|Tech Base||Star League|
|Fuel||2,000 Tons (5,000)|
|Safe Thrust||2 g|
|Top Thrust||3 g|
|KF Drive Integrity||10|
|Armament|| 8 x Large Lasers |
4 x NAC/10
2 x Barracuda Missile Launchers
|Grav Decks||1 (60m)|
|Escape Pods/Life Boats||8|
|BV (1.0)||20,427|
|BV (2.0)||14,691|
Being surrounded by hostile realms, the Hegemony Armed Forces recognized the need for a small, powerful craft to patrol the approaches to Hegemony worlds and that could delay any intruders, which eventually resulted in the Vincent-class corvette.
After years of making do with a massive volume of automated surveillance satellites and four-ship patrol squadrons to balance the abilities and weaknesses of it's Bonaventure and Vigilant Class corvettes, which still failed to stall the successful invasion of Terra Firma by the Capellan Confederation in 2409, the Terran Hegemony commissioned a new corvette with double the previous detection-capability, sizable firepower and flexibility to allow future advances. Delhi Ships, a small manufacturer of military transport vessels that later became Delhi Warships, submitted a design that would became the Vincent corvette.
What set the Vincent apart from previous Hegemony corvettes was its size, almost twice that of previous designs, and the use of what the designers called "smart modularity", which was Delhi Ships' attempt to confer with other contractors to standardize ship fittings and systems. The large size of the class and smart modularity were key to the ship's longevity, allowing the relatively roomy Vincent to accommodate all technological advances and ensuring the thousands of Vincents built continued service with the HAF, SLDF and even the Clan Toumans.
The Vincent's four Luxor-10 Series NAC/10's and two Barracuda Missile Tubes, carrying 200 rounds NAC/10 ammo and 10 Barracuda Missiles, give it credible anti-WarShip firepower, especially because corvettes usually fight as squadrons. The eight Thunderbolt Large Lasers only provide minimal deterrent against attacking Aerospace Fighters however.
- Bay 1: Fighters (6) - 2 Doors
- Bay 2: Small Craft (4)- 1 Door
- Bay 3: Cargo (97,283.5 tons) - 1 Door
- Mark 39 - The most common model prior to the Amaris Coup, the Mark XXXIX features an Ulsop Al Surveillance Computer, more than doubling the effective detection range of the earlier Mark XXXVIII. The Mark XXXIX carries two Howser 2G2 "Hotfire" engines; their powerful thrust gives the Vincent great swiftness and maneuverability. BV (2.0) = 14,691; Cost: 2,161,153,054 C-Bills
- Mark 42 - The model in use with Clans during the inital invasion of the Inner Sphere differs little from the Mark 39, the most notable changes being the addition of a Lithium-Fusion Battery System and Clan HarJel based hull-sealant technology. BV (1.0)= 21,271
 Named Vessels
- Taurian Concordat
- TCV New Vandenberg - Built as a Mk.39 Type Vincent, this WarShip became part of the Taurian Concordat's Navy. This Taurian Vessel is only Warship of its navy to survive the Reunification War. The New Vandenberg was hidden in the Hyades asteroid field, and where it remained barely functional. By Mid 31st Century, rumor of the ship's survival begun to be leaked out, and the Word of Blake making deal a with Concordat officals to revive the ancient ship. However, its unclear what happened to the ship after the Jihad begun.
- Terran Hegemony
- WoBS Blade of Divinity - Mk. 39 Class vessel. One of the ships recovered by the Word of Blake from the former SLDF naval base in the Odessa system, which the Blakists renamed the Ruins of Gabriel, the Blade of Divinity formed a part of the core of the Blakist WarShip fleet. Used during the Jihad, including during the Sian naval raids of 3068 and 3074 where the Blade of Divinity took damage fighting Capellan forces in system. The Blade of Divinity was last observed in the Dayr Khuna system as part of a pack of five Blakist WarShips which conducted a brief raiding campaign against the Duchy of Oriente in 3079. As at mid-3081 the Blade of Divinity remains unaccounted for.
- Wolf's Dragoons
 See Also
 Ship Gallery
- ↑ Technical Readout: 3057 Revised, p. 132 Vincent - Mk. 39 does not have a LF Battery, but Mk. 42 does.
- ↑ Technical Readout: 3057 Revised, 132 Vincent - Mk. 39's Cargo hold setup and stats.
- ↑ Jihad Turning Points: Luthien, p. 14, "Vincent Mk. 39 [Corvette]"
- ↑ AeroTech 2 Record Sheets, p. 284
- ↑ Star League sourcebook, p. 30 Jacob Cameron - Vincent Class vessel named in Jacob Cameron's write up.
- ↑ Technical Readout: 3057 Revised, p. 132 Vincent - Only variant of the Vincent operating in 25th Century while Jacob was in command was the Mk. 39.
- ↑ 7.0 7.1 Jihad: Final Reckoning, p. 127, "Naval Assets"
- ↑ Jihad Turning Points: Sian, p. 5, "Naval Support": Blake of Divinity named as part of WoB task force raiding system
- ↑ Jihad: Final Reckoning, p. 128, "Ships Not Accounted For"
- ↑ Cite error: Invalid
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- ↑ Jihad Turning Points: Luthien, p. 5, "Naval Support": Righteousness listed as destroyed
- ↑ Field Manual: Mercenaries, Revised, p. 113, "Dragoons Naval Command"
- ↑ Field Manual: Mercenaries, Revised, p. 114, "Alpha Regiment"
- ↑ Mercenaries Supplemental Update, p. 120
- Technical Readout: 2750, pp. 126-127
- Technical Readout: 3057, pp. 134-135
- AeroTech 2 Record Sheets
- Field Manual: ComStar
- Field Manual: Free Worlds League
- Field Manual: Crusader Clans
- Field Manual: Warden Clans
- Jihad: Final Reckoning
- Jihad Hot Spots: Terra
- Jihad Turning Points: Luthien
- Jihad Turning Points: Sian
- Mercenaries Supplemental Update
- Technical Readout: 2750
- Technical Readout: 3057
- Technical Readout: 3057 Revised