- For other uses, see Yamato.
Service history and disposition[edit | edit source]
At some point in the later 24th century, the Yamato was refit to the specifications of a Galaxy X-class heavy cruiser starship, with an added warp nacelle and central weapon battery, along with numerous other changes. (TNG video game: Birth of the Federation)
- No specific history or definitive final fate was established for this vessel as its name was selected for a ship by the game developers, and is placed seemingly at random when the ship appears.
Appendices[edit | edit source]
Connections[edit | edit source]
|Ships named Yamato|
|USS Yamato (NCC-1705, Constitution-class) • USS Yamato (NCX-5626-V, Yamato-class prototype) (see also: Yamato-class) • USS Yamato (NCC-71807, Galaxy-class) • USS Yamato (second Galaxy-class) • USS Yamato (Sovereign-class) • see also: Yamato-class (dreadnought)|
|Earthfleet Starship Yamato (battlecruiser)|
|Galaxy X-class dreadnought/dreadnought cruiser starships|
|standard configuration||Agrippa • Arizona • Aurora • Belfast • Berwick • Brooklyn • Calypso • Columbia • Crusader • Devron • Emerald • Enterprise-D (alternate) • Galaxy • Glasgow • Gorizia • Huntington • Kitakami • Konigsberg • Kwon Do • Lee • Liepzig • Memphis • Montcalm • Nagara • Odyssey • Raleigh • Risa • Roanoke • Sendai • Taranto • Venezia • Venture • Victory • Yamato • Young|
|variant configurations||Monarch-subclass: Samson (Monarch-class) • Venture-subclass: Samson (Venture-class) • Yamato-subclass: Madrid • Yamato|
|Terran Empire, Starfleet
|Galaxy-class||Devron • Enterprise-D • Galaxy • Kirk • London • Stadi • Venture|