that this playset is inspired by real-life NASA missions? Cool, right!