Type A7 class Cruiser

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Type A7 class Cruiser
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TBD
Type: EE Cruiser
Agility {{{agility}}}
Also see Cruiser
Architect TBD
Blueprint No
Canon Yes. Published, canon starship design.
Cargo 278 Tons
Cost MCr465.408
Crew 16
Officers TBD
Enlisted TBD
EOS {{{EOS}}}
Era 1105
Hardpoints 10
Hull [[TBD Hull]]
Illustration No
IOC TBD
Jump J-3
Maneuver 3 G
Manufacturer Various
Marines TBD
Model Model/TBD
Origin Droyne Oytrip Yatroy
Passengers 24 High/Med 0 Low
QSP TBD
Reference TBD
Size 1,000 Tons
Size-cat ACS
Streamlining Unstreamlined Hull
Tech Level TL–13
USP TBD
Starships are designed with the Classic Traveller format, using High Guard.

The TBD class Attack Boat is a warship.

Description (Specifications)[edit]

Droyne craft are often difficult to categorize, and their mission types are often difficult to determine. This craft is clearly one of the military types, but it has played roles as a raider, light replenishment ship, as well as an escort.

The Droyne Cruiser is a military ship typically placed in service for a Droyne Oytrip. Droyne have a preference for small ships, so this is one of their largest designs.

The Droyne Cruiser is initially armed with ten single laser turrets in 5 batteries, but is equipped with stations for up to 10 gunners in case of rearming.

The majority of the Droyne cruiser's fuel is stored in its dorsal and ventral fins. As the ship is unstreamlined, the cutter is used for refueling operations.

Image Repository[edit]

No information yet available.

General Description & Deck Plans[edit]

Tonnage: 1,000 tons. 14,000m3
Crew: 16 Droyne.
Dimensions: 58.5L x 36W x 18H (80 w/Fins).
Acceleation: 3-G Constant.
Jump: 3.
Power Plant: 3. 30 EP. Agility -3.
Engineering: 2 Ayax fusion power plants driving 2 T.P.F. jump units and 2 Sarp loyrs manoeuvre drives.
Gravitics: Standard inertial compensators 0.75 G floor field, variable.
Electronics: Ssyukrurs Model/3 computer.
Range: Unlimited manoeuvre. One jump (330 tons fuel). 200 days standard supply consumption.
Armament: 10 single beam laser turrets in 5 batteries.
Screens: None.
Configuration:Dispersed structure. Unstreamlined.
Capacity: 24 passengers. 278 tons cargo.
Vehicles: 1 50-ton cutter.

Basic Ship Characteristics[edit]

Following the Imperial Navy and IISS Universal Ship Profile and data, additional information is presented in the format shown here. The small craft factor indicates the number of squadrons (...of ten subcraft) carried on the ship. Tonnage on the universal ship profile is shown in kilotons (...thousands of tons) where necessary. [1]

Basic Ship Characteristics [2]
No. Category Remarks
1. Tonnage / Hull TBD tons.
2. Crew xTBD crew.
3. Performance / Engineering Propulsion:
4. Main Section / Electronics Model/TBD fib ship computer.
5. Hardpoints xTBD hardpoints.
6. Armament / Weaponry The normal weapons fit-out for it is:
  • No information yet available.
7. Defenses No information yet available.
8. Craft / Subcraft TBD
9. Fuel Treatment TBD
10. Cost MCrTBD.
11. Construction Time TBD months to build, TBD months in quantity.
12. Remarks No information yet available.
  • Standard cargo capacity amounts to TBD.0 tons.

History & Background (Dossier)[edit]

No information yet available.

Class Naming Practice/s & Peculiarities[edit]

No information yet available.

Selected Variant Types & Classes[edit]

Warship - Scout/Courier:

  1. Type TBD class Vessel
    1. Asia class Scout

References & Contributors (Sources)[edit]

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This article was copied or excerpted from the following copyrighted sources and used under license from Far Future Enterprises or by permission of the author.

  1. Timothy B. Brown. Fighting Ships (Game Designers Workshop, 1981), 10.
  2. Timothy B. Brown. Fighting Ships (Game Designers Workshop, 1981), 10.