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The Next Generation All Good Things come to an end...but not here.

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Old June 11 2013, 07:10 AM   #1
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Was the U.S.S. Horatio an Ambassador Variant?

Greetings fellow Trek fans! I am in the planning stage of building the USS Horatio featured as a pile of space rubble in the episode "Conspiracy" using a lighted Yamaguchi kit and custom decals. I am wondering whether the ship should be built like the Enterprise C or as a variant like the Zhukov or Yamaguchi.
 
My opinion is that it may have looked like the Enterprise C (with the non-cowled bussards and blue deflector dish, etc). I'm thinking the registry numbers (10,000's) looked like the C while the later batch (with ncc's in the 20,000's) looked like the Zhukov/Yamaguchi. It appears to me that in the Star Trek universe ship variants are usually built that way from the shipyard for some sort of special purpose (like the Lakota/Enterprise B variant or the Phoenix/Nebula variants). The other argument is that they were all changed or upgraded from the original design some time during their service making the Horatio another variant like the Zhukov/Yamaguchi?

Naturally there is no right answer since the Sternbach model had not been built until season 3 (Yesterday's Enterprise) and the changes to the studio model were probably made to make it look better on screen. But I just thought it might be fun to conjecture what the ship might have looked like before I start the kit and would really appreciate feedback from other trek ship fans.
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Old June 18 2013, 12:02 AM   #2
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Re: Was the U.S.S. Horatio an Ambassador Variant?

I'd have it look like the Zhukov with the boxy refit era lower sensor dome on the saucer, but would keep the EnT-C's aft boat-tail shuttlebay, just to mix it up.
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Old June 18 2013, 12:03 AM   #3
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Re: Was the U.S.S. Horatio an Ambassador Variant?

Isn't there a thread like this in the technology board?

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