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Space Dock 7 . Space Dock 7 was designed to serve the fleet as a repair facility whilst being capable enough to keep up with military speed. Her dimensions are dictated by her "clientele" of ships - namely the Exelion Frigate, Jotunheim Corvette and Takeshi Maru Missile Cruiser. This MOC was greatly inspired by Dunechaser's fantastic UEF Ship Recovery Vessel. Go check it out. . Space Dock 7 - Dillinger Class Mobile Dry Docks Length: 300m Width: 175m Mass: 35,000 tons Crew: 70 Maintenance Personnel: 400 Propulsion: 1 x Zeinar Fusion Reactor powering 2 x vectoring thrusters and 2 x manoeuvring thrusters. Armaments: 2 x Phalanx IV CIWS, 2 x double quantum torpedo tubes. The superstructure up close, with the bridge above (flanked on both sides by the quantum torpedo launchers), and the larger-windowed viewing gallery below it.


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