The Crusader Genesis is a mid-range passenger spacecraft. This ship utilizes award-winning manufacturing techniques and the highest quality parts to create one thing; a next-generation passenger ship at a price that won’t break your budget. Crusader Industries’ proprietary NeoG engine technology offers some of the most efficient flight for a ship of its size.
The Musashi Industrial & Starflight Concern Endeavor is a fully modular research vessel, designed to be adapted for a variety of scientific and medical tasks. Initially developed as a floating laboratory, the MISC Endeavor can be outfitted as a telescope, farm, or mobile hospital
The MISC Freelancer is primarily a long range cargo hauler, designed for shipping major corporations' goods around the 'verse. However, its modularity and versatility, as well as its considerable firepower, have seen it fill a number of roles including use as a smuggling ship and a long range explorer.
The MISC Freelancer DUR variant is specialized in exploration. It sacrifices 25% cargo capacity of the standard Freelancer in exchange for an enhanced jump drive, a more advanced scanner, and an expanded fuel tank. This may seem like a bad call to some, but those who value discovery over profit will find it to be their ship of choice.
Freelancer MAX is a variant with additional cargo capacity at the expense of weapons. The Freelancer MAX variant sacrifices weaponry for an increased cargo capacity. This makes it ideal for equipment or raw materials transport.
The Freelancer MIS is a limited edition militarized variant of the classic UEE mercantile ship. Due to early payload incidents, only a small number of these ships has been manufactured. This version sacrifices most of the cargo capacity to make way for missiles.
The Hull A is the smallest, most affordable Hull. It is great for those just striking out in the galaxy on their own. The Hull A is most similar to the Aurora and Mustang, but lacks the ‘jack of all trades’ nature. Where the others trade cargo capacity for firepower or speed, the Hull A is 100% on-mission transport! Additionally, Hull A (and B) are often used as station-to-orbit ferries.