Coriander class Free Trader

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Coriander class Free Trader
Type: AF Free Trader
Category ACS
Size 300 Tons
Hull Configuration Wedge Hull
Streamlining Airframe Hull
Tech Level TL–12
Computer Model/2
Jump J-2
Maneuver 1.5 G
Hardpoints 3
Offensive 2 3x missile turrets, 2 3x sandcaster turrets
Staterooms 15
Low Berths 20
Crew 7
    Officers 4
    Enlisted 3
High/Mid Passengers 8
Low Passengers 20
Cargo 92.1 Tons
Fuel tank 58.5 Tons
Origin Third Imperium
Cost MCr103.3
Blueprint No
Illustration No
Canon Unpublished, fan design
Designer Robert Dean
Design System MT
Era 1120
Reference HIWG

The Coriander class Free Trader is a civilian commercial Free Trader.


The Coriander class Free Trader is a standard Imperial Data Package design, although it is not often built because of its rather unusual 300 ton hull. Most shipyard equipment is specialized for either the 200 or the 400 ton standard hulls.

The standard version of the Coriander includes two triple missile turrets and a triple sandcaster turret for self-defense.

Fuel scoops are carried for emergency use, but the usual operating practice would be to purchase unrefined fuel immediately upon landing at a starport, and process it while cargo loading and unloading is going on.

Common variations on the design include removing the low berths in favor of an additional 20 tons of cargo space, and adding a berth for some sort of subsidiary craft.

History & Background[edit]

No information yet available.

Selected Variant Types & Classes[edit]

54 Representative Free Trader (AF) Classes[edit]

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Type AF Free Trader


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Rebellion This ship was originally designed using MegaTraveller ship design rules.
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