A fast attack ship that is yet to be named. Inspired by the Sa'ar class, sort of.
About this creation
Well here it is, a new is creation that turns our to be just a modification of twig22's CR-1 . And lets hope i dont somehow mess the html again.
So where to begin, What you are now viewing is the FAB-???. As you may have noticed i have yet to name it because i cant think of anything, suggestions are appreciated. This FAB is part of a new naval strategy designed to combat anti ship missiles. It was built for only one purpose, to hunt down enemy ships and destroy them, without getting destroyed itself. But how does it do this you may ask? First of all, lets cover some of the fixtures. On top is a radar dish with advanced tracking for guiding the missiles, infact tis armed quite nicely. This FAB has two 50 cal machine guns, shown below, to deal with other small ships and possibly clear beaches.
And here is the kicker. This little boat is equipped with 4 anti ship missiles, although these can be swapped out for 16 anti air missiles. Each missile is capable of sinking a battleship on its own, and the four of them can be ripple fired in quick succession if the ship needs to beat a hasty retreat. these are also pictured below.
But you didnt expect that to be it, with a ship this big one cant just focus on the outside. As such a modular inside was made. The Assault version can carry up to 8 marines in adition to four crew, tis the first picture shown below. Secondly their is the long range version. This version is equipped with a bedroom, a fully stocked kitchen, and a bathroom. Credit for these fixtures goes to Joey4026 . he made them perfectly the first time, and i just had to use them. this version has a crew of 6.
In short, here is a small, hard to hit boat that can be cheaply manufactured and easily maned, yet can take out larger ships fairly easy. I did consider putting reserves of the missiles below, but i figured that might be a bit overpowered. (although i see you out their saying this ship is useless anyway)
Suggestions, comments, critics, and even telling me how bad tis, is welcome in the comments