Pegasus Class X Cruiser

«Last Updated – January 23, 2019»

design by P.T. Riley

NOTES:
When problems developed with the Explorer class, Starfleet looked to the old Vagabond class for the inspiration to resolve the problems. The result was the Pegasus class. Sporting a shorter, broader support strut to increase stability and front-saucer mounted photon tubes in the event of the loss of the nacelle assembly. The Pegasus class was very successful and served as the basis for many of the elements found in the Constellation, Odysseus, and Questar classes.

The Pegasus class would remain in service until well into the 2330’s.


Construction Data:
Model – Mk I
Ship Class – X
Date Entering Service – 2274
Number Constructed – 50
Hull Data:
Superstructure Points – 26
Damage Chart – C
Size:
Length – 247 m
Width – 186 m
Height – 52 m
Weight – 149,383 mt
Cargo:
Total SCU – 260 SCU
Cargo Capacity – 13,000 mt
Landing Capacity – None
Equipment Date:
Control Computer Type – M-6a
Transporters:
Standard 6-person – 4
Emergency 22-person – 3
Cargo – 3
Other Data:
Crew – 300
Passengers – 30
Shuttlecraft – 4
Engines And Power Data:
Total Power Units Available – 68
Movement Point Ratio – 4/1
Warp Engine Type – FWG-1
Number – 2
Power Units Available – 26 ea.
Stress Chart – D/F
Max Safe Cruising Speed – Warp 8
Emergency Speed – Warp 10
Impulse Engine Type – FIF-2
Power Units Available – 16
Weapons And Firing Data:
Beam Weapon Type – FH-10
Number – 6
Firing Arcs – 2 f, 2 p/a, 2 s/a
Firing Chart – W
Maximum Power – 7
Damage Modifiers:
+3 (1-10)
+2 (11-17)
+1 (18-20)
Torpedo Weapon Type – FP-4
Number – 2
Firing Arcs – 1 f/p, 1 f/s
Firing Chart – S
Power to Arm – 1
Damage – 20
Shield Data:
Deflector Shield Type – FSP
Shield Point Ratio – 1/4
Maximum Shield Power – 16
Combat Efficiency:
D – 157.2
WDF – 68.8