Type HR class Trader

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Type HR class Trader
Type: A2 Far Trader
Category ACS
Size 400 Tons
Hull Configuration Close Structure Hull
Streamlining Streamlined Hull
Tech Level TL–11
Computer Model/2
Jump J-2
Maneuver 1 G
Hardpoints 2
Staterooms 16
Crew 6
High/Mid Passengers 9
Cargo 145 Tons
Fuel tank 100 Tons
Carried craft 1 30t Ships Boat
Construction Time 16 Months
Origin Hive Federation
Cost MCr156.2
Architect fee 1.562
Blueprint No
Illustration Yes
Canon Published, canon design
Designer Marc Miller
Design System Book 2
Era 1105
Reference Hivers 39.

The Type HR class Trader is a civilian merchant starship.


Using a 400-ton hull, the Hiver Trader is a small interstellar merchant vessel designed for routine cargo and passenger transport. It mounts jump drive-0, maneuver drive-B, and power plant-D, giving a performance of Jump-2 and 1G acceleration. Fuel tankage for 100 tons supports the power plant and one Jump-2. Adjacent to the bridge is a ship computer Model/2. There are 15 staterooms and no low berths. The ship has two hardpoints and two tons allocated for fire control. No turrets or weaponry are initially installed. There is one ship's vehicle: a 30-ton ship's boat. Cargo capacity is 145 tons. The ship is streamlined.

The Hiver Trader requires a crew of six: pilot, navigator, two engineers, medic, and a steward. The navigator operates the ship's boat. The ship can carry nine high or middle passengers and no low passengers. The ship is valued at MCr156.2 and takes 16 months to build.

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