U.S.S. Lexington NCC-1709

Three-view orthographic plans of the Constitution-class U.S.S. Lexington NCC-1709.
U.S.S. Lex­ing­ton NCC-1709

Lex­ing­ton was launched in 2247 from the Coper­ni­cus Ship Yards on Luna under the com­mand of Cap­tain Mark Korolev. Under Korolev’s com­mand, Lex­ing­ton per­formed two 5‑year mis­sions focus­ing on the spin­ward regions of the Fed­er­a­tion bor­der in the Alpha Quad­rant. Between these two mis­sions, Lex­ing­ton spent two months in dry dock under­go­ing sensor sys­tems improve­ments. After Korolev’s pro­mo­tion to Com­modore, Lex­ing­ton was assigned mul­tiple COs and patrolled the sec­tors of space around the Tzen­kethi Coali­tion and the Helaspont Neb­ula. Lex­ing­ton then returned to Coper­ni­cus Ship Yards for a long over­due warp propul­sion refit. After suf­fer­ing severe dam­age from the Enter­prise under con­trol of the M‑5 unit and then under­go­ing repairs, Lex­ing­ton re-entered reg­u­lar service.

  • Dimen­sions: length 288 m, width 127 m, height 71.8 m, decks 23
  • Speed: cruise warp 6, max­im­um warp 8
  • Arma­ments: 4 class VII phaser banks, 2 photon tor­pedo tubes
  • Crew: 60 officers, 370 enlisted





Power: 14
Scale: 4
Shields: 11
Res­ist­ance: 4
Crew Sup­port: 4


  • Phaser Banks (Energy, Range M, 8 , Ver­sat­ile 2)
  • Photon Tor­pedoes (Tor­pedo, Range L, 6 , High Yield)
  • Tract­or Beam (Strength 3)


  • Advanced Sensor Suites
  • Mod­u­lar Laboratories
  • Rugged Design
  • Sec­ond­ary Reactors