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Width:
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Maximum Capacity:
Medium Cruiser
364.77 meters
225.61 meters
52.48 meters
622,000 metric tons

12
190 officers
and enlisted

500
Commisioned:

Phasers:
Torpedo Launchers:

Warp Reactor:
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Maximum Speed:

2365-present

Type X
2

M/ARA
Warp 6
Warp 8.4
Warp 9.7 (12 hrs)

Color Key: Cannon Facts - Estimation - Speculation
Notes: The Norway class is a heavily armed starship, which was designed to supplement the Akira, Steamrunner, and Saber generation of classes. Unlike the other three classes the Norway is not as heavily armed making it more capable of diplomatic and scientific missions.
Norway Class
Threat Rating: MED  Est Ships: 30  Known Ships: 1
Armaments:
Type X Phasers Photon Torpedoes

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Information

The Norway class is one of the ships produced by the Borg defense project; although not a warship the Norway is designed for combat in mind.


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