R.M.S. Britannic

scale accurate

Detail level: Extreme

do not attempt running this craft on mobile pls upvot


About the ship

Britannic is a sister ship of both the Titanic and Olympic. Construction on Britannic began in 1911, and during the First World War she embarked on her first voyage in 1915 as a hospital ship. In 1916, on her sixth voyage, Britannic struck a mine and sank in the Kea Channel, marking the end of her life. Although Britannic's main purpose was intended to be a luxurious passenger liner, the outbreak of war altered her fate. While details of her intended passenger form remain uncertain, there is information available about what she would have looked like if she hadn't sunk. The detailed recreation of Britannic I made provides insight into her design. I hope you enjoy sailing aboard her, and I hope your computer won't just explode

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here are other versions of the ship

high-medium quality 10758 parts

lowest quality

3034 parts


Locations to explore on the ship

click to see in detail


Here is how to steer this vessel

W-forward(ahead)
S-Backwards(astern)
A-Left(port)
D-Right(starboard)
Throttle-funnel smoke

Steering by an astronaut (capitan view)

click these points to take control of the ship

I recommend doing that by an astronaut


Activation Groups

1.don't touch
2.distress rockets (8)
5.sink mode

recommended settings:

set general settings to low(or lowest) set craft textures to low, and set the water psychics to max

additional notes
  • You can take control of an astronaut on the bridge to explore the walking spaces and the insides of the ship
  • don't activate any stages(don't press space)

GENERAL INFO

  • This craft has been featured
  • Created On: Windows
  • Game Version: 1.3.111.0
  • Price: $691,723k
  • Number of Parts: 13501
  • Dimensions: 167 m x 49 m x 496 m

PERFORMANCE

  • Total Delta V: 0m/s
  • Total Thrust: 8kN
  • Engines: 16
  • Wet Mass: 1.7E+7kg
  • Dry Mass: 5.16E+6kg

STAGES

Stage Engines Delta V Thrust Burn Mass
1 8 0m/s 2kN 1s 1.7E+7kg

7 Comments

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    3,360 qualapungo

    @DE I would say yes

    6 days ago
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    150 DE

    @qualapungo do you think she would survive the Great Depression?

    +1 8 days ago
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    3,360 qualapungo

    @DE this is britannic if she didn't sink in 1916, that is britannic's intended form

    +1 9 days ago
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    150 DE

    Was this when the Britannic was not a hospital ship? And more like its sister ships Titanic and Olympic.

    +1 9 days ago
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    NOW THATS A REAL PC BURNER

    +1 10 days ago
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    7,487 w2semail

    @LeMagicBaguette PC too :)

    +1 10 days ago
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    You can sink the real deal by running this on a phone :)

    +1 11 days ago

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