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MS Jundroo Titan

9,671 SajabAerospace  23 days ago

Description

The Jundroo Titan is a large ro-ro cargo ferry operated by the Jundroo Line shipping company. it has two large decks for vehicles and a large stern ramp for loading and unloading. It is over 160 metres long and 30 metres wide which allows it to carry the largest of vehicles. The ship is capable of a speeds in excess of 20 knots. It takes roughly 1 hour and 20 minutes to travel from Krakabloa to Wright Island.

Controls:

Use the Throttle and Brake to control movement ahead and astern.

Use the Roll control for sideways movement.

Use the Yaw control to turn left and right.

Activate Group 1 to lower the ramp. No use of the VTOL or Trim sliders is required.

The ship takes a long time to speed up and slow down, so some forward planning is required when approaching obstacles.

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This is my first ship built entirely from scratch. My previous ferry build, "MV Wright Island", used a third party hull design.

Also check out my latest ship, the high speed ferry "HSC Jundroo Express"

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General Characteristics

  • Created On Android
  • Wingspan 98.8ft (30.1m)
  • Length 542.5ft (165.4m)
  • Height 215.4ft (65.6m)
  • Empty Weight 4,734,385lbs (2,147,483kg)
  • Loaded Weight 4,734,385lbs (2,147,483kg)

Performance

  • Power/Weight Ratio 0.002
  • Wing Loading 276,441.8lbs/ft2 (1,349,707.3kg/m2)
  • Wing Area 37.0ft2 (3.4m2)
  • Drag Points 651522

Parts

  • Number of Parts 384
  • Control Surfaces 0
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    I have now uploaded the fast ferry "HSC Jundroo Express"

    Check it out

    HERE.

    Pinned 22 days ago
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    @SajabAerospace
    Ok, thanks.
    I would like to order twelve vessels for my SPMRP faction.

    +1 20 days ago
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    @TheFantasticTyphoon on this ship there is no forward ramp, only the stern ramp. You need to reverse off or turn around before disembarking. Most Ro-Ro cargo ferries are like this.

    +1 20 days ago
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    @SajabAerospace
    How do you operate the forward ramp?

    +1 20 days ago
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    1,061 Tank6376

    I’m gonna sink this boat

    21 days ago
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    Thanks for the upvotes! @Potkuri @Operationalsupremacy @grizzlitn

    21 days ago
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    300 Yeet1234

    You know this is a plane simulator right

    +1 21 days ago
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    @Potkuri I have built a truck which can be driven on and off the ferry. I'll upload later it as an add-on for you to save as a subassembly.

    VIDEO

    21 days ago
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    Np! @SajabAerospace

    +1 22 days ago
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    Thanks for the upvotes! @Potkuri @Operationalsupremacy

    22 days ago
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    2,790 Potkuri

    I’d love to have a 4x4 onboard which I can use to drive around.

    +1 22 days ago
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    Ahh okay that makes more sense @SajabAerospace

    +1 22 days ago
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    Thanks @imashovel

    22 days ago
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    Thanks @TheBlueRobotProduct @yoshicraze @Avro683Lancaster

    +2 22 days ago
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    Thanks for the upvotes! @TTHHSSSS @Strikefighter04 @Stormfur

    22 days ago
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    @RYAviation I'm assuming you're rendering to sailing between the two islands. I have done this but not with this ship. I've also built a fast catamaran ferry which sails twice as fast as this one (to be uploaded today). It does the crossing in roughly 40 minutes. From there its a simple calculation to work out approximately how long it should take for this ship to do the same trip. I did the crossing a few times also on the MV Wright Island, which takes even longer than this does (1hr 30min+).

    22 days ago
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    Did you sit there for over an hour just for that one stat

    22 days ago
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    Thanks for the upvotes! @realluochen9999 @SakuraSaku

    22 days ago
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    Thanks for the upvote! @Gestour

    +1 22 days ago
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    @Aarons123 I built it much smaller to start with (roughly 40m long) then used scale tool to make it 4 times larger.

    Thanks for the upvote as well!

    22 days ago
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    14.6k Aarons123

    This ship is thicc
    How did you build it so big?

    +1 22 days ago
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    Thanks for the upvotes! @Nickr @Mmdben

    +1 23 days ago
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    1,169 Nickr

    @SajabAerospace a tip to make this less laggy for mobile users is to disable drag

    +1 23 days ago
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    Thanks for the upvotes! @ProcessedPlAnEs @randomusername

    +1 23 days ago
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    AWESOME

    +2 23 days ago
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