Pathfinder statistics Mark II
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Edited: Jeffrey Jenkins Author: Paul Gilbertson E-Mail Address: firstname.lastname@example.org Revision: 2 Revision SD: 151202, 170407 BASIC STATISTICS Class Name : PATHFINDER Classification : Scout Type : FF (Frigate) Model Number : II Main Yard : DELPHI Shipyards Assigned Number : NCC-23000 to NCC-24999 PHYSICAL SPECIFICATIONS Length : 165 m Beam : 81 m Draft : 31 m Displacement : 109,853 mt Decks : 8 COMPLEMENT Total Standard : 80 Officers : 8 Crew : 72 Passengers : 10 (max) PROPULSION SYSTEMS Warp Propulsion System Drive Type : ILN-402 Mk VIII Number : 2 Main Reactor : FRAM-428 Impulse System Drive Type : SAN Number : 2 Secondary Reactor: FKIF-428 Network D-Warp Drive : Dim-IV P2i (4th Generation D-Warp Drive) Velocity Standard Cruise Speed : 6.00 Maximum Cruise Speed : 8.00 Sustainable for 12 hours: 9.00 Maximum Emergency Speed : 9.70 Core Failure Imminent : 9.97 ARMAMENT Phaser, Type X Number : 4 banks Range : 300,000 km Arcs : saucer forward dorsal array saucer forward ventral array secondary hull aft dorsal array secondary hull aft ventral array Flux Torpedo, MkII Seeking/Direct Number : 2 tubes Range : 3,500,000 km Arcs : 1 forward, 1 aft Deflector System: FD-6c Cocoon Multiphasic Deflector System OTHER SYSTEMS Transporters Standard, 6-person : 2 Emergency, 16-person: 1 Cargo : 2 Shuttle Bays : 1 Embarked Craft (Standard, specific ships may vary) Shuttlepod : 4 Personnel Shuttle, Small : 1 Personnel Shuttle, Large : 1 Shuttle, D-Warp : 2 Cargo Shuttle : 1 Notes: The Pathfinder class was designed as a modern replacement for the long- serving Oberth class science vessel. The requirement called for a ship capable of making relatively short duration missions; Starfleet intended to use these ships in the large unexplored areas between Federation- controlled space, missions which would typically be staged out of Starbases and last for a few months up to a year at most. Originally introduced in 2369, the class received a major overall and refit in 2405. Today, the starship is one of the smallest frigates in service with limited range and limited multimission capability. One of the few modernizations in the design is the inclusion of the d-warp drive which substantially increases the cruising range and versitility of the design.