|Da Vinci Class Carrier|
The NR Da Vinci
|Nationality:||Kingdom of Europa|
|Operated by:||Royal Navy of Europa|
|Propulsion:||RN W13 biogasoline engines|
|Speed:||40 knots (46 mph)|
|Maximum speed:||47 knots (54 mph)|
|Aircraft carried:||35 (including EAS-Marelli M7 Navy)|
|Cost:||over L. 1bn|
The Da Vinci-Class aircraft carrier is a modern naval ship soon to enter service with the Royal Navy of Europa. This ship is presently the fastest aircraft carrier in the world, with a speed of 47 knots. As a consequence, the carrying capacity has been reduced to 35 planes. Presently only the NR Leonardo Da Vinci has been built.
The ship's design was built to be aerodynamically and aquatically efficient (streamlined) and was inspired by solar-powered cars.
The Da Vinci is powered by RN W13 biogasoline engines, which are very powerful and efficient. The