|Manufacturer||Musashi Industrial and Starflight Concern (MISC)|
|Cargo capacity||48 - 98,304 SCU|
|Pledge cost||60 - 550 USD|
|Null-cargo mass||14,303 - 3,241,052 kg|
|Length||22 - 372 m|
In short, the MISC Hull series of ships is how cargo gets from place to place. An inter-connected system of ships designed around the same principles and intended to share the same equipment and maintenance processes, MISC has created the Hull A through E to provide countless options for every type of merchant.
From the single-person Hull A to the super-massive Hull E bulk freighter, there’s a Hull for every job. Each ship includes a manned cab, a drive unit and a telescoping cargo spindle. When laden, the spindle expands to accept cargo pallets; while unloaded, the spindle retracts for faster, more maneuverable travel.
The smallest, most affordable Hull. The Hull A is great for those just striking out in the galaxy on their own.
The middle ground between single-person transporters and massive superfreighters
The Hull D kicks off the larger end of the spectrum with a massive ship built around a rugged frame.
The ultimate "two-trips-are-for-pansies"-edition of the Hull series. A ship so massive it requires proper planning and preparation for the trips it will make.