Type: Heimdall Class - Exploration Battle Cruiser
Produced by Dakkus Shipyards Inc. at the Dakkus Shipyards, Devu.
Dimensions Length : 600 m
Beam : 225 m
Height : 140 m
Decks : 30
Mass 3,340,000 tons
8 x Type XIX Phaser Cannons
12 x Type XVIII Collimated Phaser Arrays
8 x Mk 104 Direct Fire Torpedo Launchers (Chroniton/Photon/Phoenix/Quantum/Tachyon/Transphasic/Tricobalt) + 600 torpedoes
Auto-modulated Devu-M super capacity regenerative temporal shield system, total capacity 5,915,000 TeraJoules
Heavy Duranium/Tritanium double hull plus 18 cm Ablative armour.
High level Structural Integrity Field
Normal Cruise : Warp Factor 7
Maximum Cruise : Warp Factor 9.5
Maximum Rated : Warp 9.99999+
2 Delta Class Runabouts
2 Type 6 Personal Shuttles
2 Type 7 Personal Shuttles
2 Type 11 Cargo Shuttles
3 Type 16 Shuttle pods
24 Valkyrie B Class Fighters
Expected Hull Life 104 years
Refit Cycle Minor : 4 year
Standard : 8 years
Major : 20 years
Heimdall Class CEB Exploration Battle Cruiser
In many ways the Heimdal class Exploration Battle Cruiser is a culmination of the for the Delta Freedom Alliance to carry out one of its primary goals, that of exploration whilst also maintain a fleet that can defend the fledgling Alliance in time of need.
The ship incorporates so many different design and mission objectives that it must be considered unique. The Heimdall Class is the protector and explorer of the Delta Freedom Alliance, giving it the utmost flexibility.
In addition, the Heimdall class has been fitted with the absolute latest technologies. A striking feature of the Heimdall is the arboretum located at the rear of the saucer section at the top of the neck.
The facilities aboard a luxurious to say the least, combining the best in holodeck technologies, gymnasiums, pools and sporting facilities. It is the 5 star hotel of space.
Sensor Net: A short range sensor system, taking amazing amounts of power but granting such a dense sensor field that not even a cloaked ship could fly through without being noticed. This system works a lot like a net in fact crisscrossing itself to eliminate sensor shadows. A traditional short range sensor system would be implemented when power is an issue, but this system even though effective often requires an engineer or scientist to keep an eye on it as it is a new and slightly temperamental on occasion
Zero-G Astrometrics Halo-lab: build like a traditional astrometrics labs with the capability to change it’s gravity and project anything within the lab to allow for an easy 3d view of the area (as well as a nice place for science nerds to relax).