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The carrack is a modular ship that allows for 3 [[Large Sails|large sails]]. It is a 2-deck ship that fits in a [[Small Armored Dock|small armoured dock]].
 
The carrack is a modular ship that allows for 3 [[Large Sails|large sails]]. It is a 2-deck ship that fits in a [[Small Armored Dock|small armoured dock]].
 
==Build info==
 
==Build info==
The carrack must be built at the new [[Basic Shipyard]].
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The carrack is built using the [[Advanced Shipyard]]. Unlike other modular ships, the Carrack and the [[Cog]] do not requre a [[Blueprints|blueprint]] to craft.
   
 
The Carrack comes in as a blank canvas for players to use as they advance. By adding custom modules this ship can serve in battle, exploration, or trade
 
The Carrack comes in as a blank canvas for players to use as they advance. By adding custom modules this ship can serve in battle, exploration, or trade

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Carrack
Carrack.png
Ship
Type Ship
Mast Number 3
Sail Units 15
Deck Level Number 2


Crafting
Crafted in 20x20px Basic Shipyard
Ingredients
Resources breakdown
2250 × Wood.png Wood
1800 × Thatch.png Thatch
1800 × Cotton.png Fiber
18 × Tin.png Metal
300 × Gold Coin.png Gold Coin

Added in version 532.08

The carrack is a modular ship that allows for 3 large sails. It is a 2-deck ship that fits in a small armoured dock.

Build info

The carrack is built using the Advanced Shipyard. Unlike other modular ships, the Carrack and the Cog do not requre a blueprint to craft.

The Carrack comes in as a blank canvas for players to use as they advance. By adding custom modules this ship can serve in battle, exploration, or trade

Additional info

Requires an Armour Patch Kit/Patch Kit to repair instead of replaceable plank items.

General


Level increment

Additional weight : ??

Adds more maximum weight capacity to the ship, while reducing the weight's effect on speed

Additional Crew : ??

Increases the total number of passengers allowed on the ship.

Sturdiness : ??

Reduced ship sinking rate, and reduces the rate of offshore item spoiling and character vitals depletion.

Accommodations : ??

Adds more beds, improve crew anchored automatic hull repairing speed, and reduces overall crew payment amount.

GALLERY

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