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Ships commissioned Edit
- USS Budapest (NCC-64923)
- Star Trek: First Contact
- DS9: "Favor the Bold" (display graphic)
- VOY: "In the Flesh" (display graphic)
Studio model Edit
The Norway-class starship was one of the four CGI models designed by Alex Jaeger, once referred to by him as being "Voyager–esque", for the Battle of Sector 001 in Star Trek: First Contact. (American Cinematographer, December 1996, p. 70) A single image of the CGI rendering can be seen in Star Trek: The Next Generation Sketchbook: The Movies. During the pre-production phase of the film, the producers approved alternative backups for ship names and registries. The ship scale sheet showing the back-up names and registries can be found on John Eaves' blog. The CGI model of the Norway-class was constructed at Industrial Light & Magic (ILM) by Larry Tan and Paul Theren, executed in the Electric Image software for animation, and Form-Z software for the model itself. wbm
One year later, ILM was requested by Paramount to hand over their CGI models made for First Contact – the Norway amongst them – to Digital Muse in preparation for use in the upcoming Deep Space Nine episode "Sacrifice of Angels", but the Norway design was never again featured. One of the apparent factors for the model of the Norway not appearing in later productions following First Contact, was according to DS9 Visual Effects Supervisor David Stipes at the conclusion of Deep Space Nine's sixth season, that "the Norway needs to be resurfaced and modified," further stating that it "may be done on later episodes."  This was apparently never completed, and, as rumor had it, the CGI files for the Norway were either lost  or corrupted , the latter the more likely as it was something Stipes himself hinted at in an earlier blog entry, "I believe we removed the Norway-class for technical reasons". This made First Contact the only CGI appearance of the Norway design.
Though the class has never appeared on screen again as a model since First Contact, it did re-appear as display image graphics, they featuring in Star Trek: Deep Space Nine's "Favor the Bold" and Star Trek: Voyager's "In the Flesh". The latter display prop, which clearly reads "Norway-class", was later sold as Lot 5212 in the August 2007 It's A Wrap! sale and auction for US$2,025.00. The Deep Space Nine transparency was lifted from Doug Drexler's art he made for representation of the class in the Star Trek: Deep Space Nine Technical Manual (page 154).
Technical Manual Edit
The following information of specifications and defenses comes exclusively from the Star Trek: Deep Space Nine Technical Manual:
- Production Base: ASDB Integration Section, Spacedock 1, Earth
- Type: Medium Cruiser
- Accommodation: 190 officers and crew; 500 personal evacuation limit
- Power Plant: One 1,500 plus Cochrane warp core feeding two nacelles; one impulse system
- Dimensions: Length, 364.77 meters; beam, 225.61 meters; height, 52.48 meters
- Mass: 622,000 metric tonnes
- Performance: Warp 9.7 for 12 hours
- Armament: Six type-10 phaser emitters; two photon torpedo launchers
In the video game Star Trek: Starfleet Command III, it was stated that a Norway-class starship had a crew complement of 337 personnel, including three passengers and fourteen dependents.
- Norway-class ship names in Starfleet Command III:
- USS Aliyah
- USS Assawari
- USS De Ruyter
- USS Defence
- USS Glorie
- USS Groton
- USS Iowa
- USS Kortenauer
- USS Medina
- USS Meko
- USS Michigan
- USS Mikasa
- USS Missouri
- USS Naken
- USS North Carolina
- USS Norway
- USS Olympia
- USS Pervenetz
- USS Piorun
- USS Vosper
- USS Warspite
The Norway class is also a playable ship in Star Trek: Legacy.