|Base Hull||Seawolf-class nuclear attack submarine|
|Drive Type||Reactionless thrusters|
|Owner||United States Navy|
|Flag of Record||United States of America|
|Faction||'Danelaw (US Navy)|
|Registry Number||SSN 2161-X|
|Launched||31 March 2012|
|Purpose||“Showing the Flag”|
|Primary Crew||Commander Tom Dodge (Captain)|
Lieutenant Emily Lake (XO)
Lieutenant j.g. Wilhemina “Willie” Grumby (Dive Officer, Manoeuvring Officer)
|Other Crew||Ensign McHale (quartermaster)|
Ens. Virginia "Ginny" Kittredge (nurse)
Ens. Leigh Appleby (nurse)
Ens. Lizzy Standish (nurse)
CPO Aldous Howard (engineer)
Electronic Technician 2/c Nitro Jones
Sonar Technician 2/c E. T. Lovachelli
Reactor Technician 1/c Brad Stepanik-Winslow
“Spots” Sylvesterson (dive plane operator)
|Auxillary Vehicles||NR-1(X) minisub (shuttle)|
(Open ship, created by Duane Peters)
Known Vehicle Quirks
- Can’t hear you over the music! The drive requires loud Sousa marches being played in the engine room to function. Very loud Sousa marches.
- Operation: Petticoat: The hull turns bright pink when the drive is engaged.
Known Crew Quirks
- No ’Danes Here: The crew is made up exclusively of Fen and Fendanes; they likely cleaned out the entire USN’s stock on non-’Danes to find enough to crew the Stingray.
- Three-Hour Tour: "Willie" Grumby is the daughter of two reasonably-famous ex-castaways, and treats all of the people marooned with her biological parents as her parents.
- The Stingray has the highest percentage of female crew in the US Navy submarine service.
- The ship has a ’waved mini-sub (similar to a NR-1 nuclear rescue vehicle) as an auxiliary craft.
The Stingray appears in the following stories: