|Bandar Seri Begawan class Shipyard|
The first Crayterian outpost constructed in Coronado, Sabah Shipyard was built in haste, initially following the blueprints of the secret Singapore Shipyard. It is largely constructed with components salvaged from Tau-44 during the Republic's evacuation of that system. It provided a sufficient platform for the desperate colonization of Yuma, as well as the temporary resettlement of the rest of the Crayterian population onto Pecos, and was rapidly expanded to be able to service ships of all sizes.
As the Crayter Republic's only shipyard, Sabah is one of the busiest ports in the region. Ever since the first drydock was bolted together, Sabah has been operating at full capacity, churning out not only more snubcraft and capital ships for the refugee Republic, as well as performing repairs, but also producing civilian craft as well. Since their exodus from the Taus to Coronado, the Crayterian Military is no longer forced to constantly fight on the defensive, and this has freed up some resources to expand Sabah's capacity.
While formerly the shipyard served as the prime platform for the colonization of Yuma and the resettlement of the civilian population, it now functions as the Republic's center of industry, and all civilian traffic headed to or from a Crayterian base in the system checks in with Sabah.