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Template:Startrek2 This is a list of the fictional Star Trek universe's Earth and Federation Starfleet ships organized by ship class. These vessels appear or are mentioned in Star Trek (TOS), Star Trek: The Next Generation (TNG), Star Trek: Deep Space Nine (DS9), Star Trek: Voyager (VOY), Star Trek: Enterprise (ENT), and/or the Star Trek films. Many of the ship names, classes or registry numbers are not identified on screen and instead are derived from the Star Trek Encyclopedia.[1]

Starships

Akira class

Name Registry Significance
USS Rabin NCC-63574 Participates in the Battle of Sector 001.[2]
USS Spector NCC-65549 Participates in the recapture of the USS Prometheus.[3]
USS Thunderchild NCC-63549 Participates in the Battle of Sector 001.[2]

Ambassador class

Name Registry Significance
USS Adelphi NCC-26849 Crew made first contact with the Ghorusda.[4]
USS Enterprise NCC-1701-C Destroyed defending the Klingon outpost at Narendra III from Romulan attack.[5]
USS Excalibur NCC-26517 Part of the tachyon blockade during the Klingon Civil War.[6]
USS Exeter NCC-26531 Tom Paris' assignment before being dismissed from Starfleet.[7] Participated in the Dominion War.[8]
USS Gandhi NCC-26632 Ship to which Thomas Riker is assigned.[9]
USS Horatio NCC-10532 Commanded by Captain Walker Keel.[10] Destroyed as part of alien conspiracy to take over Starfleet.[10]
USS Valdemar NCC-26198 Sent to the border of the Cardassian Demilitarized Zone.[11]
USS Yamaguchi NCC-26510 Destroyed in the Battle of Wolf 359.[12]
USS Zhukov NCC-62136 or
NCC-26136
Made cultural observation of Alpha Laputa IV.[13]

Andromeda class

Name Registry Significance
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.[11]

Antares class

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

Apollo class

Name Registry Significance
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 Clement NCC-12537 Scheduled to rendezvous with the Enterprise-D.[18]
USS Gage NCC-11672 Destroyed at the Battle of Wolf 359.[12]

Bradbury class

Name Registry Significance
USS Bradbury NX-72307 Scheduled to transport Wesley Crusher to Starfleet Academy.[19] Undergoes warp drive performance tests.[20]

Challenger class

Name Registry Significance
USS Armstrong NCC-57537 Ambushed by a Klingon battle group.[14]
USS Buran NCC-57580 Destroyed at the Battle of Wolf 359.[12]
USS Kearsarge NCC-57566 Rendezvous with the Enterprise-D.[21]

Cheyenne class

Name Registry Significance
USS Ahwahnee NCC-73620 Destroyed at the Battle of Wolf 359.[12]
USS Ahwahnee NCC-71620 Part of the tachyon blockade during the Klingon Civil War.[6]

Chimaera class

Named for the mythical chimaera.

Name Registry Significance
USS Portland NCC-57418 Searches the Algira sector for Odo and Elim Garak when their runabout goes missing.[22]

Constellation class

Name Registry Significance
USS Constellation NCC-1974 Participated in the Dominion War.[23]
USS Gettysburg NCC-3890 Under Captain Mark Jameson, rescued hostages from Mordan IV.[24] Served in the Dominion War.[25]
USS Hathaway NCC-2593 Decommissioned and participates in exercises against the USS Enterprise-D, and its destruction was faked in a ruse to fool Ferengi attackers.[26]
USS Magellan NCC-3069 Participates in the Battle of Bajor.[27]
USS Stargazer NCC-2893 Jean-Luc Picard's first command.[28] Abandoned following the Battle of Maxia, later returned to Starfleet.[28]
USS Victory NCC-9754 Ship on which Geordi La Forge once served.[29] Participated in the Dominion War.[30]

Constitution class

Name Registry Significance
USS Constellation NCC-1017 Severely damaged by and self-destructed to destroy a planet-eating machine.[31]
USS Constitution NCC-1700 "Class Ship" - Ship upon which all Constitution-class vessels are based.
USS Defiant NCC-1764 Taken to Mirror Universe by Tholians. Captured by crew of ISS Enterprise and used to overthrow the Terran Empire.[32]
ISS Enterprise NCC-1701 Mirror Universe version of the USS Enterprise.[33]
USS Enterprise NCC-1701 Primary setting for Star Trek and the first three TOS-era films. Self-destructs to avoid Klingon capture.[34]
USS Enterprise NCC-1701-A Command given to James T. Kirk as reward for repelling of the whale-seeking space probe. [35] Primary setting for fifth and sixth Star Trek films. Ordered decommissioned[36]
USS Excalibur NCC-1664[1] Severely damaged, and crew killed, during Richard Daystrom's M5 computer test.[37]
USS Exeter NCC-1706[1] All crew save Captain Ronald Tracey killed by alien disease.[38]
USS Farragut NCC-1647[1] Ship on which James Kirk served as a phaser station operator.[39] Attacked by the Diakrome Cloud Creature, killing half the crew.[39] The ship never appeared on screen and was never given a class or registry number, both come from the Star Trek Encyclopedia.Cite error: Closing </ref> missing for <ref> tag
USS Kongo NCC-1710 Patrolled the Klingon neutral zone[36]
USS Lexington NCC-1709[1] Participates in Richard Daystrom's M5 computer test.[37]
USS Potemkin NCC-1657[1] Participates in Richard Daystrom's M5 computer test.[37]
USS Yorktown NCC-1717. Disabled by alien probe.[35]

Daedalus class

Name Registry Significance
USS Archon NCC-189[1] Destroyed by alien computer in 2167 near Beta III.[40]
USS Carolina NCC-160 or NCC-235[1] Freighter.[41]
USS Essex NCC-173 Damaged and crashed on Mab-Bu VI.[42]
USS Horizon NCC-176[1] Inadvertently produced cultural contamination of Sigma Iotia II in 2168. Missing in action.[43]

Danube class

Name Registry Significance
USS Danube NX-72003 First ship of the class. Mentioned in Star Trek: Deep Space Nine Technical Manual.
USS Gander NCC-72649 Taken by Ezri Dax to search for Worf.[44] Destroyed by the Jem'Hadar.[44]
USS Ganges NCC-72454 Captured of Tana Los.[45] Rescued Vash from the Gamma Quadrant.[46] Destroyed by the T'Lani.[47]
USS Mekong NCC-72617 Helps rescue Benjamin Sisko from the Jem'Hadar.[48] Destroyed by the Jem'Hadar.[22]
USS Orinoco NCC-72905 Helps rescue Benjamin Sisko from the Jem'Hadar.[48] Destroyed by Cardassian terrorists.[49]
USS Rio Grande NCC-72452 Vessel aboard which Jadzia Dax and Benjamin Sisko discover the Bajoran wormhole.[50] Helps rescue Siko from the Jem'Hadar.[48]
USS Rubicon NCC-72936 Shrunk to 6.5 centimeters.[51]
USS Shenandoah NCC-73024 Ship taken to rescue Cardassian informant.[52] Severely damaged by the Jem'Hadar en route to deliver diplomatic message to Grand Nagus Zek.[53]
USS Volga NCC-73196 Participates in botanical survey of Torad IV.[54]
USS Yangtzee Kiang NCC-72453 Hijacked by Bajoran terrorist.[45] Destroyed in crash landing in Gamma Quadrant.[55]
USS Yukon NCC-74602 Stolen by Founder in failed attempt to destroy Bajoran star. Destroyed in the attempt.[56]
unknown unknown Transports Enterprise-D staffers to and from conference. Destroyed blocking power transfer between Enterprise and a Romulan warbird.[57]
unknown unknown Destroyed in orbit of Torga IV.[58]
unknown unknown Destroyed on Ajilon Prime.[59]
unknown unknown Destroyed by Cardassian at Empok Nor.[60]
unknown NCC-73918 Used by the Cardassian underground en route to stealing a Breen weapon.[61]

Defiant class

Name Registry Significance
USS Defiant NX-74205 Pathfinder. Assigned to space station Deep Space Nine.[62] Destroyed at the Second Battle of Chin'toka.[63]
USS Defiant NCC-75633 Formerly the USS São Paulo.[64] Assigned to space station Deep Space Nine.[64] Participates in the Battle of Cardassia.Cite error: Closing </ref> missing for <ref> tag
USS Valiant NCC-74210 Red Squad training ship. Primarily crewed by cadets after high casualties among original crew. Destroyed by the Jem'Hadar.[53]
unknown unknown Participates in recapture of USS Prometheus.[3]
unknown unknown Participates in recapture of USS Prometheus.[3]

Deneva class

Name Registry Significance
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.[65]
USS LaSalle NCC-6203 Reports unusual radiation anomalies in the Gamma Arigulon system.[66]

Excelsior class

Name Registry Significance
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.[67][68] Never defined on screen, the class and registry number come from the non-canon Star Trek Encyclopedia.Cite error: Closing </ref> missing for <ref> tag
USS Cairo NCC-42136 Transfers Captain Edward Jellico to the Enterprise-D.[69] Disappeared while patrolling the Romulan Neutral Zone.[30]
USS Charleston NCC-42285 Transported three previously cryogenically frozen people to Earth.[70] 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.[71] Set to rendezvous with the Enterprise-D to pick up Rear Admiral Erik Pressman.[72]
USS Crockett NCC-38955 Transported Admiral Mitsuya to Deep Space Nine.[73]
USS Enterprise NCC-1701-B Ship aboard which James T. Kirk is lost and presumed dead.[74]
USS Excelsior NCC-2000, previously NX-2000 Pathfinder and transwarp drive testbed, commanded by Captain Hikaru Sulu.[34] Fails in attempt to rescue Captain James T. Kirk and Dr. Leonard McCoy from Qo'noS.[75] Helps defeat General Chang over Khitomer.[36] Ship aboard which Tuvok serves as science officer.[75]
USS Farragut NCC-2375 Transported several genetically enhanced humans to Deep Space Nine.[76]
USS Fearless NCC-14598 Assigned to planetary mapping in the Beta Mahoga system.[20]
USS Fredrickson NCC-42111 Briefly at Utopia Planitia Fleet Yards.[77] Serves in the Dominion War.[78]
USS Gorkon NCC-40512 Sent to face a possible Borg invasion.[71]
USS Grissom NCC-42857 Assists the Enterprise-D during a contamination problem on Beta Agni II.[79] Destroyed at the Battle of Ricktor Prime.[80]
USS Hood NCC-42296 William Riker's assignment before his transfer to the USS Enterprise-D.[81] Part of the tachyon blockade during the Klingon Civil War.[6] Participates in the Battle of Bajor[27] and First Battle of Chin'toka[82]. Part of Battle Group Omega sent to intercept Reman warship Scimitar.[83]
USS Intrepid NCC-38907 Responded to a Klingon distress call from the Khitomer outpost following a Romulan attack[84]
USS Lakota NCC-42768 Attempts to stop USS Defiant from reaching Earth.[85]
USS Malinche NCC-38997 Patrolled the Cardassian Border before the Dominion War. Severely damaged by the Maquis led by Michael Eddington.[86]
USS Melbourne NCC-62043 Offered to William Riker to command.[12] Starfleet flagship at the Battle of Wolf 359, where it is destroyed.[12]
USS Repulse NCC-2544 Katherine Pulaski's assignment prior to the USS Enterprise-D.[87] Served in the Dominion War.[30]
USS Roosevelt NCC-2573 Destroyed at the Battle of Wolf 359.[12]

Freedom class

Name Registry Significance
USS Concorde or Concord NCC-68711 Assigned near the Romulan Neutral Zone in an alternate timeline.[88]
USS Firebrand NCC-68723 Destroyed at the Battle of Wolf 359.[12]
USS Kearsarge NCC-57566[1] Was set to rendezvous with the Enterprise-D.[21]

Galaxy class

Name Registry Significance
USS Challenger NCC-71099 Commanded by Captain Geordi La Forge in an alternate timeline.[89]
USS Enterprise NCC-1701-D Primary setting for Star Trek: The Next Generation. Destroyed by warp core breach at Veridian III.[74]
USS Galaxy NCC-70637 Pathfinder. Participates in the Battle of Bajor[27], First Battle of Chin'toka.[82], and Battle of Cardassia[90]. Part of Battle Group Omega sent to intercept Reman warship Scimitar.[83]
USS Magellan NCC-71962 Participates in the Battle of Bajor.[27]
USS Odyssey NCC-71832 Sent to rescue Benjamin Sisko from the Jem'Hadar. Destroyed in the rescue attempt.[48]
USS Trinculo NCC-71867 Participates in the Battle of Bajor.[27]
USS Venture NCC-71854 Part of a Starfleet task force at Deep Space Nine during the Klingon invasion of the Cardassian Union.[91] Participates in the Battle of Bajor[27] and the First Battle of Chin'toka.[82].
USS Yamato NCC-71807 Crew discovered Iconian artifacts but is infected by a computer virus that causes antimatter containment loss.[92]

Hokule'a class

Name Registry Significance
USS Tripoli NCC-19386 Discovered Data.[93] Later assigned to Qualor II.[94]

Hope class

Name Registry Significance
USS Nobel NCC-55012 Visited Deep Space Three to search for the missing USS Hera.[95] Served in the Dominion War.[30]
USS Pasteur NCC-58925 Ship commanded by Captain Beverly Picard in an alternate timeline.[88]. Destroyed by warp core breach in the Devron system.[88]

Intrepid class

Name Registry Significance
USS Bellerophon NCC-74705 Transports Federation personnel to a summit on Romulus.[96]
USS Voyager NCC-74656 Primary setting of Star Trek: Voyager.

Istanbul class

Name Registry Significance
USS Constantinople NCC-34852 Suffered a hull breach transporting colonists to Gravesworld.[97]
USS Havana NCC-34043 Scheduled to rendezvous with the Enterprise-D in 2369.[98]
USS Sarajevo NCC-38529 Lost in the Gamma Quadrant in 2371.[99] Later recovered and served in the Dominion War.[30]

Korolev class

Named for spacecraft designer Sergey Pavlovich Korolev.

Name Registry Significance
USS Goddard NCC-59621 Delayed rendezvous with the Enterprise-D after the Acamarian Truce's signing.[100] Part of the tachyon blockade during the Klingon Civil War.[6]

Luna class

Name Registry Significance Source(s)
USS Titan NCC-80102 William Riker's first command.[83] Class identified in Star Trek: Titan book series

Mediterranean class

Name Registry Significance
USS Lalo NCC-43837 Reports a "hiccough" in time that resulted from Dr. Paul Manheim's experiments.[101] Destroyed by the Borg.[102]
USS Wyoming NCC-43730 Ship on which Tuvok served.[75]

Merced class

Name Registry Significance
USS Trieste NCC-37124 Fell through a wormhole during Data's tour of duty.[103] Stationed near Starbase 74 when the Enterprise-D is hijacked by the Bynars.[104]

Miranda class

Name Registry Significance
USS Brattain NCC-21166 Crew went insane due to loss of REM sleep.[105]
USS Helin NCC-1692 Patrolled the Romulan neutral zone[36]
USS Lantree NCC-1837 Crew died after exposure to genetically-engineered humans. Scuttled by the USS Enterprise-D.[87]
USS Majestic NCC-31060 Destroyed at the Battle of Bajor.[27]
USS Nautilus NCC-31910 Participated in the First Battle of Chin'toka.[82]
USS Reliant NCC-1864 Ship on which Pavel Chekov serves as first officer.[106] Assigned to Project Genesis and later hijacked by Khan Noonien Singh.[106] Destroyed in Genesis Device detonation.[106]
USS Saratoga NCC-1867 Disabled by alien probe[35]
USS Saratoga NCC-31911 Ship aboard which Benjamin Sisko serves as first officer[50]. Destroyed at the Battle of Wolf 359.[50]
USS ShirKahr NCC-31905 Participates in the First Battle of Chin'toka.[82]
USS Sitak NCC-1924 Destroyed at the Battle of Bajor.[27]
USS Tian An Men NCC-21832 Part of the tachyon blockade during the Klingon Civil War.[6] Went MIA while paroling the Cardassian border during the Dominion War.[107] Participates at the First Battle of Chin'toka.[82]
USS Trial NCC-21832 Part of a Starfleet task force at Deep Space Nine during the Klingon invasion of the Cardassian Union.[91] Participates in the Battle of Bajor.[27]

Nebula class

Name Registry Significance
USS Bellerephon NCC-62048 Destroyed at the Battle of Wolf 359.[50]
USS Bonchune NCC-70915 Sent to recover the USS Prometheus.[3]
USS Capricorn NCC-83951 Participates in the Battle of Sector 001.[2]
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.[74] Destroyed in the Lembatta Cluster by Klingons.[59]
USS Hera NCC-62006 Disappeared while under the command of Captain Silva La Forge with a mostly Vulcan crew of 300.[95]
USS Honshu NCC-60205 Destroyed while transporting Gul Dukat (Star Trek) to stand trial.[108]
USS Interceptor NCC-45612 Participates in the Battle of Sector 001.[2]
USS Leeds NCC-70252 Participates in the Battle of Bajor.[27]
USS Lexington NCC-61832 Participates in the Battle of Sector 001.[2]
USS Merrimack NCC-61827 Transported Sarek from Legara IV to Vulcan.[109]
USS Monitor NCC-61826 Sent to the Romulan Neutral Zone in anticipation of a possible Romulan attack.[110]
USS Phoenix NCC-65420 Carries out unauthorized attacks on Cardassian ships while under the command of Captain Benjamin Maxwell.[111]
USS Prometheus NCC-71201 Used by Dr. Gideon Seyetik in his project to reignite a dead star.[112]
USS Proxima NCC-61952 Missing in the Gamma Quadrant.[99]
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-61450 All-Vulcan crew challenges the Deep Space Nine crew to a game of baseball. Participated in the Dominion War.[113]
USS Ulysses NCC-66808 Studied protoplanetary masses in the Helaspont Nebula.[114]

New Orleans class

Name Registry Significance
USS Kyushu NCC-65491 Destroyed at the Battle of Wolf 359.[12]
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.[10]
USS Rutledge[1] NCC-57295 Ship aboard which Miles O'Brien and Benjamin Maxwell served during the Cardassian War.[111] Participated in the counterattack against the Klingons in the Archanis sector.[59]
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 a conspiracy to take over Starfleet.[10] Part of the tachyon blockade during the Klingon Civil War.[6]

Niagara class

Name Registry Significance
USS Princeton NCC-59804 Destroyed at the Battle of Wolf 359.[12]
USS Wellington NCC-28473 Ship aboard which Ro Laren served, and where she was posted prior to being court-martialed.[115] Underwent a computer system upgrade by Bynar technicians at Starbase 74.[103]

Norway class

Name Registry Significance
USS Budapest NCC-64923 Participates in the Battle of Sector 001.[2]

Nova class

Name Registry Significance
USS Equinox NCC-72381 Stranded in the Delta Quadrant.[116] Destroyed by USS Voyager.[116]
USS Rhode Island NCC-72701 Commanded by Captain Harry Kim in an alternate universe.[117]

NX class

Name Registry Significance
Enterprise NX-01 Lead ship. Primary setting for Star Trek: Enterprise. Decommissioned.
Columbia NX-02 Commanded by Captain Erika Hernandez.[118] Participated in Klingon-Augment crisis.[118]
ISS Avenger NX-09 Mirror Universe starship destroyed by the captured USS Defiant.[32]
Shenandoah unknown Commanded by Captain Duvall.[119]

Oberth class

Name Registry Significance
USS Biko NCC-50331 Rendezvouses with the USS Enterprise-D at Deinonychus VII[120]
USS Bonestell NCC-31600 Destroyed in the Battle of Wolf 359.[50]
USS Cochraine NCC-59318 Ferries Admiral Norah Satie to the Enterprise-D.[121] and Julian Bashir and Lieutenant Jadzia Dax to Deep Space Nine.[50]
USS Copernicus NCC-623 Berthed at spacedock.[35]
USS Grissom NCC-638 Transports David Marcus and Lieutenant Saavik to the Genesis planet.[34] Destroyed by Klingons.[34]
USS Pegasus NCC-53847 Equipped with an illegal prototype cloaking device that malfunctions, causing the ship to become embedded inside an asteroid.[72]
USS Raman NCC-29487 or
NCC-59983
Lost while investigating Marijne VII.[95]
USS Tsiolkovsky NCC-53911 Crew infected by the Psi 2000 virus. Destroyed in asteroid collision.[122]
USS Valiant NCC-20000 Helps recover Enterprise-D crew at Veridian III.[74]
USS Yosemite NCC-19002 Studied the plasma arc between binary stars.[123]

Prometheus class

Name Registry Significance
USS Prometheus NX-59650 First class starship; still under development; captured by Romulans and recovered by Starfleet personnel.[3]

Renaissance class

Name Registry Significance
USS Aries NCC-45167 Ship offered to William Riker to command.[124] 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]
USS Maryland NCC-45109 Missing in the Gamma Quadrant.[99]

Rigel class

Name Registry Significance
USS Akagi NCC-62158 Part of the tachyon blockade during the Klingon Civil War.[6] Served in the Dominion War.[30]
USS Tolstoy NCC-62095 Destroyed in the Battle of Wolf 359.[12]

Saber class

Name Registry Significance
USS Yeager NCC-61947 Participates in the Battle of Sector 001.[2]

Sequoia class

Name Registry Significance
USS Yellowstone NCC-70073 Transports Ensign Melora Pazlar to Deep Space Nine in 2370.[125]

Sovereign class

Name Registry Significance
USS Enterprise NCC-1701-E Primary setting for Star Trek: First Contact, Star Trek: Insurrection, and Star Trek: Nemesis.

Soyuz class

Name Registry Significance
USS Bozeman NCC-1941 Spends several decades caught in a temporal loop.[126]

Springfield class

Name Registry Significance
USS Chekov NCC-57302 Destroyed in the Battle of Wolf 359.[12]

Steamrunner class

Name Registry Significance
USS Appalachia NCC-52136 Participates in the Battle of Sector 001.[2]

Surak class

Named for Vulcan philosopher Surak.

Name Registry Significance
USS Zapata NCC-33184 Scheduled to rendezvous with the Enterprise-D.[19] Fought in the Dominion War.[30]

Sydney class

Name Registry Significance
USS Jenolan NCC-2010 Crashed on the surface of a Dyson sphere while transporting Captain Montgomery Scott to a retirement colony.[127]
USS Nash NCC-2010-5 Transports personnel to and from Deep Space Nine.[128]

Wambundu class

Name Registry Significance
USS Drake NCC-20381 Command offerred to William Riker.[129] Ordered to investigate the Lorenze Cluster where it is destroyed by a Minosian Echo Papa 607 weapons platform.[129]
USS Fleming NCC-20316 Disabled and later destroyed at the Hekaras Corridor.[130]

Wells class

Name Registry Significance
USS Relativity NCV-474439-G Time travels from the 29th century to prevent the destruction of the USS Voyager.[77]

Yorkshire class

Name Registry Significance
USS Denver NCC-54927 Destroyed while transporting 517 colonists to the Beloti Sector.[131]

Zodiac class

Name Registry Significance
USS Yorktown NCC-61137 Ordered to make long-range sensor sweeps of the Devron system in an alternate reality.[88]

Class unknown

Name Registry Significance
USS Centaur NCC-42043 Centaur class: kitbash of Excelsior and Miranda models.[78]
USS Cortéz NCC-4383 Larson-class VII destroyer. Participates at the Battle of Bajor.[27] Later goes missing.[132]
USS Enterprise NCC-1701-J Participates in a battle against the Sphere Builders in an alternate timeline.[133]
Intrepid unknown Commanded by Captain Rameriz.[134]
USS Intrepid NCC-74600 Part of Battle Group Omega sent to intercept Reman warship Scimitar.[83]
Republic unknown Commanded by Captain Jennings.[118]

Non-starships and support vessels

Peregrine class

Name Registry Significance
unknown unknown Used by the Maquis.[135] Participated in the Dominion War.[27]

Yellowstone class

Name Registry Significance
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]

Class unknown

Name Mothership Significance
AeroShuttle unknown Upgraded shuttle attached to Intrepid-class starships.[136]
Calypso USS Enterprise-D Captain's yacht.[137]
Cousteau USS Enterprise-E Captain's yacht.[138]
Delta Flyer USS Voyager Scoutship. First one destroyed.[139] Second built.[140]
WaveRider USS Equinox Upgraded atmospheric shuttle.[116]

See also

  • Starfleet starship registry

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