The Cardos class Fast Yacht appears in 101 Starships. It is designed for GURPS Tech Level 12.
Popular among ruling-class nobles and megacorporation executives, the Cardos class combines luxury with speed, delivering its passengers in style.
Crew: 3 Bridge crew, Engineer, 2 Gunners (if weapons installed),
Passengers: 6 High
400-ton SL hull, DR 100, PD 4, 2 Turrets, Bridge, Engineering, 41 Maneuver, 24 Jump, 200 Fuel, 10 Staterooms, 1 Utility, Recreation Center, 6 Cargo
Communications: Radio 8 million km, Laser 16 million km, Meson
communicator 0.02 million km
Sensors: PESA 48000 km, AESA 240000 km, Radscanner 3200 km
Statistics: EMass571.5 tonnes, LMass 598.8 tonnes, Cost
MCr125.2, HP 39900
Performance: Accel 6.2G (6.5G empty, 5.3G overloaded), Jump 5, Air Speed 5440 km/h
Design Worksheet: Cardos class Fast Yacht
|400-ton streamlined hull||
|Armor DR100 PD4||0.0||48.3||0.6||0.0||0.0|
|Jump drive (5 parsecs)||24.0||87.1||73.2||0.0||0.2|
|Maneuver drive (6.20G)||41.0||148.7||11.9||0.0||0.4|
|1 utility module||1.0||10.4||0.3||0.0||0.0|
|Fully loaded and fitted out||319.5||598.8||125.3||22237.6||8.0|
|Unloaded with skeleton crew||319.5||571.5||125.2||22237.6||4.0|
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