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Starfleet Runabout - Revamped!
The Seattle Class Runabout. As seen above with it's base of operations, the USS Avenger, Avenger class Cruiser.
About this creation
A Starfleet "Runabout". The Danube Class Runabout was becoming a bit small and underpowered by the start of the 25th Century, so Starfleet commissioned the creation of a larger vessel. The Seattle Class runabout was launched in 2406 and was approximately twice the size of the original runabout. It consisted of 2 decks, fore and aft, and had multi mission cargo pods that could be swapped out on ship or station for the required mission parameters. While more powerful than the original runabout these vessels were not designed for extensive combat operations and are only equipped with 4 phaser arrays, and 1 torpedo launcher.





















Comments

 I like it 
  March 4, 2011
Very nice smooth shape, looks sleek and speedy!
 I made it 
  February 12, 2011
Quoting Marc "Edge" R.unde Sorry for being short at first, but I had to go to work and didn't want to forget about it. I like the two deck idea a lot and the fact that we can actually see the modules. The Danube class has this feature too, but it is never shown. Not even in other MOCs, I have seen. You have created a great blend of a pumped up Voyager speedboat shuttle and the Vor'cha(?), klingon like nacelle design! ~Cheers
I felt it really needed to have the modules in order to actually show what it's use is. I'm not very happy with the results for my nacelles, apparently my dark blue clear pieces have all dissapered, I may redo them sooner or later..
  February 11, 2011
Sorry for being short at first, but I had to go to work and didn't want to forget about it. I like the two deck idea a lot and the fact that we can actually see the modules. The Danube class has this feature too, but it is never shown. Not even in other MOCs, I have seen. You have created a great blend of a pumped up Voyager speedboat shuttle and the Vor'cha(?), klingon like nacelle design! ~Cheers
  February 11, 2011
Looks great!
 I made it 
  February 11, 2011
Quoting Chris Roach I really like the pod idea! And the increased size. Great idea and playability. But would it fit into a standard federation ship's shuttle bay or would we have to retrofit the entire fleet? Great job!
It's more designed for larger ships, Galaxy and Sovereign types, and Starbases(both planet and space side)
 I made it 
  February 11, 2011
Quoting Fell Skyhawk Amazing, love it. If I made a 3d computer model using your design, would you mind? Not saying I will, may never get to it, but would you mind if I did end up doing it, giving you credit where credit is due of course.
Wouldn't mind at all! It would be great to see it smoothed down without studs all over it!
 I like it 
  February 11, 2011
Awesome, love the streamlined look! Great work!
 I like it 
  February 11, 2011
I really like the pod idea! And the increased size. Great idea and playability. But would it fit into a standard federation ship's shuttle bay or would we have to retrofit the entire fleet? Great job!
 I like it 
  February 11, 2011
Amazing, love it. If I made a 3d computer model using your design, would you mind? Not saying I will, may never get to it, but would you mind if I did end up doing it, giving you credit where credit is due of course.
 
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