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Standard

Clydesdale Class Transport

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These sturdy vessels were a common sight above the battlefield, quickly moving troops, supplies, and firepower to where it was most needed. This is the civilian variant model designed to carry cargo and crew more comfortably.

Durance Class Transport

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The Durance-class tramp freighter has been in continuous service for nearly 50 years.

Firefly Mid-Bulk Transport, Series 3

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Designed as a multi-purpose boat, this mid-bulk ship is extremely versatile and can be used as a salvager out in deep space or to haul passengers from one town to another.

Kestrel Class Transport, Standard

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The basic model does not have enough cargo space to be a good freighter, enough cabins to carry passengers, or enough firepower to be a ship of the line. The Kestrel was designed as Jacks-of-all-Trades and it does well in that role.

Kestrel, Standard (Sheet)
Kestrel, Standard (Deckplan)

Kestrel Class Transport, Cargo Variant

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The Kestrel was designed as Jacks-of-all-Trades and it does well in that role. This variant is designed to carry more cargo at the expense of living space.

Kestrel, Cargo (Sheet)
Kestrel, Cargo (Deckplan)

Kiboko Class Bulk Freighter

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The extended-hull version of the Scarab Class,each is designed to haul large quantities of cargo, whether
it be crated or loose (like trash and ore).

Lamprey Class Salvage Ship

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The specialized support craft was built to withstand heavy fire while approaching its target, and then magnetically attach to the enemy hull.

Lelantos Class Transport

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In the post-war era, the Lelantos class design has been adopted for non-military use as a general cargo transport.

Lelantos (Sheet)
Lelantos, Standard (Deckplan)
Lelantos, Bounty Hunter (Deckplan)

Loggerhead Space Tug

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The Loggerhead-class hauler designed to pull long trains of unmanned cargo pods. Though it can accommodate two, it requires only a single operator and functions exclusively in space – sporting a powerful set of ion engines but no atmospheric thrusters.

Loggerhead (Sheet)
Loggerhead (Deckplan)

Privateer Light Freighter

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The Privateer-class light freighter is designed to haul cargo or passengers. This class of vessel is easily modified and has proven very popular with independent traders.

Privateer, Standard (Sheet)
Privateer, Standard (Deckplan)

Privateer Light Freighter, Variant

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The Privateer-class light freighter is designed to haul cargo or passengers. This class of vessel is easily modified and has proven very popular with independent traders. This variant has less cargo space to mount more engines.

Privateer, Variant (Sheet)
Privateer, Variant (Deckplan)

Renegade Multi-Role Transport

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A Renegade is built using standard parts and systems, with custom or experimental hardware employed only when required to support the multipurpose nature of the design.

Scarab Class Bulk Transport

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The Scarab class is designed to haul large quantities of cargo, whether it be crated or loose (like trash and ore).

Seeker Courier Mk II

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These second generation Seeker class ships support a crew of two to four and serve well as scouts, escorts, and armed couriers. A lot of the experimental automation has been removed to provide living and cargo space.

Seeker Courier Mk II (Sheet)
Seeker Courier Mk II (Deckplan)

Seeker Courier Mk IV

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Advancements in engineering have allowed much of the same technology to be fit into a more compact and efficient frame – producing a smaller, more agile, vessel for the Seeker Mk IV.

Seeker Courier Mk IV (Sheet)
Seeker Courier Mk IV (Deckplan)

Tomahawk Class Courier

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This class of ship was designed as a fast, multipurpose transport and it has seen considerable success since its launch a few years back.

Winter Wolf

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This configuration is identical to the Mourning Wolf hull except that it lacks the four heavy turrets of the former and is more suited to humanitarian or cargo roles.


Shuttles

Brahma Class Shuttle

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The Brahma design was created for short range cargo hauling, passenger transport, and ambulance duties.

Lokai Class Shuttle

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Though the Lokai is technically classified as a life boat, in reality it is just a standard passenger shuttle with a deluxe survival kit and enhanced CO2 and water filtration systems.

Morgan XL Class Shuttle

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A dozen of this model have been produced so far. Some are simply for hauling more people than the standard. Others are also luxuriously outfitted to serve as a symbol of prestige and wealth.


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