|Type (technical or magic)||Technical|
|User||The Anti-Cliché and Mary-Sue Elimination Society|
|Introduced In||"Insert Hell or High Water Here"|
The multiple-deck cruising yacht has everything one would assume a mundane, non-luxury yacht of eighty feet would have. It contains berths enough for a large mission in several staterooms, a pair of bathrooms, a galley, plenty of dinghys and multiple decks. It certainly seems to be sturdy and resilient enough to endure plotholes, fandom-related time jumps, being rammed by Liopleurodon, All-Purpose Cavity Plot Insulation and French Toast.
The yacht’s name has been changed so much it is unlikely that a single name will ever be decided on (and it’s more fun that way).
- The wheel house is high-tech enough to be efficient but not as much to be confusing. There is a large radar and sonar system, a radio, a ship’s wheel and other controls for the vessel’s movement and sensors.
- Propulsion is achieved by both powerful engines and large sails.
- Diving equipment such as a specific diving platform, lines and tanks.
- Heavy-duty fishing equipment such as rods, nets and bracers.
- Tender cranes and tanks large enough to store a lot of fish…including a certain very large plesiosaur.
The team that came on the mission were able to follow the canon Ancient Mariner through a couple of different prehistoric eras, and though they were unable to apprehend Ocean Fields, they still returned jubilant and with a new pet, Fish Finger.
The yacht underwent several mutinies and subsequent name-changes during the mission, and still no-one can agree on a name. During Sea Monsters, the boat’s name went from: