The Lady-class Luxury Liner was a 310-meter long passenger cruiser design produced by Shobquix Yards. Ships of this design were considered part of the wider M-class subset of the luxury liner classification.


Armed with four twin-blaster turrets and equipped with a fairly standard Class 2 hyperdrive, the Lady-class Liner offered a number of activities to its passengers on relatively safe voyages. Most vessels conducted sightseeing and vacation tours, both on major routes and in distant territories.

Although traveling to remote locations, the liners never picked up or discharged passengers in these areas, due to regulations and lack of suitably large spaceports. Boarding or disembarking would only occur at the ship's home port or at scheduled stops along the way.

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