Major City
Incorporation Date1756
 • MayorKarlheinz Krand
 • Total7,298,000

Kavyat is a city in Piva, Durnstaal. Founded in 982 as Sturr-du-Kavyat, renamed Kavyatsturr in 1289, incorporated as Kavyat in 1580, and reincorporated as Kavyat in 1756. It is a major manufacturing center and shipping hub with a deep natural harbor and a clear path out of the Bay of Morevo. As of 2020 the estimated population was 7,298,000, making it the nation's third largest city.

City Districts



Historical Buildings

F.S.D. Valiant: The second ship ever built for the Federal Navy of Durnstaal. In service since 1758 and sailed around the Bay of Morevo twice annually by her crew.


Kavyat Naval Yard: The headquarters of the Federal Navy of Durnstaal and the largest naval base in the country.

Drukov Point University: Durnstaal's most prestigious university, teaching 21,381 students during the 2018 school year.

Professional Teams

Coastal Mariners: Kavyat's professional soccer team. Member of the Einhelt League and annual participant in the Einhelt League Championship. Named for the city's history as a center for maritime shipping and naval operations.


The naval ideal forms the backbone of the Kavyatian identity. A good work ethic and personal integrity are ingrained in the city's culture. Engineers, especially civil and industrial, are held in high regard and engineering overall is seen as a prestigious field with high standards.


Kavyat is a major center for education and manufacturing, especially of ships. Many of the foreign cargo ships which frequent the Albarine Sea, especially the oil tankers, have been serviced in Kavyat at some point and the vast majority of Durnstaal's cargo ships were assembled in the city's shipyards. 3 of Durnstaal's 5 most prestigious universities are located in Kavyat and the city's public education system is rated the best in the country. Kavyat's role as a shipping hub and manufacturing center has decreased significantly over the last 50 years as Piva became a more economically viable city, although industrial equipment and canned foodstuffs still make up significant portions of the local economy.