|Max. warp:||warp 9.2|
|Armaments:||4 phaser arrays|
Appearance and facilitiesEdit
Unlike most other Federation starships, the Olympic-class does not possess a saucer section for its command hull, but a spheroid-shaped command hull akin to the design of the Daedalus-class starships that were in service in the late 22nd and early 23rd centuries. The added space granted by a spheroid command hull allows most of the ship's laboratories and wards to be included.
While the engineering hull of the Olympic-class are like any other design in use by Starfleet, extra sections were added to the sides of the engineering hull, which contained additional laboratories and wards. These proved invaluable, as they could be used to treat highly contagious patients and have the separated by the main sections of the ship. All of the facilities aboard these ships were equipped with the latest medical equipment and staffed by some of the best medical personnel that served in Starfleet.
Another feature that was included into the Olympic-class was that its modularity, which meant that Starfleet could easily equip the vessels with different facilities that depended on the type of mission it would be sent on. Laboratories and wards could easily be replaced with other modules that could be customized for medical research, disaster relief, combat surgery, epidemic research, evacuation, and triage, or just general humanitarian aid. (Ship Recognition Manual, Volume 1: The Ships of Starfleet).
|USS Atlantis • USS Biko • USS Caduceus • USS Cole • USS Consolation • USS Hipocrates • USS Hope • USS Mayo • USS McCoy • USS Moore • USS Nobel • USS Olympic • USS Pasteur • USS Peace • USS Schweitzer • USS Tranquility|
- Specifications from Ship Recognition Manual, Volume 1: The Ships of Starfleet.