Avian class Far Trader

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Avian class Far Trader
Type: AF Far Trader
Category ACS
Size 200 Tons
Hull Configuration Needle Hull
Streamlining Streamlined Hull
Tech Level TL–11
Engineering
Computer Model 3
Jump J-2
Maneuver 2 G
Armaments
Hardpoints 2
Accommodations
Staterooms 10
Low Berths 20
Personnel
Crew 4
High/Mid Passengers 6
Low Passengers 20
Payload
Cargo 50 Tons
Fuel tank 60 Tons
Carried craft air/raft
Construction
Origin Third Imperium
Manufacturer Delta Research
Price
Cost MCr45.38
Statistics
Universal Ship Profile AF-2122231-000000-000000-0
Images
Blueprint No
Illustration Yes
Source
Canon Published, non-canon design
Designer Donald Rapp
Design System High Guard
Era 1105
Reference Merchants & Merchandise 20.

The Avian class Far Trader is a civilian Free Trader.

Description[edit]

Using the Type 200 Delta Research hull, this far trader is equipped with ten staterooms (four for the crew:: pilot, engineer, medic, and steward; six for high and middle passengers) and twenty low passage berths. The forward swept stub wings coupled with the streamlined hull provide atmospheric maneuvering capability allowing "high speed glider" landing approaches on most worlds.

Hardpoints for double turrets installation are provided with dorsal and chin mounts. Modification of hard points to support triple turrets feasible.

History & Background[edit]

No information yet available.

Selected Variant Types & Classes[edit]

49 Representative Far Trader (AF) Classes[edit]

References[edit]

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