The Insane Prince was a Beaudo Class Runabout. A simple ship, one main deck, built more for speed and maneuverability at sub-light speeds and within an atmosphere. She had two rooms, one state room for the Captain / pilot and one for a copilot or mission specialist. In this case, it was jus Vlad. Two micro torpedo launchers were already outfit for launches the smaller Recon Probes, which were more useful for planetary use.
It was a fine ship, looked to be hardly used, a metallic grey color. In the hangar bay on Nimbus it was sitting in it’s berth, as Vlad came to it the hangar crews looked like they had just finished refueling it. Fuel lines giving off a faint mist of cooled water air had just been unhooked from the ship and were being pulled back to refuel the next ship on the list.
The ramp was down, allowing Vlad to head right in. A single security officer was there, though he didn’t make an aggressive or intense challenge, when Vlad heads up to the ship he would be asked for his identification and then allowed to enter. Inside the ship was spartan, but looked like it would be comfortable to work in. The ramp goes up into the ship right in front of the engine room at a T-intersection. To the right was a corridor that bent around to the lounge area and a door to a small cabin and another to a workshop. To the left there was an office / armory and a storage room and then the same lounge.
Inside the lounge there was bench seating with a small table to the left, a replicator to the right, and in the center-back wall a computer terminal with some storage cabinets and counter space. From the lounge one could get to a storage room and the medical bay. To the left the head and the captains quarters. Ahead there was a corridor which ended in the cockpit.
Inside the cockpit there was a mission ops / science / engineering console – basically just a secondary console for whatever was needed with a chair and then the pilots seat with the main controls and the window.
This class had the windows at the front of the ship on the underside of the hull, another bit of evidence that the designers may have intended this for planetary usage. One could get a better view of what was ahead / under them than a lot of other runabouts. The dedication plaque on the after of the cockpit had the quote; “One man to live in pleasure and wealth, whiles all other weap and smart for it, that is the part not of a king, but of a jailor.” - Sir Thomas More
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