BARD PAPER: SARA9017
design by Derek Stanley
The Amazonia is a unique ship built for the RCES.
In a pinch the ship can carry her crew of 9 plus 4 military passangers
with no loss of cargo space or comfort.
The cargo bay is modular in construction and is capable of being quickly
transformed into any number of alternative configurations.
|Displacement: 150 tons
||Hull Armor: 30
|Length: 39.72 meters
||Volume: 2,100 m3
|Price: 90.32 MCr
||Target Size: S
||Tech Level: 12 / 15
|Mass (Loaded/Unloaded): 1,899.8 / 1,761.2
- Power Plant: 200 MW Fusion Power Plant, 1 year duration (30.0 m3 fuel)
- Jump Performance: 3 (420 m3 fuel)
- G-Rating: 2G HEPlaR (74.55 MW/G), Auxiliary High Efficiency CG (15 MW)
- G-Turns: 40 (J2: 55; J1: 70; 85.1 using all jump fuel), 9.3 m3 fuel each
- Maint: 69
- Computer: 2xTL-12 Standard computer (0.4 MW), TL-12 Fibre-optic computer (0.8 MW)
- Commo: Maser (Unlimited; 0.6 MW), Radio (1 hex; 1 MW)
- Avionics: Imaging EMS, IGS positioning, 160 km/h NOE
- Sensors: AEMS (10 hex; 15 MW), PEMS Folding array (5 hex; 0.15 MW),
- ECM/ECCM: None
- Controls: No bridge, 7 normal workstations
- Offensive: 2xLTR-144-4-0 (4 MW; No crew)
- Defensive: Sand Turret (1 MW; 1 crew)
- Master Fire Directors: TL-12 (4 Diff Mods; 4 hex; 1.73 MW; 1 crew),
- Life Support: Extended (0.41 MW), Gravitic Compensators (10.33 MW)
- Grav Compensation: 3 G.
- Crew: 8 (2xManeuver, 1xElectronics, 2xEngineer, 2xGunnery, 1xCommand)
- Crew Accommodations: 8xSmall Stateroom (0.5 kW)
- Passenger Accomodations: None
- Other Facilities: None
- Cargo: 324 m3 (23.1 tons), 1 Large Hatches
- Small Craft and Launch Facilities: 1x3-ton minimal hangar
- Air Locks: 1
Total Fuel Tankage: 822.8 m3 (58.8 tons).
Fuel scoops (5% of ship surface), fills tanks in 1.96 hours.
Fuel purification machinery (1.5MW), 19.75 hours to refine 822.8 m3.
Crew requirements are calculated by using 'Original FFS' crew model.
5.7 MW power shortfall.
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