Sloop

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Sloops are one of six possible ships purchased with silvers in the Open Sea Adventures system.

Ship Comparison

Table of Ship Statistics
Ship Cost (silv.) Repairs (silv.) Reputation Requirement Interactable Sails Classification Room Count Max Characters Max Speed Rating Min Cannons Max Cannons Min Supplies Max Supplies Min Hull Strength Max Hull Strength Max Cargo Bin Capacity
Sloop 5 million 25K Neutral One Light 5 3 8 2 4 40 70 100 400 60lbs
Brigantine 25 million 50K Friendly Two Medium 8 5 7 3 6 60 90 200 500 80lbs
Carrack 50 million 75K Amiable Two Medium 9 8 7 4 7 60 100 300 600 120lbs
Galleon 200 million 100K Exalted Two Heavy 10 12 5 10 14 100 150 700 1000 200lbs
Frigate 250 million 100K Exalted Two Heavy 10 14 6 8 12 100 150 500 800 240lbs
Man O' War 400 million 150K Ally Three Heavy 12 20 4 14 18 150 225 900 1200 300lbs

Purchasing a Sloop

>ask sales about buy sloop
The ship salesman says, "Sloops are single masted and are classified as a LIGHT ship.  They are faster than any ship on the sea.  We can outfit it with TWO cannons per side to start with a maximum of THREE.  It can't hold much in the cargo hold and the hull can't take much damage.  You can bring along up to TWO friends with you on this pup.  This is an excellent starting point for any aspiring captain!  This ship costs 5,000,000 silvers."

>ask sales about buy sloop
The ship salesman says, "So you want to buy a Sloop?  Lets go over the specifics.
 Ship Classification: Light
 Mast(s): 1
 Speed Rating: Very Fast
 Hull Strength: 1
 Cannons per side: 2 with a maximum of 3
 Maximum Passengers: 3

Clarence continues, "This ship will cost 5000000 silvers.  We'll take a note from anywhere.  Are you sure this is what you want?"
[Please repeat this command within the next 30 seconds to confirm your purchase.  Please note, all sales are final!]

>ask sales about buy sloop
Clarence exclaims, "Congratulations on your purchase of a Sloop!"  The ship salesman loudly rings a bell sitting nearby.  He leans close and whispers, "Ask my twin outside about how to get your ship to a pier."
  The ship salesman pauses before continuing, "As part of tradition we have named your ship for you.  Henceforth, you are now the captain of the <name>!  If you don't like it you can visit the ship registrar and try your luck at another random name."