Pacific class freighter

Trans Travel TT6150 "Pacific" Class Freighter


image courtesy of Art @ SF.org forums --- edited by Shadow Shack


HS:6  HP:30  PowerPlant: 3 Atomic B
ADF:3  MR:3  DCR:38  Crew:up to 8
Armament: none (LB available at no penalty)
Defenses: none (RH available)
Communications/Detection: SubSpace Radio, Radar, Intercom (3 master panels, speaker/mike in each station/cabin/chamber)
Misc Equipment: Cargo Arm, Universal AirDock


Computer
 
(LVL:4 fp:127 SP:100)
Alarm (3), Analysis (4), Astrogation (4), Commerce (1), Communication (1), Damage COntrol (3), Drive - Atomic B (5), Industry (1), Life Support cap:16 (1), Maintenance (3)


Cargo Capacity:6
Crew Accomodations: Captain's Suite (double occupancy possible), Crew Cabin w/2 triple bunks
Passenger Accomodations: 1 First Class Cabin, 2 Journey Class Cabins (all double occupancy)
Ship's Vehicles: lifeboat, 2 workpods

Base Price: 2,246,400Cr --- does not include fuel, spacesuits, weapons/defenses, or toolkits

Trans Travel's TT6150 is a popular choice for independant haulers, designed in the early f.y. 40s the ship has been around for a while. As such it has been tried, tested, and found to be true. Used samples can be had for 15 to 50% of new price, depending on condition & upkeep. One such famous sample dubbed the SS Gullwind made what has been historically referred to as "the Dramune Run", thus exposing a criminal organization that kicked off the third Dramune War. One of the craft believed to be responsible for taking the Serena Dawn in Zebulon is theorized to be a pirate owned Pacific class freighter.

Despite the rich history, these fine craft are the envy of many freight haulers. Small, fast, and agile, they make up for smaller payloads by proving rapid delivery. With the advent of Pan Galactic's "Eureka" drive, added acceleration has made it moreso for such equipped Pacifics (adding 100,000Cr per drive and an ADF:4). The optional laser battery, while not the most offensively minded possibility, ensures that such loads can be protected to say the very least.


See the DECK PLANS section for the Pacific Class Freighter layout.