Navitas

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Navitas
Navitas
Gallente Federation
Gallente Federation
ECM PRIORITY
LOW
Magnetometric
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LOW Priority Target

Refer to your best judgement or the FC instructions on jamming targets. The priority displayed here is meant only as a basic guideline for prioritizing targets on a theoretical level, actual field priority may differ depending on the circumstances.


Standard Frigates
Navitas Class
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Contents

In YC114 each major empire faction, having been embroiled in a harrowing, extensive, long-term war, recognized the growing need for support and logistics functionality in their vessels during the kind of protracted interstellar warfare that might otherwise prove exhausting for its participants. In the Gallente Federation, this led to the redesign and redeployment of the Navitas.

The Navitas had been a solid mining vessel that had seen wide use by independent excavators, along with being one of the best ships available for budding traders and even for much-maligned scavengers. After its redesign, its long-range scanners and sturdy outer shell gave way entirely for remote repairing capabilities, moving the Navitas away from the calming buzz of mining lasers and into the roar of battle.

SHIP BONUSES

Gallente Frigate bonuses (per skill level):
10% bonus to Remote Armor Repairer amount
10% reduction in Remote Armor Repairer activation cost
Role Bonus:
50% bonus to Remote Armor Repairer optimal range
600% bonus to Remote Armor Repairer falloff

Required Skills
Training Time what's this?
25m 0s
Estimated training time only for the listed skills based on zero implants and without neural remaps.
Grouping
▪ Role(s) Logistics
▪ Variations
Thalia
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Thalia
Thalia
Logistics FrigatesNavitas Class
high slots3
(0/2)
middle slots3
low slots4
powergrid55 MW
cpu output155 tf
max. velocity410 m/sec
cargo capacity280 m³

Ship Attributes

Fittings
Powergrid
powergrid
49 MW
CPU
cpu output
145 tf
Capacitor
capacitor
595 GJ
High
high slots
3
Launchers
launcher slots
0
Turrets
turret slots
2
Medium
middle slots
3
Low
low slots
3
Rig
rigs
3
 
small
Calibration
calibration
400
Navigation
Max Velocity
max. velocity
410 m/sec
Inertia Modifier
inertia modifier (agility)
3.75
Warp Speed
inertia modifier (agility)
5 AU/s
Base Time to Warp
base time to warp
7.54 s
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Base Time to Warp is essentially the time needed for this ship to align and accelerate until it reaches 75% of its top speed and goes to warp. The time displayed here is the base calculated time with no account for any warp related skills, modules or any other effects.
Drones
Drone Capacity
drone capacity
5 m³
Drone Bandwith
drone bandwith
5 Mbit/sec
Targeting
Max Tgt. Range
max. targeting range
38.00 km
Max Locked Targets
max. locked targets
7
Magnetometric Sensor
Magnetometric sensor strength
11 points
Sig. Radius
ship signature radius
36 m
Scan Res.
scan resolution
875 mm
Structure
Structure Hitpoints
structure hitpoints
335 HP
Mass
ship mass
1,450,000 kg
Volume
ship volume
10,000 m³
Cargo Capacity
cargo capacity
280 m³
Shields
Shield Capacity
shields
250 HP
Shield Resistances
EM
shield electromagnetic resistance
0
THR
shield thermal resistance
20
KIN
shield kinetic resistance
40
EXP
shield explosive resistance
50
Armor
Armor Hitpoints
armor
400 HP
Armor Resistances
EM
shield electromagnetic resistance
50
THR
armor thermal resistance
35
KIN
armor kinetic resistance
35
EXP
armor explosive resistance
10


Summary

The Navitas is the Gallente Logistics Frigate; Navitas pilots repair their fleetmates’ ships during battle. The Navitas is bonused for remote armor repair, which matches the Gallente racial focus on armor tanking. The ship’s bonuses to remote armor repairer amount, activation, and range make the underwhelming base stats of small remote armor repairers practically useful. Flying the Navitas is a great first step in learning about Logistics. Navitas pilots often go on train into heavier Tech I logistics cruisers (such as the Gallente Exequror), and then Tech II logistics ships (including the Thalia and Oneiros). But the Navitas is also effective all on its own, especially as a component of frigate or destroyer gangs, where speed is key.

One defining challenge of flying Tech I logistics frigates in general, and the Navitas in particular, is sustaining enough capacitor to run the ship. Remote repair modules are extremely cap-intensive, so the Navitas is typically fit to boost available capacitor—with cap rechargers in mid slots, capacitor control circuit or remote repair augmentor rigs, and, if necessary, “Enduring” remote armor repairers (which consume less cap). Training character skills that boost capacitor will also help. It might seem that fitting the Navitas with an afterburner instead of a microwarpdrive (MWD) could spare some capacitor. But the Navitas needs to keep up with its small-ship fleetmates in order to repair them, so it usually needs an MWD. Pilots fitting the Navitas should use the in-game fitting simulation window, or an out-of-game tool like Pyfa, to match any fit to their specific skills and to gauge the ship’s cap stability. (This also means you may need to swap out modules on any pre-fit Navitas hulls that you purchase on corp contracts, to make them work with your skills.)

Compared to the Amarr Inquisitor—the other Tech I armor logistics frigate—the Navitas has less tank and less native capacitor. The Navitas is fine, but Omega characters are encouraged to cross-train into the Amarr logistics frigate.

Skills

Remote Armor Repair Systems I
Energy Grid Upgrades II
Afterburner I
Hull Upgrades II

Fittings

AB
Navitas: AB
EFT
[Navitas, AB]
Small Remote Armor Repairer II
Small Remote Armor Repairer II
Small Remote Armor Repairer II

F-90 Compact Sensor Booster
Small Capacitor Booster II
1MN Monopropellant Enduring Afterburner

400mm Rolled Tungsten Compact Plates
Damage Control II
Energized Adaptive Nano Membrane II

Small Trimark Armor Pump I
Small Ancillary Current Router I
Small Anti-Explosive Pump I


Warrior II x1

Targeting Range Script x1
Navy Cap Booster 400 x10

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FITTING DIFFICULTY
EVE VERSION
ASCENSION
ALPHA CAN USE
UNSET
EFT
FLEET-UP
SKILLS
NOTES
RECOMMENDED SKILLS
NOTES
  • Downgrade AB (1st) or Repairers (2nd) in case of issues with PWG
MWD
Navitas: MWD
EFT
[Navitas, MWD]
Small Solace Scoped Remote Armor Repairer
Small Solace Scoped Remote Armor Repairer
Small Solace Scoped Remote Armor Repairer

F-90 Compact Sensor Booster
Small Capacitor Booster II
5MN Y-T8 Compact Microwarpdrive

400mm Rolled Tungsten Compact Plates
Energized Adaptive Nano Membrane II
Damage Control II

Small Ancillary Current Router II
Small Anti-Explosive Pump I
Small Trimark Armor Pump I



Targeting Range Script x1
Navy Cap Booster 400 x10

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FITTING DIFFICULTY
EVE VERSION
ASCENSION
ALPHA CAN USE
UNSET
EFT
FLEET-UP
SKILLS
NOTES
RECOMMENDED SKILLS
NOTES


Tactics

New Navitas pilots should read the Tactics section of the UniWiki’s Logistics guide, and attend a Logistics 101 practical exercise; these will provide some details on how to fly logistics frigates. Some tips on flying the Navitas:

  • Watch your capacitor, and deactivate modules when they aren't needed. As explained above, you may not have enough capacitor to run every module, all the time. When you first land at an engagement, you’ll need to use your MWD to position yourself relative to the fleet. But then, once you are in position, you won’t need your MWD any more. Remember to turn it off!
Likewise, as your fleetmates start to take damage, it’s easy to overreact by activating all three repairers at once. Instead, try to activate them gradually, one by one, to see if you can spare capacitor by running just one or two. And if you need to switch targets—say, because the enemy fleet has changed their primary—again, switch gradually.
  • Stay moving, behind your fleetmates. One advantage of the Navitas is its small signature radius, which makes the ship difficult to hit. But this is only an advantage if you aren’t sitting still, so always be moving. Given this, you might be tempted to right-click your repair target and “Orbit at…” your optimal range. Keep in mind, though, that this will sometimes send your fragile frigate closer to the enemy than the damage dealers. Better, instead, to manually fly in a ring orbit behind the fleet, so that you keep range and stay out of the action.

Notes

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