The Ship Doors are iron or copper door designs. They’re available in the metal possible in that particular Minecraft version.
We designed the Ship Doors to provide a modern maritime design. Like default doors, this door don’t block light. Maybe there is a tiny gap under the door?
Iron in available in 1.14.x
Copper (from a Waxed Block of Copper) is available in 1.17.x.
|Catches fire from lava||No|
|Can opened by||Redstone|
|Can villager open||No|
First, you need to cut 2 iron panels with the diamond table saw. Next, you combine the iron panels and 1 clear glass in the crafting table to 2 Iron Ship Doors. The other door works the same way with copper.
Independent of the block state, the door cannot be opened by villagers.
The Ship Doors can only be placed on full solid blocks. Place those doors like you would place a default door in Minecraft.
More information to door placement: https://minecraft.fandom.com/wiki/Door#Placement
Opening and Redstone component
By default, the Ship Door can be opened by Redstone.
If the door is in the block state “Redstone only” or “both“, it can be opened by a Redstone signal. For example, by placing a Redstone block next to one of the door blocks and placing a Redstone torch beneath it.
The door can be opened by hand, if it is in the block state “hand only” or “both“. If a door is in the block state “nothing“, it cannot be opened. The settings can be changed with the ManyIdeas core item “Redstone key”.
More information to doors and Redstone: https://minecraft.fandom.com/wiki/Door#Redstone_component
|1.0.0||Added Iron Ship Door|
|1.2.0||Added Copper Ship Door|
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