Civilian Water Vehicles
|Name||Crew||Pass||Cargo||Init||Maneuver||Top Speed||Defense||Hardness||Hit Points||Size||Purchase DC||Restriction|
|Bayliner 1802 Capri (runabout)||1||5||2,100 lb.||–2||–2||55 (5)||8||5||28||H||28||Lic (+1)|
|Fairline Targa 30 (cabin cruiser)||1||3||2,100 lb.||–4||–4||80 (8)||6||5||40||G||32||Lic (+1)|
|Sea-Doo XP (personal watercraft)||1||1||60 lb.||–1||+1||105 (10)||9||5||22||L||24||Lic (+1)|
Piloting a water vehicle is covered by the Drive skill.
Bayliner 1802 Capri
This is a large runabout—a powerboat with an outboard engine and an open cockpit with a tiny cabin (about the size of the interior of an economy car) forward. It comes with a trailer; loading or unloading it requires a paved boat ramp and 10 minutes of work. The Capri provides one-half cover to occupants in the cockpit or stern, full cover to occupants in the cabin, and no cover to those forward of the cockpit. The Capri is two squares wide and four squares long.
Fairline Targa 30
This cabin cruiser is a motor yacht with two internal diesel engines. It comes equipped with four berths and a fully equipped galley. It provides one-half cover to occupants in the cockpit or stern, full cover to occupants below deck, and no cover to those forward of the cockpit. The Targa is three squares wide and six squares long.
This is a two-seat jet ski that propels itself with a powerful jet of water. The Sea-Doo XP is one square wide and two squares long, and provides no cover for its riders.