USS Yorktown (NCC-82002)


“Mystery creates wonder and wonder is the basis of man’s desire to understand.

Neil Armstrong – Ship’s Dedication Quote

The USS Yorktown is a Century-class starship that currently serves as the flagship of the Fourth Fleet attached to Task Force 17. The Yorktown is the fourth Federation starship to bear the name and follows a legacy of proven ships of exploration. The name Yorktown has often found its name into the halls of Starfleet Command as a proven name of science, and a stalwart ship in times of defense of the Federation. The name “Yorktown” goes back as far as the founding of the Federation and, in fact, Earth Starfleet.

USS Yorktown



  • 5 stories posted in 2 missions
  • 6 characters averaging 2.8 stories each

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17 July 2021

Chapter I

USS Yorktown: Stellar Devourer

“Captain’s log, stardate 76461.3: the Yorktown has been everything I imagined when I first came to the Federation and loaned my efforts to Starfleet. We’re six months into our five-year mission and I can’t help but be grateful for the trust that Starfleet has put in me, a Romulan former [...]

17 July 2021

Chapter IV

USS Yorktown: USS Yorktown

“What do we have, Zemess?” Aylen asked as Jerok watched her slowly pace the center of the bridge in front of him, her eyes locked to the view screen. A dead planetoid moon blocked half the view screen, but beyond it was a small, blue sphere; the D’Ghor ship’s warp trail led [...]

17 July 2021

Chapter III

USS Yorktown: USS Yorktown

“It doesn’t look like they’ve detected us, captain,” Zemess clicked his tongue as his hands were gliding across the tactical arch’s consoles. The Saurian input several commands, adjusting the tactical view several times. Jerok could hear the computer accepting the [...]

17 July 2021

Chapter II

USS Yorktown: USS Yorktown

“Sir, we’re in position directly above the pole,” the helm officer turned his head slightly towards the center of the bridge. “Between the strong magnetic field coming from the pole and all the ionizing radiation in the planet’s upper mesosphere, we should be [...]