Deck 8 is the security deck. Phaser cannons, identical to those used in the NX series, are mounted from the ceiling with a single torpedo tube in between. The ship is armed with two types of torpedo, the tried-and-true spatial torpedo and the recently developed photonic torpedo. These are stocked through hatches on either side of the weapons ports. Starboard is a security briefing room, and portside is small arms storage. In the centre are two security holding cells, with crew cabins aft. The turbolift opens forward on this deck because the horizontal shaft goes aft to the secondary hull.
Deck 9 is the medical deck. Sickbay is laid out differently than the Enterprise but is equipped similarly to Dr. Phlox’s sickbay. There are more crew quarters and the ship’s laundry at centre. A corridor leads aft to the secondary hull.
Deck 10 houses the remainder of the crew quarters, with a high bay forward to accommodate the navigational deflector dish.
Deck 11 is the mounting point for the navigational deflector array. Much more compact than the old version, it still takes up a lot of space. Surrounding it are two science labs, two guest quarters, and auxiliary systems monitoring and power distribution aft.
Deck 12 is the primary hull cargo hold, for small to medium sized items.
Deck 13 is almost identical to Deck 1, with sensors and shield generators accessible by ladder.
The armoury is a compact space but with lots of automation. The torpedoes need only be stacked on a cart and moved to the transfer tube, Three torpedoes of either type can be fired in quick succession.
Sickbay’s ICU has three beds, with the lab in the middle.
The exam table does not actually slide into the diagnostic machine – this time around I just wanted it to look right.
The navigational deflector array.
In the event of an emergency, such as a warp core breach, the primary hull separates and acts as a lifeboat. Two impulse engines accelerate the ship past the blast radius. Here you can see the port side impulse rocket with its deuterium tank below.
That’s it for the primary hull! (So much for a smaller piece count – but the files are much smoother to work with.)
Quoting Gabor Pauler
Are the weapons original Franz Joseph designs, and you just following that, or are they your own designs?
I am following what is shown on-screen on Star Trek: Enterprise. Although I have to admit that once again my launch tube is rather short. But we see Malcolm Reed in the armoury with these torpedoes and he could basically pick one up himself. http://www.waxingmoondesign.com/DeckFPage.html
Great work again. I have a question: for me, the size of the weapons seems to be relatively small for such an immense spaceship (I just compare them with nuclear missiles with real warships). Are the weapons original Franz Joseph designs, and you just following that, or are they your own designs?