- For other uses, see Yamato.
History and specifications[edit | edit source]
Technical data[edit | edit source]
Like its parent design, the Yamato-class was armed with a phaser spinal lance and could be equipped with a cloaking device. It also featured supplemental subsystems that could supply the vessel with extra power for short periods, as well as a hangar bay capable of deploying small craft into combat. (STO video game: Delta Rising)
Known vessels[edit | edit source]
|This article or subsection has an associated category.||Yamato class dreadnoughts|
- It is possible the USS Yamato II, a Galaxy X-class ship, was refit to become the prototype of this class, which is an offshoot of the Galaxy X. There is the additional possibility that there was a new prototype named Yamato built.
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)|
Background[edit | edit source]
|This section is written
from the Real World
point of view.
The name Yamato-class appears to be a double reference, both to the USS Yamato, lost with all hands to the Iconian software weapon in 2365, and to the space opera anime series Space Battleship Yamato wherein the World War II Japanese battleship Yamato was raised, repaired, and fitted with a "wave motion gun" to do battle in space.