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Ships are a core mechanic of Atlas. Ships are built in shipyards and used to travel the world and fight other ships.
Building a ship[edit | edit source]
You will need to create a shipyard to build a ship, and you unlock the ability to do this via the Seamanship tree (Survivalism Tree > Construction & Mercantilism Tree > Seamanship Tree). It currently takes 11 skill points to get to (and unlock) the first shipbuilding node in the Seamanship tree (Basics of Sailing).
|Shipyard||Structure Resources Required||Ships Craftable||Ship/Skeleton Resources Required||Ship Attributes||Required Components|
|Maximum Number of Masts||Maximum Sail Units||Starting Crew Capacity||Starting Number of Beds||Starting Weight Capacity||Starting Ship/Spine Health||Total Required Decks||Total Required Planks||Maximum Number of Gunports|
|Shipyardsman||Raft||1 fixed||None||3 (+0.2)||1 (+0.2)||900 (+30)||4000||None||None||None|
|Ramshackle Sloop||225 x Fibers
||2||2.0||3 (+0.5)||1 (+0.5)||1200 (+100)||None||None||None|
|Raft||1 fixed||None||3 (+0.2)||1 (+0.2)||900 (+30)||4000||None||None||None|
|Small Shipyard||Sloop||2||2||3 (+1.0)||1 (+1.0)||3300 (+100)||1 Small Wood Ship Deck||12 Small Wood Plank||None|
|Schooner||3||4||14 (+1.0)||1 (+1.0)||9000 (+200)||2 Medium Wood Ship Deck||28 Medium Wood Plank||10 Medium Wood Gunport|
|Large Shipyard||Brigantine||5||8.6||16 (+1.0)||2 (+1.0)||15000 (+400)||3 Medium Wood Ship Deck||40 Medium Wood Plank||12 Medium Wood Gunport|
|Galleon||6||16||59 (+2.0)||2 (+1.0)||30000 (+600)||6 Large Wood Ship Deck||74 Large Wood Plank||52 Large Wood Gunport|
To start building a ship, you need to first build a shipyard (be sure to place the shipyard entirely in water even if the placement system allows you to place it half in), and then construct a ship frame from that shipyard (it works exactly like the other crafting stations, just deposit your resources and click on the frame you want to craft).
Note: For ships beyond the Raft and Dinghy, you will also need a Smithy and a Loom to craft the planks, decks, and sails, as well as some of the structures you may want to install on the ship.
Once you have a frame crafted, you'll need to craft a deck and some planks. When attempting to place them on the frame, you'll see the locations that the part can snap to.
When all of your decks and planks are placed, you can craft wooden walls, ceilings, doors, etc. to place on the ship to build your cabins and compartments. These will take on special ship-styled appearances once placed.
Types of ships[edit | edit source]
Tiny ships[edit | edit source]
Small ships[edit | edit source]
Medium Ships[edit | edit source]
Large ships[edit | edit source]
NPC ships[edit | edit source]
- Ghost Ship
- Merchant Ship
- Ship of the Damned
Controls[edit | edit source]
Sails[edit | edit source]
Sail Types[edit | edit source]
- Handling: Better catches the wind at more extreme angles, raises, lowers, and turns faster.
- Speed: Provides a speed bonus. Approximately 60% faster than the other sails of the same type.
- Weight: Increases the carrying capacity of the ship. (Small: 1000, Medium: 2500, Large: 4000)
Sail Unit Cost[edit | edit source]
- Small Sails: 1 point
- Medium Sails: 1.7 points
- Large Sails: 2.65 Points
Additional notes[edit | edit source]
Max level depending on shipyard quality level. Ship quality is about 10% less than shipyard quality (it seems) as of march 2019 patch. Ship quality increases maximum level.
Total number of visible characters on the Ship's Name Plate on the Stern of the ship is 18 max characters.
Stats notes[edit | edit source]
weight - adds more maximum weight capacity to ship, while reducing the weight affect on its speed.
resistance - increase the resistance of all the structures on the ship
sturdiness - Reduces sinking rates and reduces rate of offshore item spoiling and character vitals depletion
damage - increaases the damage of cannons and all other ship weapons
extra crew - increases the total number of passengers allowed on the ship
extra beds - adds more beds, improves crew anchored automatic hull repairing speed and reduces overall crew payment amount.
Gallery[edit | edit source]
im adding the spawn commands for the ships here as well as the commands for all the building mats. courtesy of Lexacerbate.
SHIP SPAWN COMMANDS
cheat ssf tank 1 0 0
cheat ssf zephyr 1 0 0
cheat ssf dinghy 1 0 0
cheat ssf raft 1 0 0
cheat ssf sloop 1 0 0
cheat ssf schooner 1 0 0
cheat ssf brigantine 1 0 0
cheat ssf galleon 1 0 0
Cheat gfi <ship name> <quantity> <quality> <blueprint[bool]>
cheat ssf <ship name> <quantity> <quality> <blueprint[bool]>
cheat gfi sail_small 15 0 0
cheat gfi sail_small_weight 15 0 0
cheat gfi sail_small_accel 15 0 0
cheat gfi sail_medium 15 0 0
cheat gfi sail_medium_weight 15 0 0
cheat gfi sail_medium_accel 15 0 0
cheat gfi sail_large 15 0 0
cheat gfi sail_large_weight 15 0 0
cheat gfi sail_large_accel 15 0 0
cheat gfi ship_deck_wood_small 15 0 0
cheat gfi ship_deck_wood_medium 15 0 0
cheat gfi ship_deck_wood_large 150 0 0
cheat gfi Ship_Plank_Wood_small 15 0 0
cheat gfi Ship_Plank_Wood_medium 15 0 0
cheat gfi Ship_Plank_Wood_large 150 0 0
cheat gfi Ship_Gunport_Wood_medium 15 0 0
cheat gfi Ship_Gunport_Wood_large 150 0 0