History & Technical Specifications

The Titan is a Luna-class ship. The Luna-class is Starfleet’s newest-generation long-range explorer, a starship not built specifically for combat, but like the Constitution-class of the previous century, a vessel designed for a long-term multipurpose mission into uncharted space. Equipped with conventional tactical systems (deflector shields; phasers; quantum torpedoes), Titan also boasts state-of-the-art propulsion and cutting-edge scientific equipment, as well as being a testbed for experimental science tech not yet available on other classes.

The Luna-Class Development Project was initiated in 2369 in response to the discovery of the Bajoran wormhole, and originally conceived as leading a planned Starfleet wave of deep-space exploration in the Gamma Quadrant. The project was spearheaded by Dr. (Commander) Xin Ra-Havreii, a Starfleet theoretical engineer at Utopia Planitia. Field testing on the prototype U.S.S. Luna was under way by 2372 in the Alpha Quadrant, and construction of the fleet was scheduled to begin the following year. Unfortunately, contact with the Dominion and the subsequent outbreak of hostilities mothballed the project indefinitely, as Starfleet redirected its shipbuilding resources to the production of vessels better suited to combat.Upon the war’s end in late 2375, Dr. Ra-Havreii correctly judged that the Federation’s cultural psychology would eventually shift back toward its pre-war ideals, and pushed to have the Luna-class revisited as a major step toward resuming Starfleet’s mission of peaceful exploration (even though the class would no longer be assigned exclusively to the exploration of the Gamma Quadrant).

Construction of an initial fleet of twelve Luna-class vessels was completed by 2379, and the Titan was offered to William T. Riker, one of many command officers eager to put the strife of the last decade behind him.The Titan is manned by the most varied multispecies crew in Starfleet history, with humans taking up less than 15% of the 350-member crew. The diversity of the crew is intended to facilitate stories that will explore the ways that beings of different cultures, biologies, psychologies, and physical appearances learn how to work together, or fail to, depending on the circumstances they encounter.

Titan has eight shuttlecraft of various sizes.

The USS Titan was designed by Sean Tourangeau, who won a contest held to determine the ship’s design.

Faction: United Federation Of Planets Fleet
Affiliation: Starfleet
Operational Status: Active since 2379
Design Specifications Type: Deep Space Science
Vessel Length Overall: 454 meters Beam: 204 meters
Height: 81 meters Decks: 17 Designed Capacities
Crew Compliment:350
Life Support Capacity: 6,000 (Highly adaptable life support systems throughout ship)
Auxiliary Craft:
8 Shuttlecraft
1 Captain's Yacht
Tactical Systems Armament:
5 Type XI Phaser Arrays
3 Torpedo Tubes (2 fore, 1 aft)
Dedicated Launchers:
3 Probe Launchers (2 fore, 1 aft) Located in the Luna Class's sensor platform
6 Axis Shield Grid (fore, aft, dorsal, ventral, starboard and port)
Ablative Hull Plating
Engineering Specifications Warp Engines:
Type IX Low Hanging Nacelles
Class XIII Cochrane Warp Core
Sublight Engines:
Class IX Impulse Engines located on port and starboard of the primary hull
Cruising Speed: Warp 7 Maximum Speed: Warp 9.99 (12 hours)


Titan has 8 Type 11 shuttles, all named after Jazz performers.
They are:

As of the novel Over a Torrent Sea, Titan has a Flyer-class heavy shuttle, the Horne, as part of its compliment. The Horne is based off of the Delta Flyer from Star Trek:  Voyager

Luna Class Fleet