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  • Bigcraft. Subcraft carried within a larger ship.

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Naval Ship Synopsis by Size-Role[edit]

These vary in tonnage and in their intended function or role in fleet maneuvers and tactics. The security of the state is usually the primary design imperative. [1]

Ship Classification by Size [2]
# Type Tonnage Class Commonality Remarks
1. Smallcraft (Subcraft) 0 to 99 tons Vehicle Ubiquitous Smallcraft are NAFAL or STL.
  • Smallcraft are typically designed to be carried by larger carrier craft. Such vehicles are called Subcraft.
  • This class represents Shuttles, Gigs, Fighters, etc.
2. Bigcraft (Subcraft) 100 tons or larger Vehicle or Ship Uncommon Bigcraft may be designed FTL or NAFAL.
  • Bigcraft are designed to be carried by larger carrier craft as Subcraft.
  • This class represents SDB's, Riders, and ship-sized subcraft.
3. Adventure Class Ships (ACS) 100 to 2,499 tons Ship or Vessel Common Adventure Class ships may be FTL or NAFAL.
  • They are typically designed FTL and service many lesser roles including customs, planetary defense, tramp freighters, etc.
  • This class represents Merchants, Escorts, etc.
4. Battle Class Ships (BCS) 2,500 to 249,999 tons Ship or Vessel Uncommon Battle Class ships may be FTL or NAFAL.
  • Such ships require major investment and only service major roles including megacorporate interstellar trade, warships of capital class, and major endeavors.
  • This class represents Cruisers, Bulk Traders, Battleships, etc.
5. Fleet Class Ships (FCS) 250,000 to 249,999,999 tons Ship or Vessel Rare Fleet Class ships may be FTL or NAFAL.
6. World Class Ships (WCS) 2,500,000 tons or larger Ship or Vessel Ultra-rare World Class ships may be FTL or NAFAL.

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  1. An unpublished factoid written by Ronald B. Kline, Jr.
  2. An unpublished factoid written by Maksim-Smelchak