Iskatel’ Class V Patrol Ship

«Last Updated – October 26, 2019»

Federation - Iskatel

design by Atolm

NOTES:
One of the most successful Vulcan-Medusan joint design efforts, the Iskatel’ class became a crew favorite due to it’s incredible efficiency of design and effectiveness as a light patrol craft. The primary design was originated on Vulcan, where efficient and capable design were the norm. However, Medusan engineers, studying with Vulcan technicians at the time, were able to intergrate further improvements in design and component layout that soon set the standard for Star Fleet construction across the Federation.

The Mk I, lunched in mid 2273, incorporated improved versions of the M-1 computer, now in it’s third generation. Unique redesigns provided by the Medusans improved cooling and support component placement that allowed for a smaller main computer core and secondary systems. This allowed for a larger, albeit still small, recreation deck. Sensor emplacements were also improved, despite a fairly lengthy debate during original tooling. Vulcan designers had intended to install sophisticated long range sensors that would allow the small vessel to act as a scout or science vessel near hostile areas. Medusan designers preferred a more robust shorter ranged system that could survive combat operations and continue to provide accurate Intel and targeting data. In the end, the Galan 26 Sensor system was chosen for it’s known robustness in combat and ease of replacement and repair. While Smith & Smyth Motor Works of Terra had vied to have their propritary version of the FIB-2 installed, Scarbak Propulsion Systems eventually won the contract for their SNATH impulse drive design. Raakuv’s CETIS Weapon System was the final subcontract system that was


Construction Data:
Model – Mk I MK II Mk III
Ship Class – IV IV IV
Date Entering Service – 2273 2298 2357
Number Constructed – 211 67 Refit
Hull Data:
Superstructure Points – 18 18 20
Damage Chart – C C C
Size:
Length – 54.04 m 54.04 m 54.04 m
Width – 39.41 m 39.41 m 39.41 m
Height – 26.32 m 26.32 m 26.32 m
Weight – 37,555 mt 37,705 mt 39,224 mt
Cargo:
Total SCU – 15 SCU 15 SCU 15 SCU
Cargo Capacity – 750 mt 750 mt 750 mt
Landing Capacity – None None None
Equipment Date:
Control Computer Type – M-1 M-1 I-2
Transporters:
Standard 6-person – 2 2 2
Cargo – 1 1 1
Other Data:
Crew – 15 18 21
Passengers – 5 5 5
Engines And Power Data:
Total Power Units Available – 20 20 22
Movement Point Ratio – 2/1 2/1 2/1
Warp Engine Type – FWA-2 FWA-2 FWA-2
Number – 2 2 2
Power Units Available – 8 ea. 8 ea. 8 ea.
Stress Chart – J/M J/M J/M
Max Safe Cruising Speed –
Emergency Speed –
Impulse Engine Type – FIB-2 FIB-2 FIB-3
Power Units Available – 4 4 6
Weapons And Firing Data:
Beam Weapon Type – FH-8 FH-8 FNH-3
Number – 4 4 4
Firing Arcs – 1 f/p, 1 f/s, 1 p/a, 1 s/a 1 f/p, 1 f/s, 1 p/a, 1 s/a 1 f/p, 1 f/s, 1 p/a, 1 s/a
Firing Chart – T T Y
Maximum Power – 5 5 7
Damage Modifiers:
+3 (-) (-) (1-9)
+2 (1-10) (1-10) (10-17)
+1 (11-18) (11-18) (18-24)
Torpedo Weapon Type – FP-7 FP-8 FP-26
Number – 2 2 2
Firing Arcs – 1 f, 1 a 1 f, 1 a 1 f, 1 a
Firing Chart – R S O
Power to Arm – 1 1 1
Damage – 8 10 18
Shield Data:
Deflector Shield Type – FSF FSH FNSF
Shield Point Ratio – 1/2 1/2 1/3
Maximum Shield Power – 13 15 22
Combat Efficiency:
D – 72.7 76.7 106.6
WDF – 26.8 29.8 49.8