MCr835,221. 300 ktons
batteries bearing C 7 CCC1C TL=15
batteries R F RRR1R Crew=1,713
Fuel=153,000. EP=33,000. Agility=6. Cargo=500.
|Tonnage:||300,000 tons (standard). 4,200,000 cubic meters.|
|Crew:||140 officers, 1,573 ratings.|
|Performance:||Jump-4. 6-G. Power plant-11. 33,000 EP. Agility 6.|
|Electronics:||Model 9/fib computer|
|Hardpoints:||One spinal weapons mount. Fourty 100-ton bays. Fifty 25-ton bays. Five hundred hardpoints.|
|Armament:||One meson gun spinal mount (factor-T). Two hundred and fifty triple beam laser turrets organized into 25 batteries. Twenty five 50-ton fusion gun bays. Twenty five 100-ton particle accelerator bays. Twenty five 50-ton missile bays.|
|Defenses:||Fifteen 100-ton repulsor bays. Two hundred and fifty triple sandcaster turrets organized into 25 batteries. Meson screen (factor-9). Nuclear Damper (factor-9). Armored hull (factor-25).|
|Fuel Treatment:||No fuel scoops or purification plant.|
|Cost:||MCr1,044,026.5 standard. MCr835,221.24 in quantity.|
|Construction Time:||56 months singly; 44 months in quantity.|
Comments: One of the newer classes of battleships fielded by the Imperial Navy, the Sylea class battleship is built following current Navel standards, jump-4, 6-G acceleration, agility 6 and mounts a respectable array of armaments and defenses. This class is also one of the first in the wedge configuration, which is felt to be an impressive sight when used in show of force and political visitation missions.