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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nuclear powered engines and equipped with suspended-animation chambers for longer voyages during the pre-warp era, superceded by 2018...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...
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,...
A Federation science space station, located in the Amargosa system. In 2371, the observatory was attacked by Romulans looking for trilithium stolen by the Duras sisters: Klingons Lursa and B'Etor. Dr....
Class D-12 Bird-of-Prey
The D-12 was built in the 2350s and was eventually retired due to defective plasma coils in their cloaking devices. In 2372, Klingon sisters Lursa and B'etor used this type of vessel when they assisted...
Enterprise (nautical vessel)
A nautical vessel and arguably one of history's first ships to bear the name, Enterprise. In 2371, the Enterprise-D played host to a holodeck version of this 19th century sailing frigate, in a simulation...
An upgrade of the Excelsior-class, she was the third Federation starship to bear the name Enterprise. During her maiden voyage under Captain Harriman, the starship received a distress call from two El-Aurian...
Farragut, U.S.S (NCC-60591)
A Nebula-class starship, registry number NCC-60591, this Farragut was the second Federation ship to bear the name. She was one of three starships sent to Veridian III to pick up the crew of the Enterprise-D,...
In 2294, the S.S. Lakul and Robert Fox carried El-Aurian refugees. Both ships were caught in, and torn apart by, the Nexus energy ribbon. Some of the passengers from the Lakul were saved by the Enterprise-B,...