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Klingon Fleet Basic Specs

Class Dimentions metres Mass
KTons
Crew Warp Speeds
Length Beam Height Decks Norm Cruise Max Cruise Max Rated
Warp Speeds
(TNG scale)
3271 276 60 15 800 390 6 7.8 9 10
Warp Speeds
(TNG scale)
6542 552 120 24 5,280 1,200 6 8 8.8 10
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2573 205 58 11 183 20 5* 5.5* 6* 2
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(TOS scale)
(Standard)
2284 1605 605 18 470 4406 5* 5.6* 6.6* 10
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(TOS scale)
(Refit)
2287 1607 607 18 307 480 5* 6* 8* 10
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(TOS scale)
(D-4 model)
100 80 24 4 28 18 5.1* 5.2* 5.8* 10
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(TOS scale)
(Standard)
2468 1609 689 9 490 510 5.5* 7* 8.8* 12
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(TNG scale)
(Refit)
2468 1609 689 9 490 510 5.5 7 8.8 12
Warp Speeds
(TNG scale)
(Figures for D-13 model)
10910 92 20 4 30 1211 5 7 8.2 12
Warp Speeds
(TOS scale)
255.6512 - - - - - - - - -
Warp Speeds
(TOS scale)
25713 205 58 11 228 20 5* 5.5* 6* 2
Warp Speeds
(TNG scale)
682.3214 470.0915 136.6515 39 4,31016 2,50016 8 9.25 9.617 12
Warp Speeds
(TNG scale)
10018 60 18 3 90 1219 5 5.5 6 4
Warp Speeds
(TNG scale)
481.3220 341.7615 106.8715 28 2,23821 1,90021 6 8.8 9.621 4
 
Class Dimentions metres Mass
Tons
Crew Warp Speeds
Length Beam Height Decks Norm Cruise Max Cruise Max Rated
Warp Speeds
(TNG scale)
3522 29 6.4 1 790 6 5 7 9 12
* Cochrane Scale
Yellow text = Canon source Green text = Backstage source Cyan text = Novel White text = DITL speculation

References

# Series Season Source Comment
1 Speculative Comparison of the B'Rel to the Enterprise-D in 'Rascals'. Note that the 109 metre bird of prey is a different ship which has its own entry.
2 Speculative Comparison of the ship to the Enterprise-D and D'Deridex in 'The Defector'. Note that the 109 metre bird of prey is a different ship which has its own entry.
3 Speculative Approximation, based on window heights.
4 Calculated from the scale diagram on page 317.
5
6 TOS 3 Day of the Dove
7 Generic official information
8 Star Trek Encyclopedia Calculated from the scale diagram on page 581, comparing the K'T'Inga to the D-7.
9 Star Trek Encyclopedia
10 Speculative Although sources are inconsistent, most calculations of the length of a Bird of Prey class ship yield a length of approximately 109 metres. Note that variants of the design which are significantly larger or smaller have their own entires under B'rel, K'pak and D'tai.
11 Star Trek III : The Search for Spock
12 Speculative Assumed to be the same length as the Cardassian Cargo ship
13 Speculative Approximation, based on window heights. Equal in size to the D-5.
14 Star Trek Deep Space Nine Technical Manual Stated on page 162. We sometimes ignore this source, but a posting to the DS9 Newsgroup by David Stipes, DS9's Visual Effects Supervisor, gave 2,250 feet so we went with the DS9 TM figure since the two were in such good agreement. Note that the Mirror universe version of the Negh'Var seen in 'Shattered Mirror' appeared to be a good deal larger than this. The alternate version is most likely a different design related to the Negh'Var class in the same way as the various Klingon Birg of Prey types of our universe.
15 Star Trek Deep Space Nine Technical Manual
16 Star Trek Deep Space Nine Technical Manual Page 162
17
18 Speculative Approximation. Length is uncertain, but probably smaller than the NX class.
19 ENT 1 Sleeping Dogs
20 Star Trek Deep Space Nine Technical Manual Stated on page 150. David Stipes, DS9's Visual Effects Supervisor, and Rick Sternbach have both confirmed the length is approximately 481 metres.
21
22 Speculative Comparison to the Vor'cha attack cruiser in 'Way Of The Warrior'.
Source :  Speculative
Comment : Comparison of the B'Rel to the Enterprise-D in 'Rascals'. Note that the 109 metre bird of prey is a different ship which has its own entry.
Source :  Speculative
Comment : Comparison of the ship to the Enterprise-D and D'Deridex in 'The Defector'. Note that the 109 metre bird of prey is a different ship which has its own entry.
Source :  Speculative
Comment : Approximation, based on window heights.
Comment : Calculated from the scale diagram on page 317.
Series :  TOS Season 3 (Disc 2)
Episode :  Day of the Dove
Source :  Generic official information
Book :  Star Trek Encyclopedia
Comment : Calculated from the scale diagram on page 581, comparing the K'T'Inga to the D-7.
Book :  Star Trek Encyclopedia
Source :  Speculative
Comment : Although sources are inconsistent, most calculations of the length of a Bird of Prey class ship yield a length of approximately 109 metres. Note that variants of the design which are significantly larger or smaller have their own entires under B'rel, K'pak and D'tai.
Film: Star Trek III : The Search for Spock
Source :  Speculative
Comment : Assumed to be the same length as the Cardassian Cargo ship
Source :  Speculative
Comment : Approximation, based on window heights. Equal in size to the D-5.
Book :  Star Trek Deep Space Nine Technical Manual
Comment : Stated on page 162. We sometimes ignore this source, but a posting to the DS9 Newsgroup by David Stipes, DS9's Visual Effects Supervisor, gave 2,250 feet so we went with the DS9 TM figure since the two were in such good agreement. Note that the Mirror universe version of the Negh'Var seen in 'Shattered Mirror' appeared to be a good deal larger than this. The alternate version is most likely a different design related to the Negh'Var class in the same way as the various Klingon Birg of Prey types of our universe.
Book :  Star Trek Deep Space Nine Technical Manual
Book :  Star Trek Deep Space Nine Technical Manual
Comment : Page 162
Source :  Speculative
Comment : Approximation. Length is uncertain, but probably smaller than the NX class.
Series :  ENT Season 1 (Disc 3)
Episode :  Sleeping Dogs
Book :  Star Trek Deep Space Nine Technical Manual
Comment : Stated on page 150. David Stipes, DS9's Visual Effects Supervisor, and Rick Sternbach have both confirmed the length is approximately 481 metres.
Source :  Speculative
Comment : Comparison to the Vor'cha attack cruiser in 'Way Of The Warrior'.


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