FASA STCS Template

Ship Data
Construction Data:
Class- I
Model- Mk I
Date Entering Service- 3/1502.20 (February 20th, 2376)
Number Produced- 1,200
Damage Chart- B
Dimensional Data:
Length- 5.55 meters
Width- 4.425 meters
Height- 1.725 meters
Atmospheric Entry/Landing- Yes
Control Computer Type- BN-1
Stealth Device Type- FECM-1
Power to Activate- 1
Modifier- +1
Cargo Data:
Cargo Capacity- 2 SCUs
Metric Tonnage- 100 mt
Transporter Data:
2-person- 1
Personnel Data:
Crew- 1
Passengers- 3
Engine Data:
Total Power- 10
Movement Point Ratio- 1/2
Warp Engine Type- FMWA-3
Number- 2
Power Provided- 3 ea
Stress Charts- A/A
Cruising Speed- Warp 5
Emergency Speed- Warp 6
Impulse Engine Type- FMIC-2
Power Provided- 4
Weapons Data: None
Defensive System Data:
Defense Shield Type- FMSI
Shield Point Ratio- 1/3
Max Shield Power- 15
Balance Codes:
D- 56.4
WDF- 0

ICON Template

Class and Type: Type GT Shuttlecraft
Commissioning Date: 2376
Hull Characteristics
Size: 1
Resistance: 3
Structural Points: 20
Operations Characteristics
Crew/Passengers/Evac: 1/3/NA [1 Power/Round]
Computers: 2 [3 Power/Round]
Transporters: 1 Standard [1 Power/Roud]
Tractor Beams: 1 fv [2 Pwr/Rtg/Rnd]
Engines and Power Data
Warp System: 5.0/6.0/7.3 (36 hours) [2/Warp Facter]
Impulse System: .6c/.8c [6/8 Power/Round]
Sensor Data
Long-Range Sensors: +1/13 ly [6 Power/Round]
Lateral Sensors: +1/1 ly [4 Power/Round]
Navigational Sensors: +1 [5 Power/Round]
Sensor Skill: 3
Defensive Characteristics
Type IIIg Deflector Shield
Protection: 38/58
Power: [38]

CODA Template

Production Data
Origin: United Federation of Planets
Class and Type: Type GT-Shuttle
Year Launched: 2376
Hull Data
Structure: 10
Size/Decks: 1/1 deck
Length/Beam/Height: 5.55/4.44/1.725 meters
Complement: 1 + 3 Passengers
Operational Data
Atmospheric Systems: Yes
Cargo: 2
Cloaking Device: None
Life Support System: Basic Reinforced (AA)
Operations System: Class 1 (B)
Sensors: Class 3 (+3/D)
Seperation System: No
Shuttlebay: None
Shuttlecraft: N/A
Tractor Beams: 1 fv
Transporters: 1 standard

Propulsion Data
Impulse System: SBD-a (.6c) (C)
Warp System: LF-10X6 (wf 5/6/7.3) (MCU) (C)

Tactical Data
Deflector Shield: FSQ-2 (CC)
Protection/Threshold: 14/1

Miscellaneous Data
Maneuvering: +0C +2H -1T
Traits: Nimble

The introduction of the CSP-I during the Dominion War met a need for simple, practical transportation for a large percentage of the Federation's civilian population. By the close of hostilities, civilian manufacturers perceived that there was a market for something a little less practical.

The Shuttle GT was the first post-war design to be introduced. It's spaceframe, modeled closely after the SARPEV Mk II, gives the impression of great speed and benefits somewhat for the reputation of reliability the SARPEV acquired during the war.

The actual performance of the Shuttle GT is fairly good for such a small vessel, despite the absence of variable geometry. It's maximum warp is quite fast for such a small vessel, yet the expected service life is quite high. Power is provided by a quantum flywheel, augmented by a micro-toroidal M/ARA.

Accomodations are quite good for 2 persons in the semi-reclined seats in the forward part of the hull. Seating for two additional passengers is provided, but is barely adequate for any but the shortest of journeys. The rear seats may be stowed to maximize luggage space, and one must presume that most owners will never use them at all, except to carry small packages.

Despite the relatively high warp speeds this vessel is capable of, it is very likely that most of these vessels will be used for interplanetary and transorbital service. Few of these will ever leave the system in which they are manufactured, except as cargo aboard a roomier vessel.