Hermes class (FASA)
(FASA Roleplaying Game)
|Primary Hull Diameter||127.1m|
• Officers: 20
• Crew: 175
|Velocity||Cruising: Warp 6|
Emergency: Warp 8
|Weapons||2 Phasers in 1 bank|
The Hermes class scout was authorized for production by the Star Fleet Appropriation of Stardate 0965, and entered service on Reference Stardate 1/8512 (December 2185). An increased emphasis on larger survey vessels, as well as manufacturing delays, curtailed production, and only 15 scouts were built.
The Star Fleet Appropriation of Stardate 3669 authorized the production of 16 scouts of the Monoceros class variant, beginning with the U.S.S. Monoceros NCC-601, commissioned on Reference Stardate 1/8906 (June 2189).
The Star Fleet Appropriation of Stardate 5099 authorized the production of nine vessels of the Cygnus class variant, which were specially outfitted for regular duty as command and diplomatic couriers, beginning with the U.S.S. Cygnus NCC-617, commissioned on Reference Stardate 1/9203 (March 2192). The class saw extensive service throughout the Four Years War, and the Cygnus class served as battle fleet operations centers throughout the war.
Hermes class vessels
Hermes class Mark VII
U.S.S. Aeolus NCC-588 • U.S.S. Anubis NCC-586 • U.S.S. Batidor NCC-593 • U.S.S. Bowie NCC-597 • U.S.S. Bridger NCC-591 • U.S.S. Carson NCC-592 • U.S.S. Cody NCC-594 • U.S.S. Crockett NCC-600 • U.S.S. Diana NCC-589 • U.S.S. Hermes NCC-585 • U.S.S. Quintillus NCC-590 • U.S.S. Revere NCC-595 • U.S.S. Sacajawea NCC-598 • U.S.S. Spaker NCC-596 • U.S.S. Tonti NCC-599
Mk VIIA Monoceros class
U.S.S. Aries NCC-602 • U.S.S. Camelopardus NCC-606 • U.S.S. Canis Major NCC-611 • U.S.S. Canis Minor NCC-615 • U.S.S. Equulus NCC-603 • U.S.S. Leo NCC-607 • U.S.S. Leo Minor NCC-614 • U.S.S. Lepus NCC-610 • U.S.S. Lupus NCC-604 • U.S.S. Lynx NCC-608 • U.S.S. Monoceros NCC-601 • U.S.S. Pegasus NCC-612 • U.S.S. Taurus NCC-605 • U.S.S. Ursa Major NCC-609 • U.S.S. Ursa Minor NCC-616 • U.S.S. Vulpecula NCC-613
Mk VIIB Cygnus class
Authorized Stardate 5099, specially outfitted for regular duty as command and diplomatic couriers
U.S.S. Apus NCC-618 • U.S.S. Aquila NCC-623 • U.S.S. Columbia NCC-621 • U.S.S. Corvus NCC-620 • U.S.S. Cygnus NCC-617 • U.S.S. Grus NCC-624 • U.S.S. Pavo NCC-622 • U.S.S. Phoenix NCC-625 • U.S.S. Tucana NCC-619