Specifications - USS Amsterdam


The Ship


Class Intrepid refit
Role Long distance exploration
Duration 115 yrs
Time Between Refits 55 yrs
Time Between Resupply 16 yrs


Length 342.5 mtrs
Width 144.84 mtrs
Height 55.42 mtrs
Decks 15


Officers 85
Enlisted Crew 40
Marines 15
Civilians 10
Emergency Capacity 300


Cruise Speed 7.5
Maximum Speed 9.75
Emergency Speed 9.995 12 hrs

Weapons & Defensive Systems

Shields here are 14 shield grids on the Intrepid class and each one generates 157.35 MW, resulting in total shield strength of 2,202.09 MW, however typical shield configuration is 8 emitters with an output of 1,258.8 MW. The power for the shields is taken directly from the warp engines and impulse fusion generators. If desired, the shields can be augmented by power from the impulse power plants. The shields can protect against approximately 42% of the total EM spectrum made possible by the multi-phase graviton polarity flux technology incorporated into the shields.
Weapon Systems 13 type X phaser arrays
2 front torpedo launchers
2 aft torpedo launchers

Auxiliary Craft

Shuttlebays 2
Shuttles Four Type-9 Medium Short-Range Shuttlecraft
Two Type-6 Medium Short-Range Shuttlecraft
1 Type-9A Cargo Shuttle
2 Type-18 Shuttlepods
2 Work Bee Maintenance Pods.

Type: Intrepid Class Integrated Craft
Accommodation: 6 flight crew, 10 passengers.
Power Plant: 2 LF-9X4 Compact Linear Warp Drive Units, 2 FIB-3 Compact Impulse Units, and four RCS thrusters.
Dimensions: Length: 24.8m; Width: 29.6m (full wingspan); Height: 4.1m
Performance: Cruise: Warp 3; Max Cruise: Warp 4; Max Warp: Warp 5/12hrs
Armament: 4 Type-VI Phaser Strips, Pulse Emitter, 2 Mk-25 Micro-Torpedo Launchers

Mounted on the underside of the saucer section, the Aerowing rests in a recessed hatchway just aft of the ventral sensor array. The craft serves in the capacity of a runabout aboard larger ships. In fact the Aerowing’s technology and design is based, in large part, on the Danube class runabout.

The Aerowing provides a large secondary craft, long-range travel, and the protection, armament, and sensor capabilities beyond that of a standard auxiliary shuttle. Facilities include two sleeping bunks and a standard runabout passenger cabin. A replicator and flight couches provide for the needs of the passengers and a two-person transporter allows for beaming of personnel or cargo when needed. Atmospheric flight capabilities allow this shuttle type to land on planetary surfaces.