Sydney-class

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The Sydney features a blocky main body with two [[warp drive|nacelles]] of the same design as those on the [[Miranda-class]]. It possesses excellent [[impulse engine|sublight]] manoeuvrability superior to that of a [[Galaxy-class]] starship.
 
The Sydney features a blocky main body with two [[warp drive|nacelles]] of the same design as those on the [[Miranda-class]]. It possesses excellent [[impulse engine|sublight]] manoeuvrability superior to that of a [[Galaxy-class]] starship.
  
Ships of the class are exceptionally durable; USS Jenolan, despite being abandoned after a crash for nearly a century, was able to move under its own power with minimal repairs<ref name=relics>[[TNG]]: Relics</ref>.
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Ships of the class are exceptionally durable; ''USS Jenolan'', despite being abandoned after a crash for nearly a century, was able to move under its own power with minimal repairs<ref name=relics>[[TNG]]: Relics</ref>.
  
 
==Operational history==
 
==Operational history==

Latest revision as of 16:30, 23 December 2013

USS Jenolan, a Sydney-class transport

The Sydney-class is a type of Federation transport. It was introduced in the late 23rd century, and remained in service well into the 24th century.

Physical description

The Sydney features a blocky main body with two nacelles of the same design as those on the Miranda-class. It possesses excellent sublight manoeuvrability superior to that of a Galaxy-class starship.

Ships of the class are exceptionally durable; USS Jenolan, despite being abandoned after a crash for nearly a century, was able to move under its own power with minimal repairs[1].

Operational history

Sydney-class vessels have been in service since at least 2294[1]. As late as 2375, ships of the class were seen ferrying personnel to and from Deep Space Nine[2].

References

  1. 1.0 1.1 TNG: Relics
  2. DS9: Chrysalis
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