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All Ships in Pillars of Eternity 2: Deadfire

In this guide we will discuss a few questions: where to find new ships and how to improve them, and also talk about the role of crew members.

Most of the map is taken by water, so half of the game time you will spend at sea.

General information

All ships differ from each other by a set of crew, the number of installed guns, a margin of strength for the hull and sail, the speed of rotation and movement. But there are some things that unite all the ships.

 

  1. Each ship must have a surgeon, a navigator and a cook. In principle, you can manage without them, but the presence of such accelerates the treatment, gives a bonus on food. The navigator allows you to quickly detect visible targets when traveling to sea.
  2. On each ship there are five additional slots located on the right side of the information window: the steering wheel, lights, an anchor and two additional cells, where you can install special goods to give luxury to the captain's cabin and install a pen for pets in the bow of the ship. The last two cells respond for cosmetic changes, the first three give specific bonuses associated with the speed of movement, etc.

Characteristics of ships and how to get them

All other ships (in addition to the sloop) are sold from the ship's master on the island of Neketaka, which is in the upper left corner of Queen's Quay.

Talk to him and ask him to demonstrate the goods. You can buy the same cosmetics for the captain's cabin and the animal enclosure, various sails, hulls, anchors, steering wheels and lanterns. Carefully read the products and understand what and what is needed here.

You can buy Voyager, Dhow, Galleon and Junk. Consider the differences between these ships.

Voyager

Cost: 20 thousand copper. Where to buy: Ship master on Neketake (Quay of the Queen). Minimum number of crew: 5 people. Maximum number of crew: 12 people. Sail Health: 25. Hull Health: 50.

Speed in combat: 60 m / round (this is so you can move if you select "Full speed"). Travel speed: 41. Turning time: 1 turn. Time for sailing: 1 turn. The location of the guns: two at the stern, one in the bow.

Dhow

Cost: 35,000 copper. Where to buy: Ship master on Neketake (Quay of the Queen). The minimum number of crew: 7 people. Maximum number of crew: 16 people. Sail Health: 40. Hull Health: 80.

Speed in combat: 55 m / round (this is the way you can move if you select "Full Turn"). Travel speed: 38. Turning time: 2 turns. Time for slinging: 2 turns. The location of the guns: three on the left side, three on the starboard side.

Galleon

Cost: 50,000 copper. Where to buy: Ship master on Nekitake (Quay of the Queen). The minimum number of crew: 8 people. Maximum number of crew: 18 people. Sail Health: 40. Hull Health: 120.

Speed in combat: 40 m / round (this is the way you can move if you select "Full Turn"). Travel speed: 38. Turning time: 2 turns. Time for slinging: 3 turns. The location of the guns: four on the left side, four on the starboard side.

Junk

Cost: 60,000 copper. Where to buy: Ship master on Nekitake (Quay of the Queen). The minimum number of crew: 9 people. Maximum number of crew: 21 people. Sail Health: 75. Hull Health: 95.

Speed in combat: 80 m / round (this is the way you can move if you select "Full stroke"). Travel speed: 63. Turning time: 2 turns. Time for slinging: 3 turns. The location of the guns: five on the left side, five on the starboard side.

How to improve a ship

You must buy individual items to improve the ship - sails, body, steering wheel, lantern and anchor. All this is sold by various traders (not all), but most of such items are from the ship's master at Neketake.

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