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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 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.
 
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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[[File:FWC Deck 1-2.jpg|thumb|left|Schematics of Decks 1-2]]
 
===Deck 1===
 
===Deck 1===
[[File:FWC Deck 1-2.jpg|thumb|right|200px|Schematics of Decks 1-2]]
 
 
 
Deck 1 was the lowest level of the ship and contained the vessel's [[power converter]]s and engine room towards the aft, as well as other ship systems such as the landing gear, air locks, and exterior docking ring. Deck 1 was also the location of the ship's two cargo bays at the fore of the ship, as well as crew quarters and bathrooms in the middle. A guest gangway, which allowed passengers access to the ship when it was landed on a [[planet]], led to a reception area where guests were received before being taken to quarters on the upper levels. A small security post was also located near to the reception.
 
Deck 1 was the lowest level of the ship and contained the vessel's [[power converter]]s and engine room towards the aft, as well as other ship systems such as the landing gear, air locks, and exterior docking ring. Deck 1 was also the location of the ship's two cargo bays at the fore of the ship, as well as crew quarters and bathrooms in the middle. A guest gangway, which allowed passengers access to the ship when it was landed on a [[planet]], led to a reception area where guests were received before being taken to quarters on the upper levels. A small security post was also located near to the reception.
   
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===Deck 3===
 
===Deck 3===
[[File:FWC Deck 3-4.jpg|thumb|right|200px|Schematics of Decks 3-4]]
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[[File:FWC Deck 3-4.jpg|thumb|right|Schematics of Decks 3-4]]
 
 
Deck 3 was one of the passenger decks on a Floating World Class vessel. The forward section of the deck contained an amphitheater with seating for up to five hundred people, as well as a full-depth stage that was able to put on a large variety of entertainment. A small backstage area and concierge station served the amphitheater. Quarters for the entertainers were located near to the amphitheater, which included bathrooms and a private mess complete with pantry and larder.
 
Deck 3 was one of the passenger decks on a Floating World Class vessel. The forward section of the deck contained an amphitheater with seating for up to five hundred people, as well as a full-depth stage that was able to put on a large variety of entertainment. A small backstage area and concierge station served the amphitheater. Quarters for the entertainers were located near to the amphitheater, which included bathrooms and a private mess complete with pantry and larder.
   
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Deck 4 was another passenger deck. The forward section contained an area exclusively for Companion services, including a companion lounge and promenade, as well as access to the six [[passenger shuttle]]s that were used by Companions to conduct their business in. The main security office was located on the companion promenade. The aft of the deck was reserved for passenger cabins and VIP suites. A secondary security office and a Companion office were located in the aft section.
 
Deck 4 was another passenger deck. The forward section contained an area exclusively for Companion services, including a companion lounge and promenade, as well as access to the six [[passenger shuttle]]s that were used by Companions to conduct their business in. The main security office was located on the companion promenade. The aft of the deck was reserved for passenger cabins and VIP suites. A secondary security office and a Companion office were located in the aft section.
   
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[[File:FWC Deck 5.jpg|thumb|left|Schematics of Deck 5]]
 
===Deck 5===
 
===Deck 5===
[[File:FWC Deck 5.jpg|thumb|right|200px|Schematics of Deck 5]]
 
 
 
Deck 5 was the operations deck of the vessel. The forward part of the vessel contained the cabins for both the [[captain]] and [[pilot]], along with a conference room for staff meetings. The fore boat deck, which allowed access to eight of the ship's [[life boat]]s, dominated the front of the vessel. The ship's bridge sat in the center of the deck. Behind the bridge was the top level of the Grand Staircase, which gave passengers access to the aft boat deck—containing access to the other eight life boats—and the ship's [[infirmary]].
 
Deck 5 was the operations deck of the vessel. The forward part of the vessel contained the cabins for both the [[captain]] and [[pilot]], along with a conference room for staff meetings. The fore boat deck, which allowed access to eight of the ship's [[life boat]]s, dominated the front of the vessel. The ship's bridge sat in the center of the deck. Behind the bridge was the top level of the Grand Staircase, which gave passengers access to the aft boat deck—containing access to the other eight life boats—and the ship's [[infirmary]].
   
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