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Post subject: Salidan AltiversePosted: February 10th, 2015, 5:33 am
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Hello everybody!

Check out the Wiki page to stay up to date on new developments in the Salidan Altiverse, containing Salide, Denton, Texas, and the Rio Grande!

http://shipbucket.com/wiki/index.php/Salidan_Altiverse

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Post subject: Re: Kingdom of SalidePosted: February 10th, 2015, 5:33 am
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Post subject: Re: Kingdom of SalidePosted: February 10th, 2015, 5:33 am
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Royal Salidan Navy
Royal Salidan Maritime Auxiliary Service:
A Class Fleet Tender
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Builder: Claibourne National Shipyard
Built: 1961-1964
Commissioned: 1961-2002
Length: 84ft
Beam: 22.5ft
Draught: Minimum 6ft, Normal 7ft
Propulsion: 6 cylinder 340hp, 3-speed transmission, 64" 4-blade bronze propeller
Displacement: 143 tons
Cruise (Max) Speed: 9kt (11kt)
Crew: 6 (Master, Helmsman, Engineer, Mechanic, 2 Seamen)
Cabins: 3 - 1x masters, 1x 2 berth, 1x 4 berth
Fuel Capacity: 1950 Gallons
Fuel Consumption: 1.1 USG per Nautical Mile at 9kts
B Class Fleet Tender
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Builder: Claibourne National Shipyard and Perkins & Porsch Steelworks & Shipbuilding Ltd. (P&P S&S Ltd.)
Built: 1963-1967
Commissioned: 1963-2003
Length: 84ft
Beam: 22.5ft
Draught: Minimum 6ft, Normal 7ft
Propulsion: 6 cylinder 340hp, 3-speed transmission, 64" 4-blade bronze propeller
Displacement: 143 tons
Cruise (Max) Speed: 9kt (11kt)
Crew: 6 (Master, Helmsman, Engineer, Mechanic, 2 Seamen)
Capacity: 53 passengers
Cabins: 3 - 1x masters, 1x 2 berth, 1x 4 berth
Fuel Capacity: 1950 Gallons
Fuel Consumption: 1.1 USG per Nautical Mile at 9kts

The B Class tenders were built on the same hull and structure as the A Class, but were built for passenger transport. Of the 9 ships of the B Class, three were configured as a Dive Tender. These are the A9 Bastion, A13 Bohanan, and A14 Bagsby. Externally, they were the same as the other ships, but internally they were equipped with a full range of diving equipment including HP and LP compressors, air tanks, a surface gas control panel and system, and a decompression chamber.
C Class Fleet Tender
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Builder: Claibourne National Shipyard and Koden-Wickes Ltd.
Built: 1965-1971
Commissioned: 1965-2009
Length: 72ft
Beam: 20.5ft
Draught: Minimum 6.5ft, Normal 8ft
Propulsion: 4 cylinder 260hp, 3-speed transmission, 64" 4-blade bronze propeller
Displacement: 119 tons
Cruise (Max) Speed: 9kt (11kt)
Crew: 6 (Master, Helmsman, Engineer, Mechanic, 2 Seamen)
Cabins: 3 - 1x masters, 1x 2 berth, 1x 4 berth
Fuel Capacity: 1430 Gallons
Fuel Consumption: 0.8 USG per Nautical Mile at 9kts
D Class Fleet Tender
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Builder: Claibourne National Shipyard and Koden-Wickes Ltd.
Built: 1968-1974
Commissioned: 1968-present
Length: 81ft
Beam: 21.5ft
Draught: Minimum 6.5ft, Normal 8ft
Propulsion: 6 cylinder 340hp, 3-speed transmission, 64" 4-blade bronze propeller
Displacement: 151 tons
Cruise (Max) Speed: 9kt (10kt)
Crew: 6 (Master, Helmsman, Engineer, Mechanic, 2 Seamen)
Cabins: 3 - 1x masters, 1x 2 berth, 1x 4 berth
Fuel Capacity: 1950 Gallons
Fuel Consumption: 1.1 USG per Nautical Mile at 9kts
HSMY Swordfish, 1953, Royal Yacht
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Built: 1953
Length WL: 273.5ft
Length OA (to Bowsprit): 373.5ft
Beam: 39ft
Draught: 16ft
Max Speed: 19kts
Cruising Speed: 16kts
Displacement: 2145 tons
Crew: 41
Capacity: 33

Royal Salidan Coast Guard:
RSCGS Salide Icebreaker
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Builder: Koden-Wickes Ltd.
Build Date: 1962
Length: 298ft
Beam: 61ft
Draught: 22ft
Ice Class: 1A Super
Tonnage: 4,353 tons
Propulsion: 4 Engines, 3500hp each
Complement:
31 Crew
20 Scientist
4 Gyrodyne Detachment
RSCGNS Gothic Icebreaker
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Builder: Hietalahti shipyard (Finland), outfitted by Koden-Wickes Ltd. (Salide)
Build Date: 1991
Launched: 1993
Length: 457ft (468 to rear bumper)
Beam: 92ft
Draught: 29.5ft
Max Speed: 20kt max, 3knt in 2m ice
Propulsion: 2x Nuclear Reactors, 3x Steam Turbines powering 3x shafts, turning 3x 18ft 4-blade props (38kW total)
Ice Class: LL8
Tonnage: 19,680 tons
Endurance: 7.5 months
Complement:
134 Crew
80 Scientists
130 passengers
18 Gyrodyne Detachment
Aircraft Carried: 3 Donnelley GH-3 Gyrodyne.

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Post subject: Re: Kingdom of SalidePosted: February 10th, 2015, 5:34 am
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Post subject: Re: Kingdom of SalidePosted: February 10th, 2015, 5:34 am
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Various Salidan Maps
Royal Palace Locations, colored in blue.
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Post subject: Re: Kingdom of SalidePosted: February 12th, 2015, 1:07 am
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Time for a drawing.
This originally started out as a barquentine (posted in the personal designs forum). I had gotten far enough to know that I didn't want to make the Royal Yacht a sailing ship. After I came across the MV Savarona (Turkey) and the MY Christina O (Greece), I finally realized exactly how I wanted it to be built, so here we are:

Current WIP
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The pink-line mast on the funnel is where I was contemplating to put some of the electronics (if not originally, possibly for a later refit?).

Specs:
Built: 1950s
Length WL: 273.5ft
Length OA (to Bowsprit): 373.5ft
Beam: 39ft
Draught: 16ft
Max Speed: 19kts
Cruising Speed: 16kts
Displacement: 2145 tons
Crew: 41
Capacity: 33

All comments are welcome!

-EZ

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Post subject: Re: Kingdom of SalidePosted: February 12th, 2015, 12:50 pm
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Nice lines.

Maybe put the electronics on a streamlined foremast just behind the bridge?

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Post subject: Re: Kingdom of SalidePosted: February 12th, 2015, 12:59 pm
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Nice, but I think that the funnel is too modern for the look. With a narrower and taller funnel she will be even better.


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Post subject: Re: Kingdom of SalidePosted: February 12th, 2015, 5:51 pm
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A very lovely yacht with nice lines, which are marred by the overgrown funnel.
I suggest you heed odysseus1980's advice on the funnel, and Hood's advice about a separate mast behind the bridge.

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Post subject: Re: Kingdom of SalidePosted: February 13th, 2015, 1:57 am
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Thank you for the positive comments!

@Odysseus and Novice: I narrowed the funnel and moved it forward slightly. I didn't increase the height because I felt that it was tall enough.
@Hood: I have done as you said and added a mast just aft of the bridge. I hope it looks streamlined enough.

I tried to go with as light a color as I could, but it still looks too dark a shade of grey. I'm also not entirely sure on the underwater hull shading. Any opinions?
Also, do y'all think I should lower the aft mast a little bit?
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