Tricky wrote:The model size ended up being: 36.705 x 38.123 x 143.652
The model size of the standard Anaconda is: 75.000 x 60.000 x 170.000
True, though the cargo block is filling most of its bounding box, while the Anaconda is roughly conical. Doing calculations with ship mass, which is usually proportional to volume, gives a maximum theoretical capacity for the Anaconda of around 500 TC
Assuming, that is, that it uses standard cargo canisters. If most of the cargo is unpacked from those and stored in some sort of custom storage system, for bulk transport rather than ease of loading/unloading, it might well take up a lot less space.
Smivs wrote:Just look at the size of the Cobby III in relation to its capacity
The Cobra III is an exception to pretty much everything, though: it's the size of a freighter, but filled with weapons, engines and various bits of defensive gear rather than being hollowed out for cargo. (By the standards of anything which is not a freighter, got room for a very sizable cargo hold, of course)
Bit of trivia: the Cobra III is about 15% larger than a Boa. The Python is larger than both, though as a much older design of freighter it probably wouldn't be as space-efficient.