Type-11 Shuttlecraft

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Type-11 Shuttlecraft
Personnel
Crew:

4-10

Evacuation Capacity:

16

Speed & Armaments
Cruising Speed:

Warp 6

Maximum Speed:

Warp 6.5 (7 hours)

Armament:
Unique Features

N/A

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With an ultimate goal towards creating a useful all-purpose shuttlecraft, the designers of the Type-11 Personnel Shuttle set out to create a craft that was equipped with all the systems of a starship within the shell of a relatively small shuttle. Allocation of the larger Danube-class runabout to starships in the field proved too costly, and with the expressed need by the Sovereign-class development team for a capable shuttle, the Type-11 was born. Its overall frame and components are a meshing of lessons learned in both the Type-9 and Danube-class vessels. Impressive shielding, several phaser emitters, micro-torpedo launchers and a capable warp propulsion system makes this shuttle capable of performing a multitude of tasks. Both the ventral and dorsal areas of the shuttle feature a new magnaclamp docking port that is capable of linking up to other ships similarly equipped. A two-person transporter and a large aft compartment with a replicator adds to the shuttle’s versatility. The end hope is that these all-purpose shuttles will replace the more specific-purpose crafts already stationed on starships, reducing the amount of space needed for shuttle storage in already-cramped bays. The Type-11 is now seeing selective deployment outside the Sovereign-class to further assess its capabilities in the field.

Specifications

  • Type: Heavy long-range warp shuttle.
  • Accommodation: Four flight crew, six passengers.
  • Power Plant: One 400 cochrane warp engine, two 800 millicochrane impulse engines, four RCS thrusters.
  • Dimensions: Length, 16 m; beam, 9.78 m; height 4.25 m.
  • Mass: 28.11 metric tones.
  • Performance: Warp 6.
  • Armament: Four Type-V phaser emitters, two micro-torpedo launchers (fore and aft), aft-mounted veritable purpose emitter.

Credits

Information adapted from A Call to Duty