Diving Attachment

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Diving Attachment
Diving Attachment.png
Structure
Type Ship Part
Health 12,000
Fuel Oil
Item
Weight 24kg
Added in v1.0
Spawn Command
Crafting
Skill Tree Piracy
Prerequisites
Crafted in Smithy.png Smithy
Ingredients
Resources breakdown
140 × Cotton.png Fibers
46 × Skin.png Hide
62 × Tin.png Metal
260 × Wood.png Wood

Overview[edit | edit source]

The Diving Attachment.png Diving Attachment can be attached to the side of a ship. A Diving Suit.png Diving Suit comes with the platform and can be used to dive deep.

Usage[edit | edit source]

Fill the Diving Attachment.png Diving Attachment with any type of Oil.png Oil. After you put the fuel in, click the "equip diving suit" button. You'll burn through 1 oil per minute. The deeper you dive, the greater the consume factor.

Keep in mind that as you are attached to a hose, you can only travel so far from the Diving Attachment.png Diving Attachment before you will rubber band back. I believe the radius is something like 20 meters (It isn't far).

Diving Suit[edit | edit source]

While wearing the Diving Suit.png Diving Suit you have a few key advantages:

  • As long as the Diving Attachment.png Diving Attachment is powered with some type of Oil.png Oil, you will be able to breathe freely.
  • The suit provides significant hypothermal protection.
  • Wild underwater creatures will ignore you unless you attack them.

The Diving Suit.png Diving Suit also has a few drawbacks:

  • The suit unquips all your armor slots and provides no armor protection.
  • It significantly reduces swim speed when at the water's surface.
  • The suit's hose keeps you from swimming too far away from the platform from side-to-side, although it won't restrict how far down you dive.
  • The suit will automatically unequip if the ship still moves.

To unequip the Diving Suit.png Diving Suit either press e on the Diving Attachment.png Diving Attachment or press x at any time.

Gallery[edit | edit source]

Diving Attachment.png Diving Suit.jpg