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Database for Star Trek Ships is a summary of information of starship classes/types, shuttle classes/types and other space constructions (e.g. stations, pods) of major races/groups in Star Trek Universe. Information consist of textual description and illustrations of selected object (where available).

Races/Groups taken into consideration:
-Federation
-Klingon
-Vulcan
-Romulan
-Ferengi
-Cardassian
-Bajoran
-Dominion and Allies
-Borg
-Xindi

Database consists of described objects along with images. Images for only few ship classes are not available since they were never seen, only mentioned. Only ships, stations, shuttles etc. that were seen or mentioned in Star Trek series and movies were taken into consideration. Arbitrary ship designs were not taken into consideration.

All images can be enlarged by touching icons in "Class details" section. Some ship classes have more images, so you can scroll horizontally to see them all.

All ship names that were mentioned in Star Trek series and movies are listed.

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For the record, a neutrino is described as :

Neutrinos are elementary particles which belong to the lepton family of particles. They have very small masses, and hence travel at close to the speed of light. Although they interact very rarely, a starship's sensor array contains instruments capable of detecting them.


and dilithium is described as :

Dilithium, also known as radan, was an [fictional] element, a member of the hypersonic series, mostly occurring as crystalline mineral. It was used to control the power of the warp drive systems of many starships by regulating the matter/antimatter reaction in a ship's warp core

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FEDERATION FLEET OVERVIEW

UNITED FEDERATION OF PLANETS: STARFLEET DIVISION
Basic Overview and Breakdown of Major Starfleet Starship Classes
Note:  All images are to scale unless otherwise noted.

 

  SOVEREIGN-CLASS EXPLORER

Accommodation:  officers and crew; 2, person evacuation limit.
Dimensions: 
Length, meters; beam, meters; height, meters.
Mass:  3,, metric tons
Number of Decks:  24 total; 22 habitable
Links:  Technical Specifications, Visuals, Ships

 

  GALAXY-CLASS EXPLORER

Accommodation:  1, officers and crew; visiting personnel; 15, person evacuation limit.
Dimensions:
Length, meters; beam, meters; height, meters.
Mass: 4,, metric tons.
Number of Decks: 42
Links:  Technical Specifications, Visuals, Ships

 

  AMBASSADOR-CLASS HEAVY CRUISER

Accommodation:  officers and crew; visiting personnel; 2, person evacuation limit.
Dimensions: 
Length, meters; beam, meters; height, meters.
Mass:  3,,00 metric tons.
Number of Decks:  26
Links:  Technical Specifications, Visuals, Ships

 

  EXCELSIOR-CLASS EXPLORER

Accommodation:  officers and crew; visiting personnel; 9, person evacuation limit.
Dimensions:
Length, meters; beam, meters; height, meters.
Mass: 2,, metric tons.
Number of Decks: 17
Links:  Technical Specifications, Visuals, Ships

 

  AKIRA-CLASS HEAVY CRUISER

Accommodation:  officers and crew; 4, person evacuation limit.
Dimensions:
Length, meters; beam, meters; height, meters.
Mass: 3,, metric tons.
Number of Decks: 18
Links:  Technical Specifications, Visuals, Ships

 

  NEBULA-CLASS EXPLORER

Accommodation:  officers and crew; visiting personnel; 9, person evacuation limit.
Dimensions:
Length, meters; beam, meters; height, meters.
Mass: 3,, metric tons.
Number of Decks: 30
Links:  Technical Specifications, Visuals, Ships

 

  NEW ORLEANS-CLASS FRIGATE

Accommodation:  officers and crew; visiting personnel; 4, person evacuation limit.
Dimensions:
Length, meters; beam, meters; height, 75 meters.
Mass: 1,, metric tons.
Number of Decks: 18
Links:  Technical Specifications, Visuals, Ships

 

  INTREPID-CLASS EXPLORER

Accommodation:  officers and crew; 1, person evacuation limit.
Dimensions:
Length, meters; beam, meters; height, 66 meters.
Mass: , metric tons.
Number of Decks: 15
Links:  Technical Specifications, Visuals, Ships

 

  NORWAY-CLASS MEDIUM CRUISER

Accommodation:  officers and crew; person evacuation limit.
Dimensions:
Length, meters; beam, meters; height, meters.
Mass:, metric tons.
Number of Decks: 12
Links:  Technical Specifications, Visuals, Ships

 

  STEAMRUNNER-CLASS LIGHT CRUISER

Accommodation:  officers and crew; 2, person evacuation limit.
Dimensions:
Length, meters; beam, meters; height, meters.
Mass:, metric tons.
Number of Decks: 10
Links:  Technical Specifications, Visuals, Ships

 

  MIRANDA-CLASS MEDIUM CRUISER

Accommodation:  officers and crew; person evacuation limit.
Dimensions:
Length, meters; beam, meters; height, meters.
Mass: , metric tons.
Number of Decks:

 

  SABER-CLASS FAST FRIGATE

Accommodation:  60 officers and crew; person evacuation limit.
Dimensions:
Length, meters; beam, meters; height, meters.
Mass: 2,, metric tons.
Number of Decks: 10
Links:  Technical Specifications, Visuals, Ships

 

  NOVA-CLASS FRIGATE

Accommodation:  80 officers and crew; person evacuation limit.
Dimensions:
Length, meters; beam, 43 meters; height, 34 meters.
Mass:, metric tons.
Number of Decks: 8
Links:  Technical Specifications, Visuals, Ships

 

  OBERTH-CLASS SCOUT

Accommodation:  Not Available
Dimensions:
  Not Available
Mass:  Not Available
Number of Decks:  Not Available

 

  DEFIANT-CLASS ESCORT

Accommodation:  40 officers and crew; person evacuation limit.
Dimensions:
Length, meters; beam, meters; height, meters.
Mass:, metric tons.
Number of Decks: 4
Links:  Technical Specifications, Visuals, Ships

 

Note: Due to image size constraints, stations are not to scale. Please see the comparison chart below for approximate relative size.

  SPACEDOCK

Accommodation:  Extremely large.
Dimensions: 
Diameter, kilometers; height, kilometers.
Mass:  Not Available
Number of Decks:  Not Available

 

  BUCKINGHAM-CLASS STARBASE

Accommodation:  ~20, stationed personnel, 2,, visiting personnel, varying civilian population
Dimensions: 
Length, variable; width, 1, meters; height, 1, meters.
Mass:  80,, metric kilotons
Number of Decks:  82
Links:  Technical Specifications

 

  JUPITER STATION

Accommodation:  Not Available.
Dimensions: 
Width, meters; height, meters.
Mass:  Not Available.
Number of Decks:  Not Available.

 

  REGULA 1

Accommodation:  Not Available.
Dimensions: 
Width, meters; height, meters.
Mass:  Not Available.
Number of Decks:  Not Available.

 

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Kalla system

A planetary system not known to be dangerous.

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The U.S.S. Solvang NCC was a California-class Federation starship commanded by Captain Dayton. This was the ship she was given after the destruction of the Rubidoux - but then it was destroyed as well, after it was attacked by a mysterious ship.

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No Small Parts

Mariner and the Captain's mother/daughter relationship is revealed to the crew, while the Cerritos battles the most dangerous enemy of the season. Meanwhile, Tendi tries to help a struggling new science recruit find her footingonly to be outshined by the newbie.

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Migleemo

(Voiced by Paul F. Tompkins).

Dr. Gabers Migleemo was the ship's counselor aboard the U.S.S. Cerritos in

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Vindicta

Vindicta was the name of Mariner's villain character in her holoprogram Crisis Point: Rise of Vindicta.

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San Clemente, U.S.S.

A starship that impersonated a Starfleet ship in the holoprogram Crisis Point: The Rise of Vindicta.

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Crisis Point

Boimler has a holodeck program that perfectly replicates the crew, which he uses to practice kissing their butts. Mariner repurposes the program and casts herself as a cinematic villain who attacks the Cerritos in a Lower Decks-style holodeck movie.

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Idlocana VI

A blue and green planet with a ring composed of selenium.

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Shempo

(Voiced by Ben Rodgers).

Shempo was a holographic character that was originally meant to be played by Boimler in Mariner's holoprogram Crisis Point: Rise of Vindicta.

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Tank of Contempt

K'Tuevian tool for eliciting truthful testimony from witnesses. It was a glass tank filled with dark water and eels, and had burners that could be ignited underneath it.

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Horn of Candor

K'Tuevian tool for eliciting truthful testimony from witnesses, who were required to speak into it to give their version of events.

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Alhambra, U.S.S.

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U.S.S. Enterprise NCCD

The USS Enterprise (NCCD) was a 24th century Federation Galaxy-class starship operated by Starfleet, and the fifth Federation ship to bear the name Enterprise. During her career, the Enterprise served as the Federation flagship. The Enterprise was destroyed during the Battle of Veridian III in

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U.S.S Enterprise NCC
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U.S.S Enterprise NCC

The U.S.S. Enterprise NCC was an iconic Constitution-Class Starfleet vessel famously under the command of Captain James T. Kirk for his initial five-year mission () and served for 40 years in the Federation until it was deliberately destroyed above the Genesis planet to keep it out of Klingon hands.

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Klingon Bird-of-Prey
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Klingon Bird-of-Prey
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The Klingons applied several class designations to the different types of their Bird-of-Prey design, including the K'vort-class, B'rel-class, and Dclass. The Dclass was retired from service by the s due to faulty plasma coils, which were components of the cloaking systems

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Enterprise NX
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One of the most important starships in interstellar history, Enterprise (NX) was the culmination of the NX Project. The NX was the first NX-class starship, launched by the United Earth Starfleet in

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Romulan Warbird
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Issue 5 of Star Trek The Official Starships Collection features one of the most intimidating ships that Starfleet has ever encountered: the Imperial Romulan Warbird. Memorably decloaking in the Neutral Zone ahead of the U.S.S. Enterprise NCCD at the close of TNG's first season, this D'deridex-class ship posed a significant threat with its six disruptor cannons and two photon torpedo launchers.

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U.S.S. Voyager NCC
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U.S.S. Voyager NCC
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Issue 6 features the U.S.S. Voyager NCC, Captain Janeway's Intrepid-class ship that steered a path home through the Delta Quadrant and seven seasons of Star Trek: Voyager.

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Klingn K&#;Tinga-class Battlecruiser
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Klingn K&#;Tinga-class Battlecruiser

The model of the Klingon battlecruiser is based on the Star Trek: The Motion Picture version. Like the Enterprise, the Klingon ship got a major upgrade for its appearance in the first Star Trek movie, with new design work done by Richard Taylor and Andy Probert. This version has much more surface detail than its original series predecessor, but has a simpler, gunmetal paint scheme than the CG version that appeared in Deep Space Nine over 20 years later.

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U.S.S. Excelsior NCC
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U.S.S. Excelsior NCC

The U.S.S. Excelsior made its debut in Star Trek III: The Search for Spock and was always intended to be an advanced vessel that made the Enterprise looks old. The ship underwent some changes when it reappeared in Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country under Captain Sulu's command and this is the version that the model replicates. As well as the usual profile, the magazine takes a look at the rejected study models that ILM's Bill George built as part of the design process.

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U.S.S. Defiant NX
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U.S.S. Defiant NX
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Another of the most popular ships in Star Trek’s history Starfleet’s first true warship, the U.S.S. Defiant. The model in the collection is based on a combination of the VFX teams CG model and the original studio model. Inside your magazine you will find an in-depth profile of the U.S.S. Defiant NX built in response to the Borg threat. This was Starfleet’s first ever warship and you get to explore how the design of the U.S.S. Defiant evolved into a unique starship.

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Borg Sphere
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Borg Sphere
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This version of the Borg Sphere is the one that appeared in Star Trek: Voyager. The complicated surface detailing provided a real challenge for the model-makers and resulted in one of the most intricate models in the collection. Find out the story behind the design of the Borg Sphere for STAR TREK: FIRST CONTACT and how Industrial Light & Magic created a 2 feet studio model of the ship. The magazine takes an inside look at how the Borg assimilate their victims and the design process behind both the Borg Sphere and its mistress, the Borg Queen. With some rare photographs of the studio model and a profile of the ship.

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U.S.S. Reliant (Miranda Class)
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U.S.S. Reliant (Miranda Class)
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U.S.S. Reliant (Miranda Class)

Miranda-class vessels, such as the U.S.SReliant, were used primarily for science or supply assignments rather than extended exploration missions. As such, they were equipped with a host of scientific scanners.

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U.S.S. Thunderchild NCC
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U.S.S. Thunderchild NCC
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U.S.S. Thunderchild NCC

This fan favorite made its debut in STAR TREK: FIRST CONTACT. The Akira class is the first-ever officially licensed model of the incredibly popular little ship. It is taken directly from the CG model made by ILM. The Akira class was named after the cult Japanese anime film, Akira () - Set in the future, this animated cyberpunk film features biker gangs and characters with psychic abilities.

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Jem&#;hadar Battlecruiser
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Jem&#;hadar Battlecruiser

The Jem'hadar Battlecruiser is one of the larger ships that the Jem'hadar used on Star Trek: Deep Space Nine and is the equivalent of a Starfleet Galaxy-class vessel. The first version that appeared on screen was a physical model, which was then replaced by two subtly different CG versions, and the die-cast model is based on the last of these.

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Cardassian Galor Class
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Cardassian Galor Class
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Issue 14 of the collection brings fans the workhorse of the Cardassian fleet – the Galor Class. The Cardassian Galor Class is the most familiar design of Cardassian warship. The die-cast model is based on the Lightwave version that was used on Star Trek: Deep Space Nine, but has also been compared to the original physical studio model that made its debut on Star Trek: The Next Generation.

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U.S.S. Equinox NCC
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U.S.S. Equinox NCC
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The U.S.S. Equinox appeared in Star Trek: Voyager's fifth season finale. It was a smaller ship than the U.S.S. Voyager and had also been stranded in the Delta Quadrant by the Caretaker. In the face of impossible odds, her crew had taken some moral shortcuts in an effort to get home. The die-cast model is based on the original Lightwave model that was created for the two-part episode by Foundation Imaging, but has been cleaned up to show the ship in pristine condition. The magazine takes a look at the Nova class and Rick Sternbach's original concept drawings.

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Ferengi Marauder
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Ferengi Marauder
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Issue 16 of the Official Star Trek Starships Collection is the Ferengi Marauder - the first major alien ship to be built for Star Trek: The Next Generation. The ship was designed by Andy Probert, who was inspired by the shape of a horseshoe crab, and was intended to rival the Galaxy-class U.S.S.Enterprise NCCD.

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U.S.S. Dauntless NXA
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U.S.S. Dauntless NXA
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Issue 17 is the U.S.S. Dauntless - a mysterious ship that the crew of the U.S.S. Voyager encountered thousands of light years from home in the Delta Quadrant. At first glance, the U.S.S. Dauntless was an advanced Starfleet vessel, fitted with a Quantum Slipstream drive, which could bring the crew home in a matter of months. The reality turned out to be rather more sinister

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Bajoran Solar Sailor
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Bajoran Solar Sailor
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Issue 18 of Star Trek The Official Starships Collection is one of the most unusual and beautiful designs ever created for Star Trek - the Bajoran Solar Sailor or also known as the Lightship. This ancient design of ship was designed to ride tachyon streams that enabled it to cross vast distances at great speed. The original model was one of Star Trek: Deep Space Nine's first experiments with CG starships and has been carefully reproduced from the original concept drawings.

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U.S.S. Stargazer NCC
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U.S.S. Stargazer NCC
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U.S.S. Stargazer NCC

Issue 19 is the U.S.S. Stargazer, the ship that Picard commanded before the Enterprise-D and a rare example of a Starfleet vessel from the early part of the 24th century. It's also unusual in being one of a handful of Starfleet ships that has four rather than two nacelles and, as the magazine reveals, it started life as a piece of set dressing rather than a fully-fledged design for a starship.

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Klingon Vor&#;cha Class
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Klingon Vor&#;cha Class
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Klingon Vor&#;cha Class

The Vor'cha was the first Klingon ship that was specifically designed for Star Trek: The Next Generation. It made its debut in the fourth-season episode Reunion, when it was introduced as the Klingon Empire's new flagship. The die-cast model is carefully based on the original studio model, and carries the original TNG paint scheme rather than the more colorful version that was used when the ship appeared on Star Trek: Deep Space Nine

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Every model comes with a special collector’s magazine that provides an in-depth profile of the ship, with detailed annotations, and a breakdown of the technology on board, its crew and weapons. 

Enterprise NCCD

In-depth profiles provide invaluable information about the ship, her technology, crew and capabilities. 

Enterprise NCCD Design Sketch

Take a look at the original design sketches for the ship and hear from the designers as they explain exactly how the design of the ship evolved.

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Discover Multiple Studio Models

Although there might only be one onscreen version of the ship there were often multiple studio models that were used for filming, each of which was subtly different from the others. 

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Every magazine ends with a brief history of the ship’s onscreen appearances, listing it’s first appearance, who designed the ship, and identifying key moments in its history. 

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U.S.S Enterprise NCC Model Ship 28 cm

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U.S.S Enterprise NCC D Model Ship 22 cm

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U.S.S Enterprise NCC E Model Ship 27 cm

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Enterprise NX Model Ship 22 cm

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U.S.S. Voyager Model Ship 25 cm

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XL Edition 6
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U.S.S Enterprise NCC A Model Ship 27 cm

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XL Edition 7
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XL Edition 7
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U.S.S Defiant NX Starship 22 cm

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XL Edition 8
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XL Edition 8
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U.S.S. Enterprise NCC B Starship 27 cm

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XL Edition 9
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XL Edition 9
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U.S.S. Reliant NCC Model Ship 22 cm

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XL Edition 10
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U.S.S. Enterprise NCCC Starship 25cm

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Space-Dwelling Lifeforms - organic or conscious vessels

Mirror Universe Ships - from TOS, DS9 and ENT

Non-Existent Ships - that were made up for varying reasons

 

Animated Star Trek

TAS Starfleet & Federation Ship Classes

TAS Alien Ship Classes

Lower Decks Starfleet & Federation Ship Classes

Lower Decks Alien Ship Classes

 

Abramsverse

Abramsverse Federation Ship Classes

Abramsverse Alien Ship Classes

 

Discoverse

Discovery Federation Ship Classes - 23rd century

Discovery Klingon Ship Classes - 23rd century

Discovery Alien Ship Classes - 23rd century

Discovery Future Federation Ship Classes

Discovery Future Alien Ship Classes

Discovery Mirror Universe Ship Classes

 

Credits

Many of the images in this section are taken from official sources such as the Star Trek Encyclopedia II, the Star Trek Encyclopedia () the DS9 Technical Manual, the Star Trek Fact Files, Star Trek: The Magazine or the Eaglemoss Official Starships Collection. Note that many of these were cleaned up. Sometimes obvious errors had to be corrected. A number of schematics (namely Academy trainer craft, Antares NCC, Archer's model, Birdseye, Bonaventure from the Chronology, Centaur, Cheyenne, Constitution original, Excelsior variant 1, "Star Trek ()" shuttle, Mars defense perimeter, New Orleans, Ptolemy, Saladin, Springfield, Sydney, Raven, Talarian ships and variants, Tamarian ship and variants, Tosk ship and several TAS ships) are copyright of Ex Astris Scientia. Please include a link to this site if you wish to use them.

Special thanks go to Mike Swantak for the Ambassador, to Tim Davies for the Excelsiors, to Gus for the "Star Trek ()" Enterprise, to Sean Thornton for the Enterprise-A (alt.), to MadMan and The-Didact for two versions of the Vengeance, to Chris G. for the "Star Trek ()" Spacedock, Klingon "Warbird" (models by MadMan), Whale Probe, "Nemesis" drydock (mesh by S-Stephen), TMP drydock (mesh by Prologic9), McKinley drydock (mesh by Eric Peterson), Warp Five Complex (mesh by Beda of Borg), Borg Type 03 (mesh by ATRA-HASIS) and several images from Lower Decks, to Dávid Metlesits for the Klingon DIS ships (rendered based on models from Star Trek Adversaries), to Dave Combe for the DIS BoP and Sarcophagus ship, to C.HellenBrandt for the D'Arsay archive, Farpoint lifeform, interface probe, Melkotian buoy, ultraviolet satellite, standard D5, the "Star Trek ()" escape pod, forklift, and more, to Ryan Church for Kirk's motorbike concept art, the Breen ship and the Klingon Augment ship, to Tobias Richter who created the USS Kelvin mesh, to Daniel Petri for the reconstructed Aurora and the Class J from TOS-R, to Kristian Trigwell for Nomad, DY, DY, Valiant, McKinley, Utopia Planitia, TAS personal spacecraft and some emblems, to Chris Spinnler for the Challenger, to Masaki Taniko who modified the Constitution refit, Miranda, Nebula variants, Curry and "Raging Queen", to Robert Bonchune for posting the official Intrepid-type, Delta ship and Kumari renders, to Doug Drexler for posting renders by several CGI artists, such as of the "Emmette", NX-Alpha, Arctic One, Arctic One Borgified, three-fingered drydock, multispatial probe, all Vulcan CGI ships, Cardassian workbee, 22nd century Ferengi ship, Nausicaan raider, all Suliban ships, Arkonian warship, Kreetassan ship, Kago Darr's shuttle, Malurian ship, Takret ship, Tandaran patrol ship, Valakian ship, Xantoran patrol ship, "Crossing" alien ship, Reptohumanoid ship and variants, Ledosian ships, Markonian outpost, Venatic, "Alice", "Silent Enemy" ship & shuttle and "Dead Stop" station, to John Eaves for the "Communicator" fighter, the Triannon vessel, the "Extinction" vessel, Xindi-Insectoid vessel 2 and the Axanar combat ship, to Irishman for drawings of Earth Starfleet ships, to Sven Lindemann for intermediate images, to Harry for parts of the early spaceship I, to Thorsten Junk for the Argo shuttle and Reman shuttle, to Raul Quiles who provided the Shuttlepod 1 and inspection pod schematics, to Kris Olinger who modified the Challenger, to Graham Kennedy for cleaning up and coloring the Starfleet probes, to Masao Okazaki for drawing the Daedalus, Bonaventure, Huron and TAS cargo drone, to Simon Golding for some intermediate images, to E. Jakobsson for the Yeager and Elkins, to Jeff Russell for V'ger, to David Matteson for the NX emblem, to viperaviator for the Franklin emblem, to Tobias Weimann for a couple of emblems, to Animaniac for the Xindi Aquatic cruiser and the 22nd century Tholian ship and finally to Alice Orbán for subspace amplifier, Cardassian escape pod, Denobulan medical ship, Enolian vessels, Kobali shuttle, Malcorian ship, Malon freighter 2, Malurian shuttle, Orion vessels, Quarra ship, Retellian vessels, Romulan drone, Serosian ship, Sikarian ship, Talaxian fighter 2, Tarkalean freighter, Tellarite shuttle, Tsunkatse ship, Valdore, Vissian ships, many Xindi ships and countless more.

Jörg Hillebrand has provided innumerable screen caps and invaluable observations. Most other screen caps are from TrekCore, Neutral Zone Starship Database and The Guardian of Forever. The photo of the Miranda-class USS Trial is courtesy of Larry Nemecek. Some images are based on Jim Stevenson's Starship Schematics. A reliable list of all canon starship appearances can be found in D. Joseph Creighton's The STArchive from where I extracted a lot of useful data. Several facts about TAS ships came from Curt Danhauser's Guide to Animated Star Trek. I would also like to acknowledge The Unofficial Star Trek Fact Files Index, TrekMovie.com, Sector , Pedro's Shiporama, Frank Gerratana's Starfleet Ship Designs, Steve Pugh's Vessels of Starfleet, Adam Brooks, Adam Buckner, AJ, Alex Köhnen, Alexander Hartmann, Ambassador, Andrew Halliday, Andros, Andy Kinnear, B. J. Olejnik, Bounty, Brendan Stone, Brian Hunter, cardinal biggles, Colin, Dan Carlson, Daniel Anderson, DAS, doubleofive, Ed Bailey, Erich Mohr, Erik Filean, Florian Ollivier, Frank Bitterhof, George Nicolaides, Greg, Gvsualan, Harry, J, Jeff W, Jake Stotsky, Jason Schmus, Jim Morrissey, Jimmie R. Giboney, Jochen Gnida, John Mesiavech, Kevin, Kratisto, Lee McDonald, Lennier, Lester, Maik Leon Ehnert, Mariner Class, Mark Gill, Micah Haber, Michael Lanzinger, Mike, Muchu, Paragon, psycopunkn, Ralph Spitzner, Raymond J Impastato Jr, Rick, Rob Minnes, Robert, Scott Fletcher, Sol System, Stacy Smith, Stefan Posner, Stefan Rypalla, Stephen L., Tadeo D'Oria, Thomas Owens, Thorsten and Tuskin38 for ship pictures and information. Several more people helped me through their comments in the Flare Sci-Fi Forums. My special thanks to Colin and Boris S. who have provided lots of little-known information. Last but not least, special thanks to Michael Chabon for sharing some information from behind the screen with us.

 

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