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Maximum Capacity:
Explorer
511.25 meters
195.64 meters
88.76 meters
2,350,000 metric tons

20
750 officers
and enlisted

9800
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2284-phaseout

Type VIII-IX


M/ARA
Warp 6
Warp 8.2-9
Warp 8.6-9.4 (12h)

Color Key: Cannon Facts - Estimation - Speculation
Notes: The Excelsior class was originally designed as a test bed for Starfleet's first experimental transwarp drive. Having been sabotaged in the engines' first transwarp test and having failed in all subsequent attempts, the Excelsior prototype was refitted with a conventional warp drive. As full production started on the Excelsior class, the ship became the mainstay of the fleet in the late 23rd and early 24th centuries, replacing the older Constitution class as the flagship class. The Excelsior class remains in service today, more then 60 years after if was first launched, through a program of continuous enhancements to the ships systems, being the personal flagship of choice for many admirals. The Excelsior class has two major refit variants, the Enterprise-B type and the Lakota type. The Enterprise-B type, commissioned in the late 23rd century, has upgraded sensor and science systems. The Lakota type, commissioned in 2372 right before the outbreak of the Dominion war, brought the weapon and defensive systems up to standard with the Defiant and Sovereign classes.
Excelsior Class
Threat Rating: MED  Est Ships: 100  Known Ships: 26
Armaments:
Type VIII-IX Phasers Photon Torpedoes

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	NCC-42285     USS Charleston
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	NCC-38955     USS Crockett
	NCC-2000       USS Excelsior (Transwarp Prototype)
	NCC-               USS Farragut
	NCC-14598     USS Fearless
	NCC-42111     USS Fredrickson
	NCC-40521     USS Gorkon
	NCC-42857     USS Grissom
	NCC-42296     USS Hood
	NCC-38907     USS Intrepid
	NCC-14427     USS Lexington
	NCC-34099     USS Livingston
	NCC-38997     USS Malinche
	NCC-               USS Melbourne (Destroyed)
	NCC-13958     USS Okinawa
	NCC-18253     USS Potemkin
	NCC-25440     USS Repulse
	NCC-25730     USS Roosevelt (Crew assimilated)
	NCC-14934     USS Tecumseh
	NCC-43305     USS Valley Forge (Destroyed)
	NCC-1701-B    USS Enterprise (Refit I)
	NCC-42768     USS Lakota (Refit II)
History

2280's - Excelsior class ships enter service 2293 - U.S.S. Enterprise-B launched

Information

Having been defeated by the U.S.S. Defiant and the end of the Dominion war, further refitting of the Excelsior class to the Lakota standard should cease and the class retired from service in favor of new more capable class designs.


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