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Early interstellar vessel launched in 2064 which was lost when it was carried out of the galaxy into the surrounding energy barrier, later detected via its recorder-marker log buoy. As a result of contact...
A shuttlecraft on board the U.S.S. Enterprise NCC-1701, named after the explorer, Christopher Columbus (1451-1506). In 2267, this craft took part in a visual search for the crashed Galileo on the surface...
Intrepid, U.S.S. (NCC-1631)
A Constitution-class Federation starship, registry no. NCC-1631, with an all-Vulcan crew destroyed in 2268 by a gigantic spaceborne amoeba creature near the Gamma 7A System. A year earlier, the Intrepid...
Botany Bay, S.S.
Nuclear-powered vessel of the DY-100 class, which was Earth's standard interplanetary transport of the late 20th century. Named after an infamous Australian penal colony, the S.S. Botany Bay was converted...
A late 20th century interplanetary vessel design built on Earth using nuclear powered engines and equipped with suspended-animation chambers for longer voyages during the pre-warp era, superceded by 2018...
A sublight class ship of the 21st century, larger than the earlier DY-100 and in use for a century after being modified for early versions of warp drive. The S.S. Mariposa was of DY-500 class. Launched...
This Federation starship supposedly sent a distress call to the Enterprise in 2267. It was actually a hoax transmission from the Klingons, who faked the distress call in order to keep the Enterprise from...
Farragut, U.S.S. (NCC-1647)
The starship to which Lieutenant James T. Kirk was first assigned after leaving Starfleet Academy. During his service on the Farragut in 2257, 200 crew members were slaughtered by the dikironium cloud...
Constellation, U.S.S. (NCC-1017)
Federation starship, Constitution-class, registry no. NCC-1017, commanded by Commodore Matt Decker. Confronted by an extragalactic planet killer weapon in 2267 near system L-374, the Constellation took...
Deep Space Station K-7
A 22nd-century, civilian Federation outpost, K-7 was located near Sherman's Planet, and also located only one parsec from a nearby Klingon outpost. The station was near the Mempa Sector in the Beta Quadrant...
D7-class battle cruiser
Excalibur (NCC-1664), U.S.S.
Consitution-class Federation starship, registry no. NCC-1664, commanded by Captian Harris. In 2268, the ship was destroyed and its entire crew killed during a disastrous war-game drill with Richard Daystrom's...
Hood, U.S.S. (NCC-1703)
Lexington, U.S.S. (NCC-1709)
Constitution-class Federation starship, registry no. NCC-1709, commanded by Commodore Robert Wesley. Lt. Whatley transferred from the Lexington to the U.S.S. Enterprise a week before the tribble incident...
Potemkin, U.S.S. (NCC-1657)
A Constitution-class Federation starship named for the Russian military officer Grigory Alexandrovitch Potemkin (1739-1791), Starfleet registry number NCC-1657. On stardate 4729.4 (2268) the Potemkin...
Defiant, U.S.S. (NCC-1764)
Constitution-class 23rd-century Federation starship, registry no. NCC-1764. Caught in a spatial interphase in 2268, near Tholian territory, the U.S.S. Defiant was lost between dimensions for several hours,...
The interceptor is the primary defense craft of the Bajoran military. These ships are armed with phasers and equipped with tractor beams for towing . On Stardate 47391.2, a two-craft patrol with orders...
A Federation starship among those destroyed in the Battle of Wolf 359 with the Borg, as Commander Sisko recalled the incident on stardate 46379.1. The ship is named for the mythical Greek hero who slew...
The ships headed by Guls Dukat, Jasad and Dunar, though unspecified, were all likely of the top-of-the-line Galor-class. Dukat's, with amber-orange running lights at the midpoint top and at each wing approached...
The ship that escorted Admiral Satie to the U.S.S. Enterprise for a security breach investigation on stardate 44769.2. The ship also transported Dr. Julian Bashir to Deep Space Nine. Named for the discoverer...
Deep Space Nine
Previously called by its original creators "Terok Nor," this old Cardassian mining station orbiting the planet of Bajor was built in 2351 and abandoned 18 years later as the Cardassian occupation of Bajor...
A space-faring version of a lifeboat, the escape pod is often used in emergency situations, when the crew of a starship (or other vessel) is required to abandon ship. On stardate 43997, during the Battle...
A sister starship to the U.S.S. Saratoga in the Battle of Wolf 359 with the Borg on stardate 44001.4 — in the second wave with the U.S.S. Kyushu. All ships which fought at Wolf 359 were destroyed, including...
One of Deep Space Nine's three original Danube-class runabout vessels dropped off by the U.S.S. Enterprise NCC-1701-D in 2369 and destroyed the next year by a T'Lani munitions cruiser; it was later replaced...
A 22nd century deep space scientific probe launched from the Alpha Quadrant into the Gamma Quadrant, without the benefit of the Bajoran wormhole's shortcut. Among the discoveries about the Gamma Quadrant...
Saratoga, U.S.S. (NCC-31911)
The second starship to bear the name Saratoga, the ship was destroyed by the Borg at the Battle of Wolf 359 on stardate 44001.4. It had been commanded by a Vulcan captain and, despite its size, carried...
Bajoran scout ship
Bajoran transport ship
Bajoran transport ships make routine stops at Deep Space Nine, possibly as often as daily. They carry Bajoran civilians, government officials, Vedeks, and even the Kai, occasionally. For Jake Sisko and...
A United Federation of Planets survey ship, apparently civilian, is only one of two ships to have left Deep Space Nine in the hours after Ibudan was found murdered, on stardate 46421.5, just a few days...
The vessel used by Tosk's Gamma Quadrant pursuers had a flatter, rounder and sleeker design than his own ship but it displayed the same ionized L-band emissions. It featured a modulated particle scanning...
Klingon scout ship
A warp-capable freighter, the Norkova had a 15-member crew. It also carried the first load of deuridium back from the Gamma Quadrant, to Deep Space Nine. As the target of mercenaries hired and led by...
An Andorian cargo ship which was scheduled to dock at Deep Space Nine for a maintenance check in 2369. This ship was carrying new anti-gravity tractors and was of interest to Jake Sisko and Nog.
This freighter was from one of the many inhabited Rigel planets, which were already conducting business through the wormhole by the time Croden was returned to the Gamma Quadrant in 2369. The ship was...
A Vulcan spacecraft that offered to assist the U.S.S. Ganges Runabout from Deep Space Nine following the destruction of a Miradorn vessel in the Chamra Nebula in 2369. It later quietly transported harassed...
This Valerian transport ship was initially refused permission to dock at Deep Space Nine by Major Kira, under her suspicion it was still running weapons-grade dolomide to the Cardassians. Its main hull...
Cardassian repair ship
Galor-class Cardassian warship
A powerful Cardassian Union military vessel, used quite often. Its side flanges are known as "blades" and its phaser fire is pale yellow in color. Galor-class warships have been used in the following...
A Starfleet starship of unspecified registry and class where Curzon Dax and Ben Sisko served together for months at some time during their 20-year friendship. On stardate 47182.1, they recalled one incident...
A Tygarian freighter, size and class unspecified, but large enough to be docked at DS9's Upper Pylon 2. It was ready to depart the station for a two-year stay in the Gamma Quadrant on stardate 47000. Its...
Merchant vessel of an unspecified class with a crew of at least three, with two officers. Quark turned in would-be Subytt associates smuggling defective isolinear rods to Bajor just to throw off Constable...