The Galleon is one of the available sea-worth vessels in Atlas MMO Game. The Galleon is the sixth tier of boat you can build and sail in Atlas MMO Game.
How to Get a Galleon in Atlas
After building the Large Shipyard, you will have the option to build the Structural Skeleton for the Galleon. Once this is built, you must then add the component parts, such as the Sails, Decks and Planks..
1 Structural Skeleton
6 Large Wood Ship Decks (can use 3 if you would like more space)
2,400 Fibers (400 ea)
3,900 Thatch (650 ea)
5,160 Wood (860 ea)
120 additional Wood Ceilings are needed to close the top decks (2400 Fibers, 7200 Thatch, 4800 Wood in total), though this will seal them completely, blocking access to the lower decks - you may wish to use at least one Roof or Staircase tile to permit access below decks.
74 Large Wood Plank
113,960 Fibers (1540 ea)
1,776 Metal (24 ea)
97,680 Thatch (1320 ea)
113,960 Wood (1540 ea)
Up to 52 planks may be swapped out for Large Wood Gunports (80,080 Fibers, 13,312 Metal, 68,640 Thatch, 80,080 Wood each).
1 Ship Steering Wheel
The Galleon has the capacity for 16 units of Sails, providing many different options for Sails combinations.
How to Sail a Galleon in Atlas
Mechanics, Controls etc
Galleon Notes and Upgrades
The Galleon starts out with the capacity to support two Beds.
As your Galleon gains experience, you will be able to allocate levels in the following increments:
Additional Weight: +300
Increases the Ship's maximum weight capacity, and reduces the effect of weight on the Ship's speed.
Additional Crew: +1.0
Increased the number of crewmen and passengers permitted on board.
Reduces the likelihood of the Ship sinking, and reduces the rates of offshore item spoilage and depletion of character vitals.
More beds on board, faster automatic hull repairs while at anchor and lowered AI crew payment.
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Why does it say I can put more then 3 decks?
FYI - If you fill in ALL of the gaps in the decks, you will use 120 ceiling tiles.
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