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Olympic Class Starship

Category: Support

Olympic

  • Expected Duration: 100 years
  • Time Between Resupply: 2 years
  • Time Between Refit: 5 years
Personnel
  • Officers: 100
  • Enlisted Crew: 300
  • Marines: 0
  • Passengers: 100
  • Maximum (Evacuation) Capacity: 8000
Speed
  • Cruising Velocity: Warp 7
  • Maximum Velocity: Warp 9.5
  • Emergency Velocity: Warp 9.95 (for 12 hours)
Dimensions
  • Length: 350 metres
  • Width: 165 metres
  • Height: 108 metres
  • Decks: 27
Auxiliary Craft
Armament

Description

NB: The "Bubble" Section, refers to the large spherical Primary hull of an Olympic class vessel The Olympic-class starships are medical vessels used by Starfleet as early as the 2370's. The Olympic has a spherical primary hull like the Daedalus-class. Their defensive systems were not designed for combat, and are poorly armed. They have 27 decks, The main shuttlebay is located at the aft of the ship. It's navigational deflector array is located at the lower-half of the spherical hull. The Olympic Class was designed and entered service in the late 2370's. Built by Starfleet primarily as a hospital ship, the class featured an spherical fore-section (Much like it's predecessor, the Hope Class) which allowed a more even distrubution of medical facilities and patient care than was possible with more traditional saucer configurations. The engineering section housed most of the crew and resident medical staff. The Olympic Class engines were capable of speeds approaching the fastest ships in the fleet. The battle of Wolf 359, the Dominion War, and several "Isolated Incidents" during peacetime pointed out the mistakes made with the Hope Class, that not everyone out there respected "Humanitarian" efforts against attack. The Hope's limited shielding and armament only made her a prime target, not just tactically during war, but against raiders in peacetime. So using a very similar space frame to the Hope Class, along with newer technologies, the Olympic Class was created with fixing these limitations in mind. The decision was made to stay with the same spherical primary hull design because it provided optimal support for various humanitarian emergencies, the Hope's massive hangar was replaced with a thru-deck version to enable the use of the recently developed Serenity Modular Transports as well. While as fully equipped and staffed as a hospital, it is not usually intended for long-term stays. In the event for the need for continued care or convalesence, patients are usually transferred to other facilities.

Deck Listing
Deck Description
1Bridge, Captain's Ready Room, Weapons Locker, Communications Array
2Upper Sensor Array, XO's Office, Enlisted Affairs Office, Observation/Conference Lounge, Senior Officer Quarters
3Crew Quarters, Holodecks 1-4, Officer Mess, Crew Gymnasium, Intelligence Center, Diplomatic Facilities, Transporter Rooms 1-3, Security Station, VIP/Guest Quarters
4Crew Quarters, Holodecks 5-8, Lounge, Crew Mess, Child Care Facilities, Bubble Environmental Control, Bubble Waste Reclamation
5Crew Quarters, Shuttlebay 1 Upper Level, Primary SIF/IDF/Shield Generators, Primary Stores
6Crew Quarters, Shuttlebay 1 Lower Level, Security Offices, Armoury, Brig, Transporter Rooms 4-5. Antimatter Storage, Warp Core Ejection Hatch
7Chief Science Officer's Office, Science Labs 1-6, Astrometrics/Stellar Cartography, Holo-labs 1-4, Medical Labs 1-6, Medical Isolation Labs 1-2, Forward Sensor Array, Antimatter Injector Assembly, Antimatter Storage
8Cargo Bays 1-6, Cargo Transporters 1-6, Engineering Level One, Primary Computer Core Level 1, Operations Center and Offices
9Cargo Bays 7-12, Cargo Transporters 7-16, Industrial Replicators 1-4, Engineering Level Two, Primary Computer Core Level 2, Warp Nacelle Access, Impulse Engines
10Medical Supply Storage Bays 1-5, Cargo Transporters 17-22, Engineering Level Three, Primary Computer Core Level 3, Chief Engineer's Office, Bubble SIF/IDF/Shield Generators
11Shuttlebay 2 (Upper), Emergency Triage Centre (Upper), Transporter Rooms 6-15, Chief Flight Control Officer's Office, Deuterium Injector Assembly, Deuterium Storage
12Shuttlebay 2 (Lower), Emergency Triage Centre (Middle), Transporter Rooms 16-25, Deuterium Storage, Drive Waste Reclamation, Drive Environmental Controls, Secondary Stores
13Emergency Triage Centre (Lower), Transporter Rooms 26-35, Shuttle Maintenance, Surgical Bays 1-6, Surgical Recovery Ward 1, Drive SIF/IDF/Shield Generators
14Surgical Bays 7-20, Surgical Recovery Wards 2+3, Intensive Care Ward 1, Lateral Sensor Arrays
15Intensive Care Ward 2, Isolation Bays 1-4, Isolation Bay Environmental Sub-systems, General Purpose Wards 1-4
16Deflector Control, Lower Sensor Array, Secondary Communications Array, Hospital Wards 5-8, Doctor's Offices
17Secondary Triage Centre (Upper), Transporter Rooms 36-45, Intensive Care Ward 3, Psychiatric Ward, Main Pharmacological Stores
18Secondary Triage Centre (Lower), Transporter Rooms 46-55, Intensive Care Ward 4, Geriatrics Ward, Dental Offices
19Specialist Medical Officer's Offices and Treatment Rooms, Maternity Ward, Neonatal Care Ward, Pediatrics Wards 1-2
20General Purpose Wards 5-9, On call Rooms, Natorium
21General Purpose Wards 10-16, On call Rooms, Arborteum
22General Purpose Wards 17-24, On call Rooms, Gymnasium
23Medical Supply Storage 6-10, Cargo Transporters 23-28, General Purpose Wards 25-28
24Medical Labs, Oncology, Secure Pharmacology Stores, Secondary Security Offices
25Equipment Storage Bays 1-9, Food Storage Bays
26Ship's Galley, Support Services Offices, Crew Mess, Equipment Storage Bays 10-18
27Morgue, Cold Storage Bays, Suspended Animation Bays
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