400Dton Modular Jump Cutter

This ship is only 400Dtons but it is large in size.  Using Traveller Book 5: High Guard (via High Guard Shipyard by Andrea Vallance) I designed it as a dispersed structure hull, on the basis that the forward command hull is joined to the main engineering and crew section by a single spine and some support struts.  The ship is not streamlined and all transfers of cargo must be done in orbit. It has a small internal cargo capacity and includes a tiny Cargo Tug for manouvering those containers in zero-G.  It is armed with a single dorsal turret that is operated from the command bridge.  Most examples would be unarmed.   Anyway – I hope you enjoy this one.

Ship: SS Dahlia
Class: Modular Jump Cutter
Type: Cargo
Tech Level: 11

EX-4721221-000000-10000-0 MCr 172.160 400 Tons
Bat Bear                   1       Crew: 6
Bat                        1       TL: 11

Cargo: 11.000 Passengers: 6 Low: 12 Fuel: 88.000 EP: 8.000 Agility: 1 Pulse Lasers
Craft: 6 x 30T Modular Cutter Modules

Architects Fee: MCr 1.722   Cost in Quantity: MCr 137.728

Detailed Description

400.000 tons standard, 5,600.000 cubic meters, Dispersed Structure Configuration

Pilot, Navigator, 2 Engineers, Medic, Gunner/Steward

Jump-2, 1G Manuever, Power plant-2, 8.000 EP, Agility 1

Bridge, Model/2 Computer

1 Hardpoint

1 Single Mixed Turret with: 1 Pulse Laser (Factor-1).


6 30.000 ton Modular Cutter Moduless (Crew of 0, Cost of MCr 0.000)

88.000 Tons Fuel (2 parsecs jump and 28 days endurance)
No Fuel Scoops, No Fuel Purification Plant

12.0 Staterooms, 12 Low Berths, 6 Middle Passengers, 12 Low Passengers, 11.000 Tons Cargo


MCr 173.882 Singly (incl. Architects fees of MCr 1.722), MCr 137.728 in Quantity

82 Weeks Singly, 65 Weeks in Quantity


Note – images quite large.

400 Dton Jump Module Ship Outlines jpg

400 Dton Jump Module Ship Interior Named jpg

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