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Delaya-class courier
Production information
Manufacturer

Hoersch-Kessel Drive, Inc.

Model

Delaya-class courier

Technical specifications
Length

70 meters

Maximum speed (atmosphere)

950 km/h

Engine unit(s)

21 HKD ion engines

Hyperdrive rating
  • Class 7.0
  • Backup Class 15
Shielding

Equipped

Hull

Articulated armor plates

Armament
Crew

2

Minimum crew

1

Passengers

8

Cargo capacity

10 metric tons

Consumables

2 weeks

Other systems

1 escape pod

Usage
Role(s)

Transport

Era(s)

Old Republic era

Affiliation

The Delaya-class courier was a Galactic Republic military starship developed circa 4,000 BBY. It was designed and built by Hoersch-Kessel Drive while the company was owned by Duros.

Contents

Characteristics

The Delaya-class courier was designed to match a starfighter for speed and maneuverability. Unlike Corellia StarDrive's Coruscant-class Heavy Courier, most of the ship was habitable. The complex automatic systems integrated into the craft allowed it to be operated by a single person.

This aerodynamic starship had an insectoid appearance and featured 21 HKD ion engines. These engines were set in blocks of three on servo-controlled mountings to negate the need for maneuvering thrusters. The courier was also lightly armed with only 2 rotating laser cannons and 1 proton torpedo launcher. For further agility, a computer system controlled multiple layers of extendable vanes and aerofoils . This ensured that the courier had a good aerodynamic shape during atmospheric travel.

Known ships

Appearances

  • Tales of the Jedi: Knights of the Old Republic (First appearance)

Sources

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