Gliding thru a patch of algae infested waters in the Mediterranean, the SS is on stand-by alert for any RRR wounded who may need immediate medical attention!
About this creation
With the increasing proliferation of the algae, Sargassum miticum, in Mediterranean waters, the last thing a hospital support ship needs to worry about is getting stuck in a Sargassum miticum gelatinous mat! So the Sargasso Slipper is aptly named and has no worries, as her hull is bonded with Darklas new Marine Algae Permacoat, MAP for short. A real break-thru (pun intended) in Marine Polymer Science, MAP, is a polymeric coating that repulses/breaks-thru the secreted gelatinous outer coating of Sargassum algae, allowing ships to slip effortlessly thru algae infested seas!
Seen up close, from a side view, is the new state of the art design of
The square, microwave antennae, efficiently employing the roof as its mast!
Heres a great perspective of the 1, & ONLY 1, defensive Blast Cannon!
Oh, did you notice the nice big hospital bay doors?
Now, lets meet some of the crew!
2 of the Medical Staff: Dr. Waxin and Nurse Nina
3 of the Naval Crew(l to r): Sea Salt Rocky 77, Lieutenant Commander Bonnie, and Chief Petty Officer Rudy (Last names withheld for security reasons.)
And finally, this lovely view shows-off the recovery bay picture windows!
Those are some busy waters indeed.. Nice and colourful build Topsy!
August 2, 2015
General Creatori, it pains me to inform you that I had to DQ your attack from turn 8. At the time of attack you did not share a border with the defender, nor did you have the range to make the attack. Apologies for the mistake, the map has been adjusted.