Lushina class Fast Cutter
|Lushina class Fast Cutter|
A typical modular cutter design.
|Type: UMC Fast Cutter|
|Also see||Utility Craft - Smallcraft - Modular Ship|
|Canon||Yes. Published, canon smallcraft design.|
|EOS||Still in active service.|
|Passengers||0 High/Med 0 Low|
|Reference||Adventure Class Ships Volume 1 13.|
|Starships are designed with the Classic Traveller format, using High Guard generation.|
The Lushina fast cutter is designed for use aboard warships. It provides a less vulnerable form of transport than standard cutters, while still allowing a large number of persons or a large amount of cargo to be transported.
General Description & Deck Plans
Basic Ship Characteristics
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 craft) carried on the ship. Tonnage on the universal ship profile is shown in kilotons (thousands of tons) when necessary. 
|Basic Ship Characteristics |
|1.||Tonnage / Hull||50-tons. Streamlined Cylinder Hull with Modular Ship technology.|
|4.||Electronics||Model/1 fib ship computer.|
|6.||Armament / Weaponry||The normal weapons fit-out for it is:|
|9.||Fuel Treatment||Fueling Equipment:|
|11.||Construction Time||6 months to build, 4 months in quantity.|
Fast cutters are also commonly used as express transports in systems. Some even incorporate changable modules in their design.
Class Naming Practice/s & Peculiarities
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Selected Variant Types & Classes
- Type UMC class Cutter
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- Marc Miller, Frank Chadwick, John Harshman. High Guard (Game Designers Workshop, 1980), 20-37. (Design Sequence Used)
- Jordan Weisman. Adventure Class Ships Volume 1 (FASA, 1982), 13, Poster.
- Rob Caswell. "Starship in Detail." MegaTraveller Journal 3 (1992): 45.
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