From Second Skies
Second Skies manufactures a number of different airships for different purposes. Continue reading for a brief description of each airship, or click one of the links on the right for a more thorough description of a particular airship.
2000 series: Modern Marvels
The 2000 series contains our airships with a more modern look and feel.
- SSA-2021 Moffett: The gold standard of modern airships, perfect for cruising and advertising.
- SSA-2031 Spirit of the Pilgrim: Our largest physical flyer, with our most advanced scripting, the new standard for airships in Second Life.
- SSA-2051 Zephyros: An airship of unusual style. From the top-side cockpit to the chrome air scoop and jet engine, this is truly something different.
1900 series: Classical Elegance
The 1900 series contains our airships inspired by the airships of the 20th century and by retro-futuristic worlds like Crimson Skies or Sky Captain and the World of Tomorrow.
- SSA-1901 Lakehurst: Invoking the classical elegance of the great zeppelins.
- SSA-1911 Tin Man: A combat airship inspired by the ZMC-2.
- SSA-1931 Prometheus: Our 124m long, multi-object, non-physical airship. Makes a great prefab sky-mansion!
- SSA-1941 Deukalion: Son of Prometheus, for those who need something a tad smaller (84m long).
1800 series: Steampunk Skies
The 1800 series contains our airships designed as if Jules Verne's world were our own.
- SSA-1801 Vagabond: The tramp steamer of the skies.
- SSA-1811 Exocet: That's French for "flying fish".
- SSA-1871 Steamray: If Captain Nemo built an airship, what would look like?
- SSA-1881 Seagull: Proto-seaplane airship, almost lighter than air.
Before Second Skies, there was DreamTech Aeronautics. Three airships were released under the DreamTech name: