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    MY Seaworthy 93




    As flying things are only really beautiful with wings or/and thrusters, we have revisited our
    classic product line to give seasoned players a vintage experience by recreating almost earthly behaviour. The Seaworthy 93 is based on our classic 100ft catamaran line and features 4 cabins, a luxurious interior and all necessary equipment on three spacious decks.
    Basically everything is how and where you would expect it on a classic catamaran.

    The lower deck is situated in the two nacelles, each of them mirror-identical, and offers two twin cabins, two kitchen, two work stations, engineering, two refineries, the sickbay with medical production, the two watermakers and lots of space for your customization (e.g. further equipment or more crew quarters)

    The main deck features the grand main indoor lounge area, a shaded outdoor lounge area, the main control room as well as two master cabins with double bed and panorama window each. The upper deck offers the 2nd wheelhouse, some sunbeds as well as the radar.

    Technical Data

    Length: 93ft/blocks - 31 meters
    Beam: 36ft/blocks - 10,6 meters
    Draft: 7ft/blocks - 2,30 meters

    Cruising Speed: 6,7 knots (12,4 kmh)

    Cargo Capacity: 36 small boxes

    Cabins: 2 Master Cabins with double bed on main deck, 2 Twin Cabins on lower deck, additional bed in sickbay
    = 9 pax total (in standard configuration)

























    A note concerning nomad planets physics & technology:

    Please be aware that the Seaworthy 93 is a vintage product. Although modern day technology (and nomad tech in particular) would make it easily possible to give her lots more speed or more rapid steering, the main design goal was to recreate the original earthly catamaran experience - which we have perfectly met in all aspects, if we might point out.



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    Amazing build! Love the details.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Togusa View Post

    Togusa SHIPYards

    - order today for a luxury tomorrow -
    I'll bookmark this one!

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    @Togusa That looks really nice! Can you send me save?

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    Where I can buy it?

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    It does not appear to list quite far enough to either port or starboard - but it does look great! Nicely done.

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    Arrrr......tiz the Black Pearl...

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    what are the "ropes" made from?

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    Quote Originally Posted by lothos View Post
    what are the "ropes" made from?
    If I had to guess, winches and shackles, inactive so they donít flip the thing into orbit of Tau Ceti.

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    ahh, i never put the shackles down for the winch when i did make one or two. I'm assuming these boats i tend to see are merely built on a platform of air blades hidden underneath?

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    Quote Originally Posted by lothos View Post
    ahh, i never put the shackles down for the winch when i did make one or two. I'm assuming these boats i tend to see are merely built on a platform of air blades hidden underneath?
    I tend to use hoverpads for propulsion on my boats. If you use the right amount of them, and make sure they are fully submerged when the boat is in the water, you get a pretty good amount of thrust. And the bonus with hoverpads is that, again if you have enough of them, you can actually run your floating rig up on land, or easily clear shallow sand bars and other obstacles that air blades might not be able to overcome (unless you've put enough down there to actually achieve limited flight).

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    Quote Originally Posted by Togusa View Post

    A note concerning nomad planets physics & technology:

    Please be aware that the Seaworthy 93 is a vintage product. Although modern day [...] and nomad tech in particular would [...] give her lots more speed or more rapid steering, the main [...] goal was to recreate the original catamaran experience [...].


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    It's a submarine too? You've thought of everything, Togusa!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Harrison View Post
    Where I can buy it?
    --> https://steamcommunity.com/sharedfil...?id=1497618015

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