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==Characteristics==
 
==Characteristics==
The Floating World Class cruise liners were designed to be the height of luxury, costing one million [[credit]]s to buy, and 32,000 credits per year in maintenance costs. Passengers traveling on Floating World Class vessels could expect to pay around three hundred credits a day for the privilege. Consisting of five individual decks, ships of the Floating World Class employed four thrust engines—two on either side of the vessel—to propel it through space. Over eighty crew served aboard the a Floating World Class, including [[officer]]s and security personnel, [[space hand]]s, passenger care specialists, [[Companion's Guild|Companions]], and various entertainers. The ship could carry 600 tons of fuel, giving the vessel the ability to fly for 1,200 hours before needing to refuel, and contained forty-three passenger cabins and three VIP suites for passenger comfort. Sixteen 20-ton [[life boat]]s and six [[passenger shuttle]]s were also carried aboard.
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The Floating World Class cruise liners were designed to be the height of luxury, costing one million [[credit]]s to buy, and 32,000 credits per year in maintenance costs. Passengers traveling on Floating World Class vessels could expect to pay around three hundred credits a day for the privilege. Consisting of five individual decks, ships of the Floating World Class employed four thrust engines—two on either side of the vessel—to propel it through space. Over eighty crew served aboard the a Floating World Class, including [[officer]]s and security personnel, [[space hand]]s, passenger care specialists, [[Companion's Guild|Companions]], and various entertainers. The ship could carry 600 tons of fuel, giving the vessel the ability to fly for 1,200 hours (50 days) before needing to refuel, and contained forty-three passenger cabins and three VIP suites for passenger comfort. Sixteen 20-ton [[life boat]]s and six [[passenger shuttle]]s were also carried aboard.
   
 
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===Deck 1===
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