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Shuttlebay

"Located at the dorsal stern of the primary hull, Shuttlebays 1 and 2 take up a significant portion of the aft section of Decks 4 and 5 on the Norway Class. Due to the mission profile of the Norway Class, the shuttlebays extends larger than normal for a vessel its size to accommodate runabouts and ships smaller than Courier-grade that may be the primary mode of transport by entities the vessel’s crew encounter. The Shuttlebays are overseen by Flight Control Officers, and staffed by teams of Helmsmen/Pilots, Engineers and Technicians, and Operations personnel that are based on the Flight Operations office under the supervision of the Flight Control Officer."~ACTD


Auxiliary Craft Complement

Type 8 Medium Short-Range Shuttlecraft

These craft first came into use in 2371 for use with the Intrepid-class during short-term missions.

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Specifications

Classification Shuttlecraft
Length 6 meters
Mass 3.47 metric tons
Capacity 2 crew (6 passengers total)
Speed Warp 4
Armaments Type-IV phaser emitters
Defenses Deflector shields
Hull Composition Duranium, magnesite, carbon
Special Features None
Individual Vessels Alliance and Mackinac

Type 9 Medium Long-Range Shuttlecraft

These shuttles were introduced later in 2371 and later became used aboard many starships, including Intrepid-class and Sovereign-class vessels. Despite it's longer length, these vessels actually carry two fewer passengers than Type-8 shuttlecraft. Their design allows for a longer time away from their home ship, possibly weeks at a time. They are able to maintain high warp for extended periods due to their geometric configuration and they house a compact long-range sensor in their deflector dish, making them ideal scouting vessels.

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Specifications

Classification Shuttlecraft
Length 8.5 meters
Mass 2.61 metric tons
Capacity 2 crew (4 passengers total)
Speed Warp 4
Armaments Type-IV phaser emitters
Defenses Deflector shields
Hull Composition Tritanium alloy
Special Features None
Individual Vessels da Vinci and Nimoy


Type 11 Heavy Long-Range Shuttlecraft

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Specifications
Classification Shuttlecraft
Length 16 meters
Mass 28.11 metric tons
Capacity 4 crew (6 passengers total)
Speed Warp 4
Armaments Tachyon burst, phaser arrays
Defenses Deflector shields
Hull Composition Tritanium alloy
Special Features Ejectable warp core, tractor beam emitters
Individual Vessels Hawking and Archimedes

Work Bee-Type Maintenance Pods

These small auxiliary vehicles are primarily used for inspection and repairs to the external areas of a starship.

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Specifications
Classification utility craft
Length 4.11 meters
Mass 1.68 metric tons
Capacity 1 operator
Speed Thrusters Only
Armaments None
Defenses None
Hull Composition Tritanium alloy
Special Features None
Individual Vessels Kazuri One, Kazuri Two, and Kazuri Three

Captain's Yacht

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Specifications
Classification Integrated Craft
Length 30 meters
Mass 1.68 metric tons
Capacity 4 flight crew (20 total passengers)
Speed Cruise: Warp 4.5; Max Cruise: Warp 5; Max Warp: Warp 5.5/12hrs
Armaments 5 Type-V Phaser Strips, Pulse Emitter, Micro-Torpedo Launcher
Defenses Deflector shields
Composition Tritanium alloy
Special Features None
Craft Safe Harbor