HS:12 Freighter (REDUX)

TT-1200F Argosy class freighter 

HS:12  HP:60   Powerplant: 4 Atomic class-B 
ADF: 3  MR3  DCR: 56   Crew: up to 14 
Armament: N/A (up to two LB at no penalties) 
Defenses: RH 
Communication/Detection: SubSpace Radio, VideoCom, Radar, Intercom Network 
Computer (LVL:4 fp:135 SP:100) 
Alarm (4), Analysis (4), Astrogation (4), Commerce (1), Communication (1), Computer Lockout (4), Damage Control (4), Drive - Atomic B (5), Industry (1), Information Storage (1), Life Support cap:20 (1), Maintenance (4) 
Cargo Capacity:12 
Crew Accommodations: Captain's Suite (double occupancy) 
                                        2 Crew Cabins (two single to triple bunks each)  
Passenger Accommodations: 1 First Class Cabin (double occupancy)
                                                     2 Journey Class Cabins (double occupancy) 
Ship's Vehicles: Lifeboat, 2 WorkPods 
MISC: Medical Bay (can be converted to another Journey Class or crew cabin)

1 square = 2 meters

     The Observation Dome is a small retreat deck featuring a sofa, coffee table, and a minimal bar with an entertainment center.  

     The Auxiliary Bridge contains additional electronics such as communications and sensors to port (left of map) and starboard (right of map) respectively, and a pair of computer monitoring stations dorsally. A ship’s locker is ventral, typically used to stow passenger items such as weapons and ammo. Crew weaponry is also typically stored here. 

     The Bridge level contains the operational stations for the ship. The helm is centered in the dorsal section with captain/pilot and co-pilot positions, an engineer’s station is to starboard ventral and the astrogator station is adjacent at port ventral. All three stations have a computer panel. The mainframe computer is nestled under the deck on the ventral side, accessible via the floor panel that leads to a maintenance shaft running all the way down to another panel in the ceiling of the Crew Deck. An optional pair of Laser Battery weapons systems may be added at no penalty, these mount to port and starboard of the Bridge level. The airlock and a small closet are nestled in the ventral center.  

     The Crew Deck is a larger area with three cabins and a common area with galley and entertainment. The double occupancy Captain’s Suite Is to port, although it is typically single occupancy barring any “special” crew relations the captain may have. A pair of convertible cabins are adjacent to the suite, each featuring a pair of one to three stacked bunks, depending upon crew size. A storage area and fresher occupy the dorsal section and the airlock and a closet are ventral. 

     The Passenger Deck is a mirror image of the Crew Deck, featuring a First-Class Cabin to starboard flanked by a pair of Journey Class Cabins. The Passenger Lounge and galley is to port with a fresher and Medical Bay at the dorsal position. A docking collar is ventrally centered that can accommodate a lifeboat or launch. A stewarding closet is adjacent to the ship’s boat collar. 

     The Maintenance Deck is the lowest deck on the ship and features monitoring equipment for the drives at dorsal/starboard, accessways to the engines themselves, life support equipment to starboard, a recharging station for robots & power packs adjacent to the elevator, a tool & machine shop to port, and a generator & power relay station at ventral/port. Floor panels can be removed to access equipment descending further into the hull. A pair of workpods are nestled between the drives, with a space suit rack between the airlocks. 

     A sturdy rail system extends aft of the spacecraft to which standardized cargo containers can be affixed. One to five cargo unit capacity containers can be affixed to this rail system, totaling the cargo capacity of the ship itself. Containers can be quickly offloaded and replaced on dedicated routes, although when operating independently there is no guarantee that loaded containers will be awaiting tramp freighters...as such an independently owned TT-1200F will tend to keep the largest containers mounted (a pair of 5-unit containers and a 2-unit container or a trio of 4-unit containers). Crafty independent owners tend to find ways of mating containers into one or two larger sizes, such as a pair of six unit holds or a massive twelve unit hold.