Name: USS Mt. Selaya NCC-76652
Class/Type: Explorer
Commissioning Date: 2362
Hull Characteristics
Size: 8 (625 metres long, 35 decks)
Resistance: 4
Structure: 160
Operations Characteristics
Crew/Passengers: 650/3000
[7 pwr/round]
Computer: 6
[6 pwr/round]
Transporters: 6 personnel, 4 cargo, 6 emergency
[8 pwr/round]
Tractor Beams: 1 a/v, 1f/d, 1 f/v
[2/rating used]
Propulsion & Power Characteristics
Warp System: 6.0/9.2/9.6 (12 hours)
[2/warp factor]
Impulse System: .75c/.92c
[7/9 pwr/round]
Power: 200
Sensor Systems
Long-range Sensors: +2/17 light-years
[6 pwr/round]
Lateral Sensors: +2/1 light-year
[4 pwr/round]
Navigational Sensors: +2
[5 pwr/round]
Sensors Skill: 5
Weapons Systems
Type X Phaser:
Range: 10/30,000/100,000/300,000
Arc: All (720 degrees)
Accuracy: 4/5/7/10
Damage: 20
Power: [20]
Type II Photon Torpedoes:
Number: 250
Launchers: 1 fv
Spread: 8
Arc: Forward, but are self-guided
Range: 15/300,000/1,000,000/3,500,000
Accuracy 4/5/7/10
Damage: 20
Power [5]
Weapons Skill: 5
Defensive Systems
Starfleet Deflector Shield:
Protection: 60/80
Power: [60]
Description & Notes:
The Everest class Explorer, like the Nebula class Cruiser, was designed to use the same basic components as the Galaxy class Explorer. While not as numerous as the Nebula class, Everests outnumber the Galaxy class. Designed for a similar role to the that of the Galaxy class Explorer, the Everest class is somewhat more lightly armed, but has greater capacity for small craft.
Noteworthy Vessels:
USS Everest NCC-76650
USS Olympus Mons NCC-76651
USS Mt. Selaya NCC-76652
USS Matterhorn NCC-76655

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