Spurl/Gvurddon Trade Routes

Gvurddon trade

Here is a trade map for the area you’re travelling through which will give you some idea as to which worlds might be interesting and which have nothing of interest.

Here is the key:

The red lines represent minor routes. These routes are the smallest which still have regularly scheduled traffic. Usually between four and eight small liners and an equal number of free traders ply this route, with a general average of one ship per day entering or leaving each port. As an average there is 1,000 dtons of cargo and 20 passengers per week.

The yellow lines represent feeder routes. These routes are served by the larger freighters, generally between four and eight, with an equal number of smaller liners and free traders. While only two to four ship per day leave or enter port, they are larger ships than on a minor route. As an average there is 10,000 dtons of cargo and 200 passengers per week along the route.

The green lines represent intermediate routes. These routes are served by twenty to forty freighters and a smaller number of liners and free traders. On average ten ships per day enter or leave port. As an average, there is 100,000 dtons of cargo and 2,000 passengers per week along the route.

The cyan lines represent main routes. These routes see the use of the very large mega-freighters, and there are still dozens of smaller freighters and liners. There may be as many as 20 ships per day entering or leaving port. As an average there is one million dtons of cargo and 20,000 passengers per week along the route.

Spurl/Gvurddon Trade Routes

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