The Mon Cal Submersible (MCS) is a very popular mode of transport for under and above water travel. Originally designed by the Mon Calamari, the MCS is used mainly as an aquatic passenger transport. Easily modified, the submersible can be equipped with grappling arms for use in underwater construction and research or modified for military purposes.
A typical Mon Cal Submersible is covered by an iridescent surface that resembles a fish. While intended to be mostly aesthetic in nature, the coloration helps the submersible blend with the underwater background. Though it is manufactured in various sizes and designs, a typical MCS can carry up to six passengers. Its single proton-torpedo launcher was a last minute addition to the design intended to provide a minimal amount of protection.