Anaconda

The Anaconda is the pride of Faulcon deLacy’s shipyards. The design was first manufactured in 2856 by RimLiner Galactic. After numerous mergers the template was eventually owned by Faulcon deLacy, who have made only minor changes to the classic design. The Anaconda is a versatile craft that can transport large cargos as well as pack a decent punch. Some smaller navies use the Anaconda in the light cruiser and frigate roles. The Anaconda can also be upgraded with a docking bay allowing small fighters up to Sidewinder-size to be carried and launched.

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Specifications

Manufacturer:
Faulcon deLacy
Speed:
183 m/s
Boost speed:
244 m/s
Agility:
2/10
Cost:
146,969,450 Cr
Base shield:
362 MJ
Base armour:
945
Hull mass:
400 t
Mass-lock factor:
23
Landing pad:
Large


Hardpoints

4
 
Huge hardpoint
3
 
Large hardpoint
3
 
Large hardpoint
3
 
Large hardpoint
2
 
Medium hardpoint
2
 
Medium hardpoint
1
Pulse Laser [1F fixed] 
Small hardpoint
1
Pulse Laser [1F fixed] 
Small hardpoint
0
 
Utility mount
0
 
Utility mount
0
 
Utility mount
0
 
Utility mount
0
 
Utility mount
0
 
Utility mount
0
 
Utility mount
0
 
Utility mount

Internal

8
Power Plant [8E] 
Class 8 Reactor bay
7
Thrusters [7E] 
Class 7 Thruster mounting
6
Frame Shift Drive [6E] 
Class 6 FSD housing
5
Life Support [5E] 
Class 5 Environment control
8
Power Distributor [8E] 
Class 8 Power coupling
8
Sensors [8E] 
Class 8 Sensor suite
5
Fuel Tank [5C] 
Class 5 Fuel store

7
Cargo Rack [6E / capacity: 64] 
Class 7 Internal compartment
6
Cargo Rack [5E / capacity: 32] 
Class 6 Internal compartment
6
Shield Generator [6E] 
Class 6 Internal compartment
6
 
Class 6 Internal compartment
5
Cargo Rack [4E / capacity: 16] 
Class 5 Internal compartment
5
 
Class 5 Internal compartment
5
 
Class 5 Internal compartment
4
 
Class 4 Internal compartment
4
 
Class 4 Internal compartment
4
Basic Discovery Scanner 
Class 4 Internal compartment
2
Cargo Rack [1E / capacity: 2] 
Class 2 Internal compartment

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