Olympic class

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Olympic Class
CategoryMedical
Expected Duration60 Years
Time Between Resupply1 Year
Time Between Refit5 Years
Personnel
Officers82
Enlisted Crew140
Marines0
Passengers300
Maximum (Evacuation) Capacity1150
Speed
Cruising VelocityWarp 6
Maximum VelocityWarp 9
Emergency VelocityWarp 9.2 (6 Hours)
Dimensions
Length330.5 Metres
Width115.6 Metres
Height96 Metres
Decks24


Medical ships are a staple of the galaxy and of course, with the inauguration of Starfleet, they were produced and have been a common sight in the Federation since then. In the 2360’s the Hope and Nightingale classes, Starfleet's staple since the early 2200’s, was beginning to look a bit antiquated. With comparably slow warp drive and limited range, they were not quite up to the task in hand and Starfleet gave their designers a new brief to replace the Hope and Nightingale, both of which fulfilled substantially different roles, with a new class---the Olympic. The brief was challenging, as the ship had to be capable of high warp, whilst also providing large hospital facilities, emergency evacuation capability and emergency medical support. In essence, it had to be both a Rapid Reaction Medical Ship and a Hospital all rolled into one.

The design briefs were completed and submitted in 2363 and in the end, the Olympic class was chosen as the primary design and immediately put into development. With vast and highly varied medical facilities, high warp capability and excellent transport and evacuation rate, the Olympics’ only possible downside was her comparatively weak tactical ability. Originally mounted with the bare minimum of weapons and shields, the Olympics’ lack of defensive ability would prove to be a major problem during the next few years of her operation. The first prototype rolled off of the production line and after an extremely painless shakedown period, the class went into full time production, with an initial production run of 15 Olympic class vessels scheduled, the class looked like it had a long a vibrant history ahead of her.

It was however, during the Second Federation-Klingon War and the Dominion War which immediately followed it that the Olympic classes defensive weaknesses began to become a real problem. At that time there were 72 in service with the Federation and they were rushed into the combat areas to extricate casualties, under the erroneous impression that they would not be attacked whilst on humanitarian duty. Neither the Klingons, nor later the Dominion however operated under the same assumption and over a three year period, 31 of the 72 Olympic class vessels in service were lost to enemy action, despite a decision to assign escorts to the weaker ships.

In the end, Starfleet’s answer was to refit the Olympic to improve her combat systems, with upgraded shields and weapons systems. Arguably the defensive upgrades may have made the Olympic more of a target to hostile vessels, however the trade off for protection is considered more than viable.

In 2380, the Olympic class was refitted with brand new Warp drives, Computer Cores and processing systems as well as a major overhaul of her tactical and sensor systems, improving their efficiency and decreasing their size, to enable the fitting of a handful of extra weapons systems and improved sensor resolution and communications range. The Olympic will in theory enjoy many more years of service with Starfleet thanks to these upgrades and has a bright future.

Auxiliary Craft

Shuttlebays: 2

Runabouts

Danube Runabout: 2

Shuttles

Type 11 Shuttle: 2
Type 9 Shuttle: 4

Transports

Wyvern Hopper Transport: 1

Armament

Phasers

Type VIII Array: 4

Shielding Systems

Standard Shielding Systems

Deck Listing

Deck Items
Deck 1 Bridge, Captain's Ready Room, Weapons Locker, Communications Array
Deck 2 Forward Sensor Array, XO’s Office, CoB’s Office, Observation Lounge, Senior Officer's Quarters
Deck 3 Crew Quarters, Holodecks 1-4, Mess Hall, Gymnasium, Arboretum, Intelligence Centre, Diplomatic Facilities, Transporter Rooms 1+2, Airlock 1, Security Station, VIP/Guest Quarters
Deck 4 Crew Quarters, Holodecks 5-8, Lounge, Mess Hall 2, Child Care Facilities, Bubble Environmental Control
Deck 5 Crew Quarters, Shuttlebay 1 Upper Level
Deck 6 Crew Quarters, Shuttlebay 2 Lower Level, Security Office, CTSO’s Office, Armory, Transporter Room 3
Deck 7 Chief Science Officer’s Office, Science Labs 1-6, Astrometrics, Hololab 1-4, Medical Labs 1-6, Medical Isolation Labs 1-2, Astrometric Sensor Array
Deck 8 Primary Hull: Cargo Bays 1-6, Cargo Transporters 1-6

Secondary Hull: Engineering Level One, Computer Core Level 1, Operations Center, Chief Operations Officer’s Office

Deck 9 Primary Hull: Cargo Bays 7-12, Cargo Transporters 7-16, Industrial Replicators 1-4, Deuterium Storage

Secondary Hull: Engineering Level Two, Computer Core Level 2, Warp Nacelle Access, Impulse engines, Antimatter storage

Deck 10 Primary Hull: Medical Supply Storage Bays 1-5, Cargo Transporters 17-22

Secondary Hull: Engineering Level Three, Computer Core Level 3, Chief Engineer’s Office, Structural Integrity Field Generators, Shield Generators

Deck 11 Primary Hull: Shuttlebay 2, Emergency Triage Centre, Transporter Rooms 7-14

Secondary Hull: Shuttlebay, Chief Flight Control Officer’s Office

Decks 12 Primary Hull: Shuttlebay, Emergency Triage Centre, Transporter Rooms 15-21

Secondary Hull: Shuttlebay

Deck 13 Primary Hull: Emergency Triage Centre, Transporter Rooms 22-28

Secondary Hull: Auxiliary craft Maintenance, Surgical Bays 1-6, Surgical Recovery Ward 1

Deck 14 Primary Hull: Surgical Bays 7-20

Secondary Hull: Surgical Recovery Wards 2+3, Intensive Care Ward 1

Deck 15 Primary Hull: Intensive Care Ward 2, Isolation Bays 1-4, Isolation Bay Environmental Sub-systems

Secondary Hull: General Purpose Wards 1-4

Decks 16 Primary Hull: Deflector control, Lower Sensor Array, Secondary Communications Array, Waste Reclamation

Secondary Hull: Hospital Wards 5-8, Chief Medical Officer’s Office

Deck 17 Secondary Triage Centre, Transporter Rooms 29-35, Intensive Care Ward 3
Deck 18 Secondary Triage Centre, Transporter Rooms 36-42, Intensive Care Ward 4
Decks 19 Specialist Medical Officer’s Offices and Treatment Rooms, Maternity Ward, Neonatal Care Unit, Pediatrics Wards 1-2, Dental Offices
Deck 20 General Purpose Hospital Wards 5-9, On call Rooms
Deck 21 General Purpose Wards 10-16, On call Rooms
Decks 22 General Purpose Wards 17-24, On call Rooms
Decks 23 Medical Supply Storage 6-10, Cargo Transporters 23-28, General Purpose Wards 25-28
Decks 24 Morgue, Cold Storage Bays 1-4
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