List of Starfleet starships ordered by class

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This is a list of the fictional Star Trek universe's Starfleet ships organized by ship class. These vessels appear or are mentioned in the original series Star Trek (TOS), Star Trek: The Next Generation (TNG), Star Trek: Deep Space Nine (DS9), Star Trek: Voyager (VOY), Star Trek: Enterprise (ENT), the Star Trek films, or the Star Trek games. Many of the ship names, classes or registry numbers are not identified on screen and instead are derived from The Star Trek Encyclopedia.[1] NOTE: The lead ship of any class would also have the prefix "NCC." The prefix "NX" is only used on vessels harboring experimental and untried technology of any type.

Starships[edit]

Akira class[edit]

Name Registry Depiction
USS Akira NX-62497 Presumable namesake ship for the class.
USS Gryphon NCC-65550 Commanded by Captain Elaine Mallo. Assigned to defend Deep Space Nine for a short period of time after the Dominion War in the Deep Space Nine relaunch.
USS Rabin NCC-63574 Participates in the Battle of Sector 001.[2]
USS Thunderchild NCC-63549 Participates in the Battle of Sector 001.[2]
USS Geronimo NCC-69302 Commanded by Captain Gregory McCray; Major supporting ship in Star Trek: Bridge Commander.
USS Leyte Gulf NCC-71427 Commanded by Captain Aaron Juraj; first Starfleet vessel to be infected by nanites in Star Trek: Away Team.
USS Dakota NCC-63892 Participates in the Battle of Sector 001.[2] Lost patrolling the border of the Cardassian Demilitarized Zone.[3]
USS Devore NCC-64088 Commanded by Captain Joshua Martin; Supporting ship in Star Trek: Bridge Commander.
USS Summit NCC-[?] Attempts to rescue the Enterprise-E on Gemworld. Destroyed by a dimensional rift immediately after dropping out of warp. Lost with all hands.

Ambassador class[edit]

Name Registry Depiction
USS Adelphi NCC-26849 Crew made first contact with the Ghorusda.[4]
USS Ambassador NCC-10521 Presumable namesake ship for the class.
USS Enterprise NCC-1701-C Commanded by Captain Rachel Garrett presumed to be Killed In Action when the ship was destroyed defending the Klingon outpost at Narendra III from Romulan attack.[5] Helmsman Richard Castillo assumed command of the Enterprise-C in 2366, and returned to the year 2344 where the ship was destroyed defending the Klingon outpost.
USS Excalibur NCC-26517 Part of the tachyon blockade during the Klingon Civil War.[6] Later commanded by Captain Mackenzie Calhoun in Star Trek: New Frontier.
USS Exeter NCC-26531 Tom Paris's assignment before being dismissed from Starfleet.[7] Participated in the Dominion War.[8] Later commanded by Captain Elizabeth Shelby followed by Captain Alexandra Garbeck in Star Trek: New Frontier.
USS Gandhi NCC-26632 Ship to which Thomas Riker is assigned.[9][10]
USS Horatio NCC-10532 Commanded by Captain Walker Keel.[11] Destroyed by agents of an alien conspiracy to take over Starfleet.[11]
USS Yamaguchi NCC-26510 Destroyed by the Borg at the Battle of Wolf 359.[12]
USS Valdemar NCC-26198 Sent to the border of the Cardassian Demilitarized Zone.[3]
USS Zhukov NCC-62136 Made cultural observation of Alpha Laputa IV.[13]

Supporting ship in Star Trek: Bridge Commander, commanded by an Andorian, Captain Verata, the ship escorts the USS Sovereign to Starbase 12 and participates in several battles.

Andromeda class[edit]

Named for Greek mythological figure and nearby Andromeda galaxy.

Name Registry Depiction
USS Andromeda NCC-68800 Presumable namesake ship for the class.
USS Drake NCC-70956 Ambushed by a Klingon battle group.[14]
USS Prokofiev NCC-68814 Dispatched to the border of the Federation-Cardassian Demilitarized Zone.[3]

Antares class[edit]

Named for star Antares.

Name Registry Depiction
USS Antares aka SS Antares NCC-501 Rescues, and is later destroyed by, Charlie Evans.[15]
USS Hermes NCC-10376 Part of the tachyon blockade during the Klingon Civil War.[6]

Apollo class[edit]

Named for the ancient Greek solar deity and American Apollo program (NASA).

Name Registry Depiction
USS Agamemnon NCC-11638 Part of the tachyon blockade during the Klingon Civil War.[6]
USS Ajax NCC-11574 Cortin Zweller's first assignment.[16] Received experimental warp drive technology.[17] Part of the tachyon blockade during the Klingon Civil War.[6]
USS Apollo NCC-11550 Presumable namesake ship for the class.
USS Clement NCC-12537 Scheduled to rendezvous with the Enterprise-D.[18]
USS Gage NCC-11672 Destroyed at the Battle of Wolf 359.[19]

Bradbury class[edit]

Name honors science fiction author Ray Bradbury.[citation needed]

Name Registry Depiction
USS Bradbury NX-72307 Scheduled to transport Wesley Crusher to Starfleet Academy and undergoes warp drive performance tests.[20][21]

In Star Trek Into Darkness, Spock was to be reassigned to the Bradbury following Kirk's demotion from Captain of the Enterprise. In the end he was reinstated to the Enterprise.[22]

Centaur class[edit]

Name Registry Depiction
USS Centaur NCC-42043 Centaur class: kitbash of Excelsior and Miranda models.[23]

Challenger class[edit]

Presumably named after the famed British sailing ship or the ill fated NASA space shuttle.

Name Registry Depiction
USS Armstrong NCC-57537 Ambushed by a Klingon battle group. Name honors astronaut Neil Armstrong, commander of Apollo 11.
USS Buran NCC-57580 Destroyed at the Battle of Wolf 359.[19]
USS Challenger NCC-57500 Presumable namesake ship for the class.
USS Kearsarge NCC-57566 Rendezvous with the Enterprise-D.[24]

Cheyenne class[edit]

Name Registry Depiction
USS Ahwahnee NCC-71620/NCC-73620 Heavily damaged at the Battle of Wolf 359.[19] Presumed repaired to participate in the tachyon blockade during the Klingon Civil War.[6]
USS Cheyenne NX-73531 Presumable namesake ship for the class.

Chimera class[edit]

Named for the mythical chimaera.

Name Registry Depiction
USS Chimera NCC-57400 Presumable namesake ship for the class.
USS Portland NCC-57418 Searches the Algira sector for Odo and Elim Garak when their runabout goes missing.[25]

Columbia class[edit]

Named in honor of the lost Earth starship Columbia (NX-02) and not for an eponymous lead ship.

Name Registry Depiction
USS Endeavour NCC-06 Originally the last active NX class starship in Earth Starfleet. Transferred to Federation Starfleet service and rebuilt into the first Columbia class starship.

Constellation class[edit]

Name Registry Depiction
USS Constellation NCC-1974 Participated in the Dominion War.[26][27]
USS Gettysburg NCC-3890 Under Captain Mark Jameson, rescued hostages from Mordan IV.[28] Served in the Dominion War.[29]
USS Hathaway NCC-2593 Decommissioned, participated in exercises against the USS Enterprise-D. Its destruction was faked in a ruse to foil Ferengi attackers. Named for the wife of William Shakespeare.[1][30]
USS Magellan NCC-3069 Referred by Captain Sisko as one of the ships to protect the USS Defiant's flank[31]
USS Stargazer NCC-2893 Jean-Luc Picard's first command.[32] Abandoned following the Battle of Maxia, later recovered by Starfleet.[32]
USS Victory NCC-9754 Ship on which Geordi La Forge once served.[33] Participated in the Dominion War.[34]

Constitution class[edit]

Name Registry Depiction
USS Constellation NCC-1017 Commanded by Commodore Matthew Decker. Scuttled to destroy a planet-destroying machine.[35]
USS Constitution NCC-1700 "Class Leader" - First ship in class upon which all Constitution-class vessels are based.
USS Defiant NCC-1764 Transported to the Mirror Universe by mirror universe Tholians, in "The Tholian Web".[36] Captured by crew of ISS Enterprise (NX-01) and used in service of the Terran Empire, in "In a Mirror, Darkly".[37]
ISS Enterprise NCC-1701 Mirror Universe version of the USS Enterprise, in "Mirror, Mirror".[38]
USS Enterprise NCC-1701 Commanded by Robert April (2245–2250), Christopher Pike (2250–2265), James T. Kirk (2265-2270, 2273–2280, 2285), Willard Decker (2270-2273, ship's commander during refit up to V'Ger incident), and Spock (2280-2285, at which time Enterprise was assigned to Starfleet Academy as a training ship). Vessel's self-destruction carried out while in orbit of the Genesis Planet, to prevent ship from falling into Klingon hands.[39]
USS Enterprise (alternate timeline created by Nero) NCC-1701 Originally commanded by Christopher Pike (launched 2258), then James T. Kirk.[40]
USS Excalibur NCC-1664[1] Severely damaged, and crew killed, during Richard Daystrom's M5 computer test.[41]
USS Exeter NCC-1672[1] All crew lost killed by alien disease except Captain Ronald Tracey who was on the planet surface when the disease struck the crew.[42]
USS Farragut NCC-1647[1] Ship on which James Kirk served as a phaser station operator.[43] Attacked by the dikironium cloud creature, killing half the crew.[43] The ship never appeared on screen and was never given a class or registry number; both come from the Star Trek Encyclopedia.[1]
USS Hood NCC-1703[1] Participates in Richard Daystrom's M5 computer test.[41]
USS Intrepid NCC-1631[1] All-Vulcan crew destroyed by a massive spacegoing single-celled life form.[44]
USS Lexington NCC-1709[1] Participates in Richard Daystrom's M5 computer test.[41]
USS Potemkin NCC-1657[1] Participates in Richard Daystrom's M5 computer test.[41]
USS Yorktown NCC-1717. Disabled by alien probe.[45]
USS Pegasus NCC-1702. Patrolled the Klingon Neutral Zone.[46]

Constitution class refit[edit]

(Also referred to as "Enterprise class" in Shane Johnson's non-canonical work Mr. Scott's Guide to the Enterprise.)

Name Registry Depiction
USS Agincourt NCC-1601 A re-fit class Constitution class ship that was turned into a drone ship in the 2280s. It was used to venture and explore into toxic and radioactive areas too deadly for any life to go.[citation needed]
USS Agincourt (simulation ship) NCC-1813 A simulation ship based off the actual USS Agincourt used by Starfleet trainees. Used in the video game Star Trek: Starfleet Academy.
USS Constitution NCC-1700 Presumable namesake ship for the class.
USS Enterprise NCC-1701 Constitution class USS Enterprise NCC-1701 was refitted following extensive service.[45] Upgraded weapons, shield, sensors, and warp core. Commanded during refit by Captain Willard Decker. Command given to James T. Kirk after Admiral Kirk met with Starfleet Command.[45] Spock handed control over to Kirk.[45] Eventually stolen, and destroyed.[45] Served as primary vessel for Star Trek: The Motion Picture, Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan, and Star Trek III: The Search for Spock.
USS Enterprise NCC-1701-A Command given to James T. Kirk following demotion to Captain.[45] Primary setting for Star Trek V: The Final Frontier and Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country. Although not officially canon it has been suggested that this ship was actually the refitted USS Yorktown but was renamed Enterprise as a tribute to Kirk and his crew. Ordered decommissioned[46]
USS Explorer NCC-1986 Seen investigating the results of the Tabula Rasa Incident in the opening sequence of the video game Star Trek: New Worlds. Commanded by Captain Gibson.
USS Ranger (Simulation ship) NCC-1707 Another simulated Constitution class refit used by Starfleet Academy trainees in Star Trek: Starfleet Academy

Daedalus class[edit]

Class named for iconic figure from Greek mythology.

Name Registry Depiction
USS Archon NCC-189[1] Destroyed by alien computer in 2167 near Beta III.[47]
USS Carolina NCC-160[1] Freighter.[48]
USS Daedalus NCC-150 Presumable namesake ship for the class.
USS Essex NCC-173 Damaged and crashed on Mab-Bu VI.[49]
USS Lovell NCC-470 Dedicated vessel of the Starfleet Corps of Engineers. Appears in the novel series Star Trek: Vanguard.

Defiant class[edit]

Name Registry Depiction
USS Alexey Leonov NCC-[?] Sacrificed itself at Korvat during the Borg Invasion of 2381.
USS Defiant NX-74205 Pathfinder. Assigned to space station Deep Space Nine.[50] Participates in the Battle of Sector 001.[2] Destroyed at the Second Battle of Chin'toka.[51]
USS Defiant NCC-75633 Formerly the USS São Paulo.[52] Assigned to space station Deep Space Nine.[52] Participates in the Battle of Cardassia.[53]
USS Saladin NCC-74350 Commanded by Captain Shinoda during the Dominion War in the short story "Safe Harbors".
USS Valiant NCC-74210 Starfleet Academy Red Squad training ship. The vessel gets caught behind enemy lines after the outbreak of Dominion War. The vessel suffered heavy losses among standard crew and is primarily crewed by cadets of the Red Squad. Destroyed by the Jem'Hadar after a failed attempt to destroy a new Dominion Vessel. Only three people survived the destruction of the ship (Jake Sisko, Nog and Farris, a member of the Red Squad).[54]
USS Monitor NCC-75001 Mentioned in both the books The Return and Preserver, lost under command of Captain John Scott Lewinski attempting to set new warp speed record with recovered Borg transwarp drive.

Deneva class[edit]

Name Registry Depiction
USS Arcos NCC-6237 Destroyed by a warp core breach near Turkana IV in 2367. Crew evacuates to the planet's surface and is rescued by the Enterprise-D.[55]
USS Deneva NCC-6196 Presumable namesake ship for the class.
USS LaSalle NCC-6203 Reports unusual radiation anomalies in the Gamma Arigulon system.[56]

Dreadnought class[edit]

Name Registry Depiction
USS Vengeance N/A Developed by Khan Noonien Singh and Starfleet Admiral Alexander Marcus of Section 31 to combat the Klingon Empire. The starship fights the USS Enterprise which almost crashes but gets saved by Kirk while the Vengeance crash lands on Starfleet Headquarters in San Francisco because of Khan's orders in Star Trek Into Darkness.

Einstein class[edit]

Name Registry Depiction
USS Kelvin NCC-0514 In the timeline at the start of the movie Star Trek, the Kelvin was in service with Starfleet in the early 23rd century. In 2233, the Kelvin was under the command of Captain Richard Robau; his first officer was Lieutenant George Kirk. Kirk's wife, Winona, was also aboard the ship at that time while she was pregnant with their son, James T. Kirk. The Kelvin was destroyed by the Romulan mining ship Narada, which arrived from the distant future through an artificial black hole.[40] Named for director J. J. Abrams' grandfather.[57] Its registry number, NCC-0514, comes from Abrams's birthdate of May 14.

Erewon class[edit]

Name Registry Depiction
SS Santa Maria BDR-529 Personnel Transport about 4 times the size of the Runabout. Cannibalised for parts and for use as a shelter by human settlers in a colony that rejects technology.[58]

Excelsior class[edit]

Name Registry Depiction
USS Al-Batani NCC-42995 Although it never appeared on screen, the Al-Batani is mentioned in dialogue as the first ship aboard which Kathryn Janeway served, which at the time was captained by Tom Paris' father Owen Paris.[59][60] Never defined on screen, the class and registry number come from the non-canon Star Trek Encyclopedia.[1]
USS Berlin NCC-14232 Patrolled the Romulan Neutral Zone.[61]
USS Cairo NCC-42136 Transfers Captain Edward Jellico to the Enterprise-D.[62] Disappeared while patrolling the Romulan Neutral Zone.[34]
USS Charleston NCC-42285 Transported three previously cryogenically frozen people to Earth.[63] Part of the tachyon blockade during the Klingon Civil War.[6]
USS Crazy Horse NCC-50446 Part of a fleet sent to face an anticipated Borg invasion.[64] Set to rendezvous with the Enterprise-D to transfer Rear Admiral Erik Pressman.[65]
USS Crockett NCC-38955 Transported Admiral Mitsuya to Deep Space Nine.[58]
USS Enterprise NCC-1701-B Ship aboard which James T. Kirk is lost and presumed dead. Commanded by Captain John Harriman and later by Captain Demora Sulu.[66]
USS Excelsior NCC-2000, previously NX-2000 Pathfinder and transwarp drive testbed.[39] In The Search for Spock, the ship dubbed the great experiment and was days away from its first test run. It was unexpectedly called into service to stop Admiral Kirk and his crew from stealing the soon to be decommissioned Enterprise. Attempting to use the transwarp drive to bring the ship back to spacedock, the Excelsior was sabotaged by Montgomery Scott and was left dead. Following the embarrassing failure, the Excelsior underwent repairs in spacedock before its recommission into active duty. Fails in attempt to rescue Captain James T. Kirk and Dr. Leonard McCoy from Qo'noS.[67] Helps defeat General Chang over Khitomer.[46] Ship aboard which Tuvok serves as science officer.[67] Commanded by Captain Styles in Star Trek III: The Search for Spock and Captain Hikaru Sulu in Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country.
USS Farragut NCC-2021 Transported several genetically enhanced humans to Deep Space Nine.[68][69]
USS Fearless NCC-14598 Assigned to planetary mapping in the Beta Mahoga system.[21]
USS Fredrickson NCC-42111 Briefly at Utopia Planitia Fleet Yards.[70] Serves in the Dominion War.[23]
USS Gorkon NCC-40512 Sent to face a possible Borg invasion.[64]
USS Grissom NCC-42857 Assists the Enterprise-D during a contamination problem on Beta Agni II. Name pays tribute to astronaut Gus Grissom, commander of Apollo 1.[71] Destroyed at the Battle of Ricktor Prime.[72]
USS Hood NCC-42296 William Riker's assignment before his transfer to the USS Enterprise-D.[73] Part of the tachyon blockade during the Klingon Civil War.[6] Participates in the Battle for Deep Space 9[74] and First Battle of Chin'toka.[75] Part of Battle Group Omega sent to intercept Reman warship Scimitar.[76]
USS Intrepid NCC-38907 Responded to a Klingon distress call from the Khitomer outpost following a Romulan attack.[77]
USS Lakota NCC-42768 Attempts to stop USS Defiant from reaching Earth.[78]
USS Malinche NCC-38997 Patrolled the Cardassian Border before the Dominion War. Severely damaged by the Maquis led by Michael Eddington.[79]
USS Melbourne NCC-62043 Offered to William Riker to command.[19] Starfleet flagship at the Battle of Wolf 359, where it is destroyed.[19]
USS Okinawa NCC-13958 Ship commanded by Admiral Leyton and ship on which Benjamin Sisko served as first officer[80][1]
USS Paris (Simulation ship) NCC-2008 Simulated Excelsior class vessel used by Academy trainees in Star Trek: Starfleet Academy.
USS Repulse NCC-2544 Katherine Pulaski's assignment prior to the USS Enterprise-D.[81] Served in the Dominion War.[34]
USS Roosevelt NCC-2573 Destroyed at the Battle of Wolf 359.[19]
USS Valley Forge NCC-43305 Destroyed by an orbital defense platform at the Battle of Chin'toka.[75]

Freedom class[edit]

Name Registry Depiction
USS Concorde NCC-68711 Assigned near the Romulan Neutral Zone in an alternate timeline.[82]
USS Firebrand NCC-68723 Destroyed at the Battle of Wolf 359.[19]
USS Freedom NCC-68700 Presumable namesake ship for the class.

Galaxy class[edit]

Name Registry Depiction
USS Challenger NCC-71099 Witnesses the return of USS Voyager to Earth.[83] Commanded by Captain Geordi La Forge in an alternate future.[84]
USS Cortez NCC-78012 Referred to by Chief O'Brien and Captain Sisko during the mission to retake DS9.[31] Lost patrolling Cardassian border[85]
USS Dauntless NCC-71879 First ship under players command in Star Trek: Bridge Commander. Destroyed while escorting a transport by Cardassian ships.
USS Enterprise NCC-1701-D Primary setting for Star Trek: The Next Generation. Engineering section destroyed by warp core breach at Veridian III. Saucer section crash landed on Veridian III and rendered unsalvageable.[66]
USS Excalibur NCC-26517-A Commanded by Captain Mackenzie Calhoun, primary setting for the latter part of Star Trek: New Frontier as successor to the Ambassador class ship of the same name.
USS Galaxy NCC-70637 (NX-70637) Pathfinder. Participates in the Battle for Deep Space 9,[74] First Battle of Chin'toka,[75] and Battle of Cardassia.[53] Part of Battle Group Omega sent to intercept Reman warship Scimitar.[76]
USS London NCC-2012-C Participates in the Battle for Deep Space 9.[74]
USS Musashi NCC-71809 Mentioned in the converasion of long transaction for Graviton Stabilizer by Ensign Nog.[29]
USS Odyssey NCC-71832 Sent to rescue Benjamin Sisko from the Jem'Hadar. Destroyed in the rescue attempt.[86]
USS Robinson NCC-71842 Taken command of by Benjamin Sisko after the Borg Invasion of 2381 in the novel Star Trek: Typhon Pact - Rough Beasts of Empire.
USS San Francisco NCC-69480 Minor supporting vessel in Star Trek: Bridge Commander. Fate uncertain.
USS Sarek NCC-72075 Replaced USS Cortez in formation during operation to retake DS9[31]
USS Trident NCC-31347 Commanded by Captain Elizabeth Shelby and later Captain Kat Mueller in Star Trek: New Frontier.
USS Venture NCC-71854 Part of a Starfleet task force at Deep Space Nine during the Klingon invasion of the Cardassian Union.[87] Participates in the Battle for Deep Space 9[74][31] and the First Battle of Chin'toka.[75]
USS Yamato NCC-71807 Crew discovered Iconian artifacts but is infected by a computer virus that causes antimatter containment loss.[88] The virus causes the ship to explode with all hands lost. Commanded by Captain Donald Varley.

Galaxy class refit[edit]

Name Registry Depiction
USS Enterprise NCC-1701-D The USS Enterprise-D is shown to have been refitted at some point in the alternate future of "All Good Things..." with a third nacelle, phaser cannons, and a cloaking device.

Galen class[edit]

Name Registry Depiction
USS Galen NX-86350 Prototype, commanded by Commander Clarissa Glenn. Part of the Project Full Circle in the Star Trek: Voyager relaunch novels.

Hokule‘a class[edit]

Name Registry Depiction
USS Hokule'a NCC-19350 Presumable namesake ship for the class.
USS Tripoli NCC-19386 Discovered Data.[89] Later assigned to Qualor II.[90]

Intrepid class[edit]

Name Registry Depiction
USS Bellerophon NCC-74705 Transports Federation personnel to a summit on Romulus.[91]
USS Intrepid NX-74600 Pathfinder vessel. Part of Battle Group Omega sent to intercept Reman warship Scimitar.[76]
USS Pathfinder NCC-74562 Captain Christine McDonald's new command in the book Star Trek: Preserver. Destroyed in battle with USS Enterprise (NCC-1701-E) and Ferengi Marauder-class starship Leveraged Buyout around planet Halkan.
USS Voyager NCC-74656 Primary setting of Star Trek: Voyager. Commanded by Captain Kathryn Janeway.
USS Republic NCC-1371 Constitution class: Commanded by Captain Jennings.[92]

Istanbul class[edit]

Name Registry Depiction
USS Constantinople NCC-34852 Suffered a hull breach transporting colonists to Gravesworld.[93]
USS Havana NCC-34043 Scheduled to rendezvous with the Enterprise-D in 2369.[94]
USS Istanbul NCC-34000 Presumable namesake ship for the class.
USS Sarajevo NCC-38529 Lost in the Gamma Quadrant in 2371.[95] Later recovered and served in the Dominion War.[34]

Korolev class[edit]

Named for spacecraft designer Sergey Korolyov.

Name Registry Depiction
USS Goddard NCC-59621 Delayed rendezvous with the Enterprise-D after the Acamarian Truce's signing.[96] Part of the tachyon blockade during the Klingon Civil War.[6]
USS Korolev NCC-1650 Presumable namesake ship for the class.

Luna class[edit]

Featured in the Star Trek: Titan novels.

Name Registry Depiction
USS Luna NX-80101 The prototype for the Luna-class. The ship was destroyed by a catastrophic engine failure before the events described in the novel Taking Wing of the Star Trek: Titan novel series took place.
USS Titan NCC-80102 The USS Titan is the first command of Captain William Thomas Riker, former first officer of the USS Enterprise-D and USS Enterprise-E.[76]

A Luna-class starship, designed primarily for scientific discovery. Described as 450 meters long, the Titan was built with state-of-the-art science facilities as opposed to being a more tactically pronounced starship. With a complement of approximately 350 persons, the USS Titan comprises the most racially diverse crew in Starfleet, with less than 15% of the population being human, as well as a number of non-humanoid beings.

A full set of schematics of the USS Titan is available in the novel Sword of Damocles of the Star Trek: Titan novel series.

USS Oberon NCC-80103
USS Europa NCC-80104
USS Io NCC-80105
USS Triton NCC-80106
USS Ganymede NCC-80107
USS Amalthea NCC-80108
USS Callisto NCC-80109 Captained by Admiral Trenton Cole, a long time friend of Picard's.
USS Rhea NCC-80110 Captained by Captain Bazel, a Saurian.
USS Charon NCC-80111 Captained by Bellatora Fortis and destroyed during the novel Sword of Damocles of the Star Trek: Titan novel series.
USS Galatea NCC-80112

Mediterranean class[edit]

Name Registry Depiction
USS Lalo NCC-43837 Reports a "hiccup" in time that resulted from Dr. Paul Manheim's experiments.[97] Destroyed by the Borg.[98]
USS Mediterranean NCC-43830 Presumable namesake ship for the class.
USS Wyoming NCC-43730 Ship on which Tuvok served.[67]

Merced class[edit]

Name Registry Depiction
USS Merced NCC-37120 Presumable namesake ship for the class.
USS Trieste NCC-37124 Fell through a wormhole during Data's tour of duty.[99] Stationed near Starbase 74 when the Enterprise-D is hijacked by the Bynars.[100]

Merian class[edit]

Name Registry Depiction
USS Curie NCC-81890 Commanded by Captain Xin Chan. Part of "Project Full Circle" in the Star Trek: Voyager novel Full Circle.
USS Hawking NCC-81897 Commanded by Captain Bal Itak. Part of "Project Full Circle" in the Star Trek: Voyager novel Full Circle.
USS Merian NX-[?] Presumable namesake ship for the class.
USS Planck NCC-81890 Commanded by Captain Hosc T'Mar. Part of "Project Full Circle" in the Star Trek: Voyager novel Full Circle.

Miranda class[edit]

Named for character in play The Tempest by William Shakespeare. Also the name of a Uranian moon.

Name Registry Depiction
USS Brittain NCC-21166 Crew went insane due to loss of REM sleep.[101]
USS Helin NCC-1692 Patrolled the Romulan neutral zone.[46]
USS Lantree NCC-1837 Crew died after exposure to genetically engineered humans. Scuttled by the USS Enterprise-D.[81]
USS Majestic NCC-31060 Destroyed at the Battle for Deep Space 9.[74]
USS Miranda NX-1800 Presumable namesake ship for the class.
USS Nautilus NCC-1833 Participates in the First Battle of Chin'toka.[75]
USS Reliant NCC-1864 Ship on which Pavel Chekov serves as first officer.[102] Assigned to Project Genesis and later hijacked by Khan Noonien Singh.[102] Destroyed by Genesis Device detonation.[102]
USS Saratoga NCC-1887 Disabled by the Whale Probe.[45]
USS Saratoga NCC-31911 Ship aboard which Benjamin Sisko serves as first officer.[12] Destroyed at the Battle of Wolf 359.[12]
USS Saratoga NCC-31911-A Replaced previous Saratoga; little else known.[citation needed]
USS ShirKahr NCC-31905 Destroyed in the First Battle of Chin'toka.[75]
USS Sitak NCC-1924 Destroyed at the Battle for Deep Space 9.[74]
USS Tempest (simulation ship) NCC-1852 Simulated Miranda class vessel used by Academy trainees in Star Trek: Starfleet Academy.
USS Tian An Men NCC-21382 Part of the tachyon blockade during the Klingon Civil War.[6] Went MIA while patrolling the Cardassian border during the Dominion War.[103] Participates at the First Battle of Chin'toka.[75]
USS Trial NCC-1948 Part of a Starfleet task force at Deep Space Nine during the Klingon invasion of the Cardassian Union.[87] Participates in the Battle for Deep Space 9.[74]
USS Samuel B. Roberts NCC-2020 Part of the Starfleet task force during the final battle of the Dominion war.[53] It was brought out of mothball status just two months before the final battle after having been extensively updated. It was badly damaged in the battle but survived. It was later decommissioned again and then scrapped after being deemed too far damaged to repair and mothball again.

Mulciber class[edit]

Name Registry Depiction
USS Achilles NCC-77024 Commanded by Captain Tillum Drafar. Part of "Project Full Circle" in the Star Trek: Voyager novel Full Circle.
USS Mulciber NX-[?] Presumable namesake ship for the class.

Nebula class[edit]

Name (in universe) denotes astronomical phenomenon and (real world) pays tribute to the Nebula Award for science fiction writing.

Name Registry Depiction
USS Bellerephon NCC-62048 Destroyed at the Battle of Wolf 359.[12]
USS Bonchune NCC-70915 Sent to recover the USS Prometheus.[104]
USS Endeavour NCC-71805 Part of the tachyon blockade during the Klingon Civil War.[6] Participates at the Battle of Sector 001.[2]
USS Farragut NCC-60597 Helps recover Enterprise-D crew at Veridian III. Destroyed in the Lembatta Cluster by Klingons.[105]
USS Hera NCC-62006 Disappeared while under the command of Captain Silva La Forge with a mostly Vulcan crew of 300.[106]
USS Honshū NCC-60205 Destroyed while transporting Gul Dukat to stand trial.[27]
USS Leeds NCC-70252 Participates in the Battle for Deep Space 9.[74]
USS Lexington NCC-61832 Participates in the Battle of Sector 001.[2]
USS Merrimack NCC-61827 Transported Sarek from Legara IV to Vulcan.[107]
USS Monitor NCC-61826 Sent to the Romulan Neutral Zone in anticipation of a possible Romulan attack.[108]
USS Nebula NX-60147 Presumable namesake ship for the class.
USS Phoenix NCC-65420 Carries out unauthorized attacks on Cardassian ships while under the command of Captain Benjamin Maxwell.[109]
USS Prometheus NCC-71201 Used by Dr. Gideon Seyetik in his project to reignite a dead star.[110]
USS Proxima NCC-61952 Missing in the Gamma Quadrant.[95]
USS Ranger NX-31472-B Lost during the Borg invasion of 2381, the vessel was defending the planet Khitomer.[111]
USS Sutherland NCC-72015 Briefly commanded by Lieutenant Commander Data while part of the tachyon blockade during the Klingon Civil War.[6]
USS T'Kumbra NCC-62100 All-Vulcan crew challenges the Deep Space Nine crew to a game of baseball. Participated in the Dominion War.[112]
USS Ulysses NCC-66808 Studied protoplanetary masses in the Helaspont Nebula.[113]
USS Nightingale NCC-60805 Minor starship in Star Trek: Bridge Commander. Used as a search-and-rescue vessel. Fate uncertain.
USS Khitomer NCC-66613 Minor starship in Star Trek: Bridge Commander. Leads a failed assault on Alioth 6. Fate uncertain.
USS Berkeley NCC-64720 Minor starship in Star Trek: Bridge Commander. Originally sent to study the Vesuvi Dust Cloud but fails due to the intense radiation of the dust cloud. Attacked by a Kessok probe but survives. Fate uncertain.

New Orleans class[edit]

Named for the City of New Orleans. Designated as frigates.

Name Registry Depiction
USS Kyushu NCC-65491 Destroyed at the Battle of Wolf 359.[19]
USS Renegade[1] NCC-63102 Rendezvous with the Enterprise-D over Dytallix B, where Captain Tryla Scott meets with the Jean-Luc Picard to discuss an alien a conspiracy to take over Starfleet.[11]
USS Rutledge[1] NCC-57295 Ship aboard which Miles O'Brien[3] and Benjamin Maxwell served during the Cardassian War.[109] Participated in the counterattack against the Klingons in the Archanis sector.[105]
USS Thomas Paine[1] NCC-65530 Rendezvous with the Enterprise-D over Dytallix B, where Captain Rixx meets with the Jean-Luc Picard to discuss an alien conspiracy to take over Starfleet.[11] Part of the tachyon blockade during the Klingon Civil War.[6]
USS New Orleans NCC-61008 Pathfinder ship.[citation needed] Presumable namesake ship for the class

Niagara class[edit]

Name Registry Depiction
USS Princeton NCC-59804 Destroyed at the Battle of Wolf 359.[19]
USS Wellington NCC-28473 Ship aboard which Ro Laren served, and where she was posted prior to being court-martialed.[114] Underwent a computer system upgrade by Bynar technicians at Starbase 74.[100]

Norway class[edit]

Name Registry Depiction
USS Budapest NCC-64923 Participates in the Battle of Sector 001.[2]
USS Norway NX-62341, to NCC-62341 Presumable namesake ship for the class.

Nova class[edit]

Name Registry Depiction
USS Equinox NCC-72381 Stranded in the Delta Quadrant.[115] Heavily damaged by USS Voyager and destroyed by self-destruct initiated by Captain Ransom.[115]
USS Everett NCC-72392 Commanded by Captain Claudia Alisov. Attached to the Department of Temporal Investigations. Appears in the Department of Temporal Investigations novels.
USS Lionheart NCC-73808 Medical vessel temporarily commanded by Christine Vale in the novel Star Trek: The Fall - The Poisoned Chalice.
USS Nova NX-73515 Presumable namesake ship for the class.
USS Rhode Island NCC-72701 Commanded by Captain Harry Kim in an alternate future.[116]

NX class[edit]

Ships are named for the NASA Space Shuttle orbiters

Name Registry Depiction
Enterprise NX-01 Lead ship. Captained by Jonathan Archer. Primary setting for Star Trek: Enterprise. Decommissioned.
Columbia NX-02 Commanded by Captain Erika Hernandez.[92] Participated in Klingon-Augment crisis.[92]
Challenger NX-03 Mentioned in the Star Trek: Enterprise novel The Romulan War: Beneath the Raptor's Wing.
Discovery NX-04 Mentioned in the Star Trek: Enterprise novel The Romulan War: Beneath the Raptor's Wing.
Atlantis NX-05 Mentioned in the Star Trek: Enterprise novel The Romulan War: Beneath the Raptor's Wing.
Endeavour NX-06 Mentioned in the Star Trek: Enterprise novels The Romulan War: Beneath the Raptor's Wing and The Romulan War: To Brave the Storm. Later entered Federation Starfleet service and rebuilt into Columbia class.
Intrepid NX-07 Commanded by Jason Lambert. Mentioned in the Star Trek: The Next Generation novel Indistinguishable from Magic.
ISS Enterprise NX-01 The Mirror Universe counterpart of the Enterprise (NX-01).[117]
ISS Avenger NX-09 In the Mirror Universe, an Imperial Starfleet warship.[117]

Oberth class[edit]

Named after the rocket scientist Hermann Oberth.[citation needed]

Name Registry Depiction
USS Banting (simulation ship) NCC-639 Simulated Oberth class vessel used by Academy trainees in Star Trek: Starfleet Academy.
USS Biko NCC-50331 Rendezvouses with the USS Enterprise-D at Deinonychus VII.[118]
USS Bonestell NCC-31600 Destroyed in the Battle of Wolf 359.[12] Was the first command held by Captain Kathryn Janeway.
USS Cochrane NCC-59318 Ferries Admiral Norah Satie to the Enterprise-D.[119] and Julian Bashir and Lieutenant Jadzia Dax to Deep Space Nine.[12]
USS Copernicus NCC-623 Berthed at spacedock.[45]
USS Grissom NCC-638 Transports David Marcus and Lieutenant Saavik to the Genesis planet.[39] Destroyed by Klingons.[39] Named for NASA astronaut Virgil I. "Gus" Grissom who died on the Apollo One mission.
USS LaGrange NCC-617 Transports negotiators in the game "Star Trek: Starfleet Academy". This ship is destroyed by the simulator and you cannot save it. />
USS Oberth NCC-602 First ship of the class. Assigned to deep space exploration in 2293, when "Operation Retrieve" was proposed.[46]
USS Pegasus NCC-53847 Equipped with an illegal prototype cloaking device that malfunctions, causing the ship to become embedded inside an asteroid.[65]
USS Raman NCC-59983 Lost while investigating Marijne VII.[106]
USS Tsiolkovsky NCC-53911 Crew infected by the Psi 2000 virus. Destroyed in asteroid collision.[120]
USS Valiant NCC-20000 Helps recover Enterprise-D crew at Veridian III.[66]
USS Yosemite NCC-19002 Studied the plasma arc between binary stars.[121]
SS Vico NAR-18834 Research vessel that was in service with Starfleet in the mid-24th century. This ship was on loan to a civilian agency, and was given a civilian registry. Vico operated out of Starbase 514. In 2368, the Vico explored an astronomical formation known as a black cluster. Found derelict by Enterprise-D.[122]

Odyssey class[edit]

Introduced in Star Trek Online.

Name Registry Depiction
USS Enterprise NCC-1701-F Commanded by Captain Va'kel Shon. Participates in the second battle for Deep Space Nine in Star Trek: Online.[citation needed]
USS Houston NCC 97284 The Houston, commanded by Admiral D'Vak, leads the federation in an assault against the Borg Queen's Octahedron in the space around the Unicomplex. .[citation needed]
USS Odyssey NX-97000 First ship of the Odyssey-class. Commissioned at Utopia Planetia,currently in service.[citation needed]

Olympic class[edit]

This class is sometimes erroneously named "Hope class" from an early version of the dedication plaque from the USS Pasteur.[1]

Name Registry Depiction
USS Olympic NCC-54905 Presumable namesake ship for the class.
USS Nobel NCC-55012 Visited Deep Space Three to search for the missing USS Hera.[106] Served in the Dominion War.[34]
USS Pasteur NCC-58925 Ship commanded by Beverly Picard in an alternate timeline.[82] Destroyed by warp core breach in the Devron system.[82] Featured in the episode "All Good Things...".

Prometheus class[edit]

Name Registry Depiction
USS Prometheus NX-59650 later

NX-74913

First class starship; still under development; captured by Romulans and recovered by Starfleet personnel, after the EMH from USS Voyager and the EMH Mark II incapacitated the Romulan crew.[104]

Renaissance class[edit]

Name Registry Depiction
USS Aries NCC-45167 Ship offered to William Riker to command.[123] Part of the tachyon blockade during the Klingon Civil War.[6]
USS Hornet NCC-45231 Part of the tachyon blockade during the Klingon Civil War.[6] Named for the World War II aircraft carrier.[1] Participates in the Dominion War.[91]
USS Maryland NCC-45109 Missing in the Gamma Quadrant.[95]
USS Renaissance NCC-40521 Presumable namesake ship for the class.

Rigel class[edit]

Name Registry Depiction
USS Akagi NCC-62158 Part of the tachyon blockade during the Klingon Civil War.[6] Served in the Dominion War.[34] Named for HIJMS Akagi.[1]
USS Rigel NCC-62000 Presumable namesake ship for the class.
USS Tolstoy NCC-62095 Destroyed in the Battle of Wolf 359.[19]

Saber class[edit]

Name Registry Depiction
USS da Vinci NCC-81623 Lead ship in Starfleet Corps of Engineers novel series. Named for Leonardo da Vinci.
USS Endurance NCC-70114 Mentioned as replacement ship for Captain Christine McDonald in the book Star Trek: Preserver.
USS Falchion NCC-[?] Featured in the novel Star Trek: The Fall - A Ceremony of Losses.
USS Marco Polo NCC-[?] Commanded by Deanna Troi during the Gateways crisis in the novel Star Trek: The Next Generation - Gateways: Doors Into Chaos.
USS Musgrave NCC-[?] Featured in the novel Star Trek - A Singular Destiny.
USS Saber NCC-79221 Presumable namesake ship for the class.
USS Yeager NCC-61947 Participates in the Battle of Sector 001.[2]

Sequoia class[edit]

Name Registry Depiction
USS Sequoia NCC-70070 Presumable namesake ship for the class.
USS Yellowstone NCC-70073 Transports Ensign Melora Pazlar to Deep Space Nine in 2370.[124]

Sovereign class[edit]

Name Registry Depiction
USS Atlas NCC-82745 Commanded by Morgan Bateson in the 2380s.
USS Bozeman NCC-1941-A Successor to the first Bozeman. Fought in the Battle of Sector 001.
USS Enterprise NCC-1701-E Primary setting for Star Trek: First Contact, Star Trek: Insurrection, and Star Trek Nemesis.
USS First Minister NCC-[?] Mentioned in the novel Star Trek: Typhon Pact - Plagues of Night.
USS Gibraltar NCC-75689 Sacrificed itself against the Borg in 2381 in Star Trek: Destiny.
USS President NCC-[?] Mentioned in the novel Star Trek: Typhon Pact - Plagues of Night.
USS Sovereign NX-73811 - NCC-73811 Pathfinder ship. Appears in Star Trek Bridge Commander. Also features in the Shatnerverse novel Spectre.
USS Sentinel NCC-17331 Appears in Star Trek: Invasion. Also mentioned in the great transaction for graviton stabilizers [29]
USS Tempest NCC-[?] Participates in the Borg Invasion of 2381 in Star Trek: Destiny.
USS Warspite NCC-[?] Appears in the novel Star Trek: The Fall - A Ceremony of Losses.

Soyuz class[edit]

Named for the Soviet spacecraft

Name Registry Depiction
USS Bozeman NCC-1941 Spends several decades caught in a temporal causality loop.[125]
USS Soyuz NCC-1939 Presumable namesake ship for the class.

Springfield class[edit]

Name Registry Depiction
USS Chekov NCC-57302 Destroyed in the Battle of Wolf 359.[19]
USS Springfield NCC-53500 Presumable namesake ship for the class.

Steamrunner class[edit]

Name Registry Depiction
USS Appalachia NCC-52136 Participates in the Battle of Sector 001.[2]
USS Steamrunner NX-76220 to NCC-76220 Presumable namesake ship for the class.

Surak class[edit]

Named for Vulcan philosopher Surak.

Name Registry Depiction
USS Surak NCC-65601 Presumable namesake ship for the class.
USS Zapata NCC-33184 Scheduled to rendezvous with the Enterprise-D.[20] Fought in the Dominion War.[34]

Sydney class[edit]

Name Registry Depiction
USS Jenolan NCC-2010 Crashed on the surface of a Dyson sphere while transporting Captain Montgomery Scott to a retirement colony.[126]
USS Nash NCC-20105 Transports personnel to and from Deep Space Nine.[127]
USS Sydney NCC-2005 Presumable namesake ship for the class.

Theophrastus class[edit]

Name Registry Depiction
USS Demeter NCC-79914 Commanded by Liam O'Donnell. Part of "Project Full Circle" in the Star Trek: Voyager relaunch novels.
USS Theophrastus NX-[?] Presumable namesake ship for the class.

Vesta class[edit]

Introduced in Star Trek: Destiny and first visualized in Star Trek Online.

Name Registry Depiction
USS Aventine NCC-82602 First command of Captain Ezri Dax in Star Trek: Destiny. Has prototype slipstream warp drive.
USS Capitoline NCC-82617 Attached to the Department of Temporal Investigations. Mentioned in the Department of Temporal Investigations novels.
USS Esquiline NCC-82614 Commanded by Captain Parimon Dasht. Part of "Project Full Circle" in the Star Trek: Voyager novel Full Circle. Destroyed by the Omega Continuum in 2381 in The Eternal Tide.
USS Quirinal NCC-82610 Commanded by Captain Regina Farkas. Part of "Project Full Circle" in the Star Trek: Voyager novel Full Circle. Destroyed by the Omega Continuum in 2381 in The Eternal Tide.
USS Vesta NCC-82601 Commanded by Captain Regina Farkas. Lead ship of the Vesta class. Mothballed soon after launch due to technical issues. Relaunched and becomes part of Project Full Circle in 2381 in the Star Trek: Voyager novel Protectors.

Wambundu class[edit]

Name Registry Depiction
USS Drake NCC-20381 Command offered to William Riker, but given to Paul Rice.[128] Ordered to investigate the Lorenze Cluster where it is destroyed by a Minosian Echo Papa 607 weapons platform.[128]
USS Fleming NCC-20316 Disabled and later destroyed at the Hekaras Corridor.[129]
USS Wambundu NCC-20300 Presumable namesake ship for the class.

Wells class[edit]

Named in honor of science fiction author H. G. Wells.

Name Registry Depiction
USS Pastak Unknown Timeship that saves the character from a Tholian attack in Star Trek Online.
USS Relativity NGV-474439-G Timeship Relativity, from the 29th century, ship designed to transport people through time, set on a mission to prevent the destruction of the USS Voyager.[70]
USS Wells NGV-474438-A Presumable namesake ship for the class.

Yorkshire class[edit]

Name Registry Depiction
USS Denver NCC-54927 Destroyed while transporting 517 colonists to the Beloti Sector.[130]
USS Yorkshire NCC-54900 Presumable namesake ship for the class.

Zodiac class[edit]

[citation needed]

Name Registry Depiction
USS Yorktown NCC-61137 Ordered to make long-range sensor sweeps of the Devron system in an alternate reality.[82]
USS Zodiac NCC-61000 Presumable namesake ship for the class.

Class unknown[edit]

Name Registry Depiction
U.F.P.F. Challenger OV91951L Commander Nick Keller. Featured in Star Trek - New Earth: Challenger and Star Trek: Challenger - Gateways: Chainmail. Built out of the USS Peleliu and named for space shuttle Challenger
USS Billings unknown Kathryn Janeway's first command.[131]
USS Carolina Unknown Ship ordered by Admiral Paris to intercept Gegis' ship after he stole Barclay's hologram[132]
USS Curry NCC-42254 Pathfinder ship for the Curry class, another 'kitbash' model[133]
USS Enterprise NCC-1701-J Participates in a decisive battle against the Sphere Builders in the 26th century.[134]
USS Excalibur Unknown Marika Willkarah mentions this ship at the Borg crash site to Seven-of-Nine and other Borg crash survivors[135]
USS Olympia Unknown Crashed on an L class planet during an exploration of the mission to the Beta quadrant. Captained by Lisa Cusack.[136]
USS Raven NAR-32450 Science and exploration vessel used by the Hansens for exploration of Delta Quadrant where Seven of Nine was assimilated by the Borg.[137]
Starfleet Cruiser Peleliu Unknown Captain Roger Lake. From Star Trek: New Earth - Challenger. Named for the Battle of Peleliu. Severely damaged and reconstructed into the UFPF Challenger
SS Conestoga Pre Starfleet Ship that carried colonists to the "lost colony" of Terra Nova[138]
USS Veracruz Unknown Brings relief troops to AR-558[139]
Timeship Aeon Unknown Piloted by Captain Braxton attempts to destroy USS Voyager but instead throws it back to 1996[140]
USS Destiny NCC-74791 Ezri Tigan's prior assignment before transferring to Deep Space Nine[141]

Non-starships and support vessels[edit]

Danube class[edit]

Main article: Runabout (Star Trek)
Name Registry Depiction
USS Danube NX-72003 First ship of the class. Mentioned in Star Trek: Deep Space Nine Technical Manual.
USS Gander NCC-73624 Taken by Ezri Dax to search for Worf.[142] Destroyed by the Jem'Hadar.[142]
USS Ganges NCC-72454 Captured Tahna Los.[143] Rescued Vash from the Gamma Quadrant.[144] Destroyed by a T'Lani Munitions Cruiser.[145]
USS Mekong NCC-72617 Helps rescue Benjamin Sisko from the Jem'Hadar.[86] Destroyed by the Jem'Hadar during the Obsidian Order/Tal Shiar attack on the Founders' homeworld in the Omarian Nebula.[25]
USS Orinoco NCC-72905 Helps rescue Benjamin Sisko from the Jem'Hadar.[86] Destroyed by the Cardassian terrorist group The True Way.[146]
USS Rio Grande NCC-72452 Vessel aboard which Jadzia Dax and Benjamin Sisko discover the Bajoran wormhole.[12] Later located the missing Sword of Kahless. Helps rescue Sisko from the Jem'Hadar.[86] Longest surviving DS9 runabout.[original research?]
USS Rubicon NCC-72936 Shrunk to 6.5 centimeters.[147]
USS Shenandoah NCC-73024 Taken by Dax and Worf to rescue a Cardassian informant from the Dominion.[148] Severely damaged by the Jem'Hadar en route to deliver diplomatic message to Grand Nagus Zek.[54]
USS Volga NCC-73196 Participates in botanical survey of Torad IV.[149]
USS Yangtzee Kiang NCC-72453 Hijacked by Bajoran terrorist Tahna Los.[143] Became the first DS9 runabout to be destroyed when it crashed on a moon in the Gamma Quadrant.[150]
USS Yolja NCC-75353 First runabout to be named after a non-Earth river. Assigned to Deep Space 9. Appeared in Worlds of Star Trek: Deep Space Nine, Volume Three - The Dominion: Olympus Descending.
USS Yukon NCC-74602 Stolen by Founder in failed attempt to destroy the Bajoran sun. Destroyed by USS Defiant.[151]

Peregrine class[edit]

Name Registry Depiction
Flurnoy unknown Used by the Maquis.[152] Participated in the Dominion War.[74]

Yellowstone class[edit]

Main article: Runabout (Star Trek)
Name Registry Depiction
USS Yellowstone NX-74751 Prototype for an advanced runabout designed in large part by Ensign Harry Kim and Lieutenant Laska in an alternate timeline.[7] Destroyed by antimatter containment loss.[7]

Auxiliary ships[edit]

Name Mothership Depiction
Aeroshuttle unknown Upgraded shuttle attached to Intrepid-class starships.[153]
Calypso USS Enterprise-D Captain's yacht.[154]
Cousteau USS Enterprise-E Captain's yacht.[155]
Dawkins unknown Shuttlecraft on which Reginald Barclay arrives on Jupiter Station[156]
Delta Flyer USS Voyager Advanced shuttlecraft. First one destroyed.[157] Second built.[158]
Gilliam unknown Shuttle that takes McCoy and Kirk to the Enterprise[40]
SC-4 unknown Armored shuttle taking Admiral Janeway to the past.[83]
Waverider USS Equinox Upgraded atmospheric shuttle.[115]
Shuttlecraft Cochrane USS Voyager Test bed for Warp 10 flight piloted by Tom Paris.[159] Very closely resembles the later hull design for Delta Flyer. Destroyed attempting to retrieve Warp Core[160]

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