Affiliation United Federation of Planets / Starfleet
Year Beginning Service 2379
Design Specifications
Ship Type Battleship
Length 612 meters
Beam 273 meters
Height 52 meters
Crew 600-700
Tactical Specifications
Armament Pulse Phasers, Phaser Arrays, Torpedo Launcher (Forward and Aft), Micro-Torpedo phalanx array
Defenses Deflector Shields, Ablative armor
Engineering Spefications
Top Speeds Warp 6.0 (Standard Cruising), Warp 9.2 (Maximum Cruising), Warp 9.975 (Maximum Attainable - Can be held for up to 12 hours)
Impulse Engines One Impulse system


Designed primarily as a fleet support craft the Achilles-class was put into service at the beginning of the Dominion War in order to provide some real muscle to the less combat orientated craft domination Starfleet at the time. With numerous weapon systems and a novel hull design, partially inspired by the Defiant Pathfinder research think tank, the Achilles-class proved itself a durable and effective in combat and soon was considered a priority build design for Starfleet.


As well as the standard complement of phaser arrays and torpedo launchers, which were fitted with both photon and quantum torpedoes at the outbreak of the Dominion War, the Achilles-class were upgraded to include the new pulse phaser weapon systems and the experimental micro-torpedo phalanx array.

Fitted with a battery of micro-torpedo tubes the Achilles-class are able to bombard their targets with numerous small warheads. While in and of themselves the micro-torpedoes aren't enough to break through most ship's shields the constant bombardment they can achieve when fired en mass can defeat most standard defensive systems.


The Achilles-class uses the standard twin nacelle design synonymous with Starfleet design in the 24th century. The main hull is teardrop shaped and presents a more shallow aspect to enemies, allowing the ship to more easily avoid enemy fire when entering battle.

Ships Using this Class in Star Trek: Second Fleet Online

There are no ships in ST:SFO using this class as the RPG has not got to the year of its production.
Achilles class

Achilles Class Battleship


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