Specs for Type 11 Shuttle

Commissioned: 2372 - Present

Length: 14.64m
Beam: 3.26m
Height: 4.5m
Decks: 1
Mass: 27.2 metric tons

Crew: 1, plus 10 passengers

3 x Type IV phaser bank, total output 175 TeraWatts
2 x Micro photon torpedo tube with 60 rounds

Defense Systems:
Standard shield system, total capacity 67,500 TeraJoules
Light Duranium/Tritanium Single hull.
Low level Structural Integrity Field

Warp Speeds (TNG scale):
Normal Cruise : 5
Maximum Cruise : 5.5
Maximum Rated : 6 for 3 hours

Refit Cycle:
Minor: 1 year
Standard: 1 years
Major: 15 year

Notes: The Type 11 shuttle was designed by the crew of the USS Enterprise as part of Starfleets recent move to allow Starships to produce their own shuttlecraft fleets. The design was created under the direction of Lieutenant Commander Geordi LaForge during the Enterprise's shakedown cruise in 2372, and after some evaluation the ship has produced a dozen of these craft using its industrial replicator system. Like the Type 10, the Type 11 uses some elements of the technology of its parent vessel. Bio-neural gel packs have been included as standard, a step up from the Type 10 computer system which offers the gel packs as an upgrade only. Other technology incorporated is mostly centred around the warp core and nacelles, which use allows the Type 11 to have an equal speed to the type 10 but with a somewhat smaller power plant. The Type 11 design has been included in Starfleet's shuttle design database, and is now available for any starship with an industrial replicator to produce as needed.

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