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==Properties==
 
==Properties==
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Each ship class has several distinct properties which affect combat performance:
 
Each ship class has several distinct properties which affect combat performance:
;{{Icon|hull}}'''Hullsize'''
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*{{Icon|hull}}'''Hullsize''': Represents the durability of the ship.
: Represents the durability of the ship.
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*{{Icon|sailors}}'''Sailors''': The number of sailors required to crew the ship.
;{{Icon|sailors}}'''Sailors'''
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*{{Icon|cannons}}'''Cannons''': Determines the damage done in combat.
: The number of sailors required to crew the ship.
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*{{Icon|ship speed}}'''Speed''': Refers to the tactical movement speed of the unit in battle, which is supposed to affect the naval positioning rating of the fleet during battles, and thus determine if a ship will or will not attack during a round of naval combat. This is distinct from the strategic movement speed of the unit between different sea zones.
;{{Icon|cannons}}'''Cannons'''
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*{{Icon|engagement width}}'''Engagement width''': Determines how many ''spaces'' a ship occupies in the [[engagement width]] of a naval battle.
: Determines the damage done in combat.
 
;{{Icon|ship speed}}'''Speed'''
 
: Refers to the tactical movement speed of the unit in battle, which is supposed to affect the naval positioning rating of the fleet during battles, and thus determine if a ship will or will not attack during a round of naval combat. This is distinct from the strategic movement speed of the unit between different sea zones.
 
;{{Icon|engagement width}}'''Engagement width'''
 
: Determines how many ''spaces'' a ship occupies in the [[engagement width]] of a naval battle.
 
  
 
Additionally, ''light ships'' have a unique property:
 
Additionally, ''light ships'' have a unique property:
;{{Icon|trade power}}'''Trade power'''
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*{{Icon|trade power}}'''Trade power''': Represents the potential trade power value of this ship if ordered to [[Protect trade|protect trade]] in a particular trade node.
: Represents the potential trade power value of this ship if ordered to [[Protect trade|protect trade]] in a particular trade node.
 
  
 
==Movement speed==
 
==Movement speed==
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The speed values listed for naval units in-game refer to their tactical movement speed in battle. The strategic movement speed determines how fast a ship can travel between sea zones on the map.
 
The speed values listed for naval units in-game refer to their tactical movement speed in battle. The strategic movement speed determines how fast a ship can travel between sea zones on the map.
  
 
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! Ship type
 
! Ship type
! Tactical speed
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! Tactical Speed
! Strategic speed
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! Strategic Speed
 
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| style="text-align:left" | Heavy ships
 
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==Durability==
 
==Durability==
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{{desc|Ship durability|Ship Durability measures how much of a beating your Navy can take in battle before sinking below the sea. The higher it is, the better.}}
 
{{desc|Ship durability|Ship Durability measures how much of a beating your Navy can take in battle before sinking below the sea. The higher it is, the better.}}
The durability of a ship determines how much damage a ship takes from incoming fire. For example, a {{green|10%}} durability modifier would mean that a ship would lose 9 sailors instead of 10 sailors during battle (does not affect damage from [[attrition]]). A ship's base durability depends on its hullsize.
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The durability of a ship determines how much damage a ship takes from incoming fire. For example, a {{green|10%}} durability modifier would mean that a ship would lose 9 sailors instead of 10 sailors during battle (does not affect damage from [[Attrition|attrition]]). A ship's base durability depends on its hullsize.
 
 
 
These modifiers increase the durability of any type of ship:
 
These modifiers increase the durability of any type of ship:
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! style="width:30px" | [[File:ship durability.png|24px]]
 
! Conditions
 
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| align=right | {{green|+20%}} ||
 
* as {{icon|eoc}} Emperor of China and active ‘Promote Naval Officers’ degree
 
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| align=right | {{green|+10%}} ||
 
* with a [[ruler]] with {{icon|navigator personality}} ‘navigator’ {{DLC-only|personality}}
 
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| align=right | {{green|+5%}} ||
 
* with a naval leader with ‘Ironside’ {{DLC-only|personality}}
 
* with ‘[[Mughal Diwan]]’ government reform and assimilated Britsh culture group
 
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Ideas and policies:
 
 
{{bonus table|ship durability}}
 
{{bonus table|ship durability}}
There are also many modifiers from decisions, events and missions that affect ship durability.
 
  
 
==Heavy ships==
 
==Heavy ships==

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