Ex Astris Scientia
  Home  Info  Starships  Fleet Yards  Treknology  Episodes  Database  Fandom  Community    Classical Music   FAQ   Site Map 
 
 

Alpha and Beta Quadrant Ships S-Z

Alpha and Beta A-E - Alpha and Beta F-K - Alpha and Beta L-R - Alpha and Beta S-Z - Unknown Affiliation

 

Satarran


Ship
General description
The Satarran ship is a small vessel on a considerably lower technology than the Federation.
Article: Redresses of the Mondor
Known ships
No name given
  Annotations
The Satarran vessel was used by the infiltrator "Kieran McDuff" in TNG: "Conundrum". He destroyed the ship, which leads us to believe that he was alone aboard. The miniature had previously appeared as Pakled vessel in TNG: "Samaritan Snare". It may have been slightly redressed, removing the dish at the bottom and adding some lighted boxes to the top, but that was only vaguely visible. There would be no problem if the two basic designs were the same. 
Class specifications
Crew complement: 1

 

Sheliak


Colony ship
General description
This is a large personnel transport of the Sheliak Corporate, very advanced and heavily armed but with otherwise unknown capabilities.
Article: Redresses of the Merchantman
Gallery: Alpha and Beta Quadrant Ships, Part 1
Known ships
No name given
  Annotations
The Sheliak ship is a redress of the Merchantman from "Star Trek III" with an additional bridge-like superstructure, two long pods on the ventral side and other changes. The ship should be regarded as an indigenous Sheliak design, especially since we must assume it to be much larger than the small freighter, and much more advanced anyway.
Class specifications
Colony ship

 

Skagarian


Vessel
General description
The Skagarian ship abducted humans to a planet inside the Expanse. 
Known ships
No name given
  Annotations
The wreck of the ship could be seen in full scale in ENT: "North Star". 
Class specifications
None available

 

Son'a


Battleship
General description
The crescent-shaped battleship outguns a Federation Sovereign class.
Gallery: Son'a Ships
Known ships
No name given
  Annotations
All Son'a ships appeared exclusively in "Star Trek: Insurrection".
Class specifications
Length: 837m

 


Collector ship
General description
The collector ship is specialized to harvest the metaphasic particles surrounding the Ba'ku planet. For this purpose, two large sails may be unfolded. Most of the ship's volume seems to be uninhabitable.
Gallery: Son'a Ships
Known ships
No name given
  Annotations
1) Picard and Ru'afo were obviously alone on the collector ship in their final confrontation. The ship is probably built for automated or remote-controlled operation. It is unknown, however, if it is equipped with its own propulsion systems.
2) The collector ship looked several times longer than 1254m in the final battle, when the Enterprise-E passed *through* what looked like a channel in the ship.
Class specifications
Length: 1254m
Unmanned

 


Command ship
General description
This Son'a ship is shaped like a horseshoe. It was apparently not primarily built for combat, but served as Ru'afo's command ship.
Gallery: Son'a Ships
Known ships
No name given
  Annotations
None 
Class specifications
Length: 354m

 


Shuttle
General description
The Son'a shuttles are capable of atmospheric flight and were used to release transport drones on the surface of the Ba'ku planet.
Gallery: Son'a Ships
Known shuttles
No name given
  Annotations
None
Class specifications
None available

 

Sphere Builders


Pod
General description
The pod is equipped with life support for the transdimensional Sphere Builders to survive in our universe.
Gallery: Major Alien Ships of the 22nd Century
Known stations
No name given
  Annotations
The pod was picked up by Enterprise in ENT: "Harbinger".
Class specifications
Length: 5m

 


Ship type 1
General description
These ships will be used by the Sphere Builders in the 26th century.
Known stations
No name given
  Annotations
At least one ship of this type was destroyed in the Battle of Procyon V (ENT: "Azati Prime"). The model was formerly seen as the Vissian ship. Of course, the two designs may not be actually related.
Class specifications
Time frame: 26th century

 


Ship type 2
General description
These ships will be used by the Sphere Builders in the 26th century.
Known stations
No name given
  Annotations
A ship of this type appeared in the Battle of Procyon V (ENT: "Azati Prime"). The model was formerly seen as the Devore warship. Of course, it would be impossible for the two designs to be related.
Class specifications
Time frame: 26th century

 


Ship type 3
General description
These ships will be used by the Sphere Builders in the 26th century.
Known stations
No name given
  Annotations
A ship of this type appeared in the Battle of Procyon V (ENT: "Azati Prime"). The model was formerly seen as the Kreetassan ship. Of course, the two designs may not be actually related.
Class specifications
Time frame: 26th century

 


Sphere
General description
The spheres are about 1000 years old, made entirely of a single alloy, their hulls covered with
irregular diagonal panels. They are surrounded by cloaking fields. All spheres are alike. They have seven fusion reactors, each 12km long. There are 78 spheres in the Expanse that the Xindi know of.
Known stations
No name given
  Annotations
1) The first sphere appeared in ENT: "Anomaly". It was used by the Osaarians as a hiding place. The Triannon believe that the spheres were created by the "Makers" who are to return some day (ENT: "Chosen Realm"). The spheres can be activated to create even stronger anomalies (ENT: "Countdown").
2) One sphere has the designation "Sphere 41", but this was only made up by the Enterprise crew (ENT: "Countdown").
Class specifications
Age: 1000 years
Diameter: 19km

 

Straleb

See Coalition of Madena

 

T'Lani


Cruiser
General description
No specs are available on the T'Lani cruiser, except that a Federation runabout is no match for it.
Article: Redresses of the Talarian Observation Craft
Known ships
No name given
  Annotations
The Tamarian ship (see below) was redressed for the T'Lani cruiser in DS9: "Armageddon Game". There are now four vertical fins protruding from the nacelles. Also, the front pieces of the engines were removed. The color scheme is different. The ship can be seen from both sides (actually from only one side of the miniature), so we could conclude that there is a bridge on the top as well as on the bottom. The T'Lani cruiser may have been intended to be a design different from the obviously larger and better armed Tamarian ship.
Class specifications
Length: approx. 350m

 

Takret


Ship
General description
Details on this ship type are not given, but it must be considerably faster than Warp 5.
Gallery: Other Alien Ships of the 22nd Century
Known ships
No name given
  Annotations
The Takret ship could be seen in ENT: "The Catwalk".
Class specifications
Length: approx. 46m

 

Talarian


Batris type
General description
The Batris is a freighter of the Antares class, as it may be utilized by various other races aside from the Talarians. The Talarian version is armed with Merculite rockets.
Article: Redresses of the Batris
Article: The Antares Class(es)
Known ships
Batris
  Annotations
The Batris appeared in TNG: "Heart of Glory" where it was somehow converted to a warship by renegade Klingons. It is very questionable how they could manage to destroy a Klingon battlecruiser with only a few system upgrades. "Antares class" may be a human name for a family of alien starships. The miniature was originally used in the series "V" as a Visitor shuttle. After its first appearance in Trek the model underwent several modifications and appeared in countless more episodes. Read here.
Class specifications
Freighter
Length: approx. 290m

 


Observation craft
General description
The observation craft consists of a tapered main section, an engineering section and four wings or panels whose purpose is unknown. One particular ship of this type was used as a training vessel.
Article: Redresses of the Talarian Observation Craft

Gallery: Alpha and Beta Quadrant Ships, Part 1
Known ships
No name given
  Annotations
The observation craft from TNG: "Suddenly Human" is scratch-built after a sketch by Rick Sternbach. There is no direct comparison with the Enterprise-D from which the ship's size may be derived. The length of 150m is based on a rough structural analysis that would give us 8 decks in the wedge-shaped main section. This seems like a good figure, as it would render the observation craft smaller than the warship. Note that I have revised the very inaccurate side view from the Fact Files (the original is here).
Class specifications
Length: approx. 150m
Crew complement: 5

 


Warship
General description
The warship has a similar structure as the observation craft. It is moderately armed, but no match for a Federation Galaxy class.
Article: Redresses of the Talarian Warship
Article: Analysis of the Qualor II Surplus Depot
Known ships
Q'Maire
  Annotations
1) The warship from TNG: "Suddenly Human" has the same basic structure as the Talarian observation craft, only that the four panels are diagonally arranged here. It is surprising that the warship is not built from scratch, but that it incorporates the hull of an Imperial Star Destroyer. The front tip of the Star Wars vessel was cut off, and much of the superstructure was modified, leaving only the basic shape the same. A Star Trek-like bridge section was added, now suggesting a much smaller size. The rest of the vessel seems to be built from scratch. The engine section appears to be similar, but not the same as on the observation craft.
2) As the design is definitely different, it is easily possible that the warship is of a different size as the observation vessel. There may be about 11 decks in the "Star Destroyer" hull as can be deduced from the bridge superstructure (although there seem to be three rows of lights only in the central cut-out of the upper hull surface). Anyway, a size of about 230m would go nicely with both the ship's structure and the size comparison with the Enterprise-D.
3) Stock footage of the Talarian design was re-used for the Kriosian ship in TNG: "The Perfect Mate" and the Hekaran science ship in TNG: "Force of Nature". The model also appeared as the Frunalian vessels in DS9: "Emissary" and the Boslic freighter in DS9: "Sons of Mogh". Since the Talarian ships exhibit a clear design lineage, it is more likely that the dated Talarian ships are popular among other races than the suggestion that the Talarians may have captured or acquired these vessels. The warship or its main hull could also be spotted in TNG: "Unification" in the Qualor surplus depot. 
Class specifications
Length: approx. 230m

 

Tamarian


Ship
General description
The Tamarian ship is more than a match for a Federation Galaxy class. It is equipped with particle weapons and with a wide-area transport inhibitor.
Article: Redresses of the Talarian Observation Craft

Gallery: Alpha and Beta Quadrant Ships, Part 1
Known ships
No name given
  Annotations
The ship appeared in TNG: "Darmok". The whole main body is taken from the Talarian observation craft (see above), whose vertical and horizontal fins were replaced with a horizontal nacelle assembly. The ship model was apparently filmed upside down. The change to the miniature was obviously permanent, as the observation craft (unlike its sister design, the Talarian warship) never appeared again. The Tamarian version of the vessel, on the other hand, was slightly redressed four times for the Klaestron ship (DS9: "Dax"), the T'Lani cruiser (DS9: "Armageddon Game"), for a Bothan vessel (VOY: "Persistence of Vision") and for the Drayan ship (VOY: "Innocence").
Class specifications
Length: approx. 700m

 

Tandaran


Patrol hovercar
General description
This vehicle could be seen within the prison walls on the Tandaran homeworld
Known shuttles
No name given
  Annotations
While it doesn't have wheels, this vehicle may be bound to operation on the the ground.
Class specifications
None available

 


Patrol ship
General description
The Tandaran patrol ships are capable of landing on a planet. They are armed with pulse cannons on one side of their asymmetric catamaran hulls, but their defensive systems are no help against spatial torpedoes.
Gallery: Other Alien Ships of the 22nd Century
Known ships
No name given
  Annotations
Two Tandaran ships attempted in vain to intercept Enterprise in ENT: "Detained".
Class specifications
None available

 

Tarellian


Ship
General description
The original purpose of the Tarellian starship is unknown, but now it is carrying the last survivors of the Tarellian race.
Article: Redresses of the Tarellian Vessel
Gallery: Alpha and Beta Quadrant Ships, Part 1
Known ships
No name given
  Annotations
The ship was designed by Andrew Probert and appeared in TNG: "Haven". It is unknown what the big bubble is composed of, but is supposed to hold the propulsion system. The crew consisted of only eight survivors. We may assume that the original complement has been in the hundreds.
Class specifications
Length: approx. 560m

 

Tarkalean


Freighter
General description
Details on the Tarkalean vessel are not available.
Known ships
No name given
  Annotations
1) The Tarkalean freighter was attacked by the Borg in ENT: "Regeneration". Its crew complement can be derived taking into account the number of 29 Borg on the assimilated Earth transport, minus the 9 human drones, and plus the 2 Tarkaleans on Enterprise.
2) It looks like the Tarkalean freighter is the same basic model as the Retellian ship. Only the ship's "beak" seems to be lower on the Tarkalean version. Parts of the ship were integrated into the Borg vessel and are missing on the wreck. The gaps in the hull seem to be battle damage, or simply missing cargo containers.
Class specifications
Freighter
Crew complement: 22

 

Tellarite


Decoy
General description
This type of decoy probes imitates the warp field of a Tellarite shuttle.
Known probes
No name given
  Annotations
Skalaar used this type of probe in ENT: "Bounty".
Class specifications
None available

 


Freighter
General description
This seems to be a mid-sized interstellar freighter.
Known ships
No name given
  Annotations
The Tellarite freighter, actually a re-use of the Retellian freighter, appeared in ENT: "The Aenar". The two designs may easily be related, with any of the two races being the original builders.
Class specifications
None available

 


Shuttle
General description
This warp-capable shuttle consists of a cockpit and an aft compartment that is used to hold prisoners. It is capable of deploying decoy probes.
Article: Size of Goroth's Ship and Skalaar's Shuttle
Known shuttles
No name given
  Annotations
1) Skalaar operated this type of shuttle in ENT: "Bounty". From the Vulcan database it was identified as a Tellarite design.
2) Parts of the CGI as well as the full-scale mock-up look to me like a (skilled) modification of Voyager's "Alice" with an extended aft compartment.
Class specifications
Length: approx. 15m

 


Tezra
General description
The Tezra is a large freighter, the first of her class.
Known ships
Tezra
  Annotations
Skalaar mentioned this ship, which belonged to him, in ENT: "Bounty". The ship was confiscated and dismantled by the Klingons. The Tezra class may be the Tellarite/Retellian freighter known by now, but I have the impression it must be a lot bigger to hold no less than 1 million metric tons.
Class specifications
Speed: Warp 4.5
Cargo capacity: 1 million metric tons

 


Warship
General description
This design, like any other Tellarite vessel, is said to be no match for the Andorian cruisers.
Known ships
No name given
  Annotations
This Tellarite starship from ENT: "Babel One" and "United" is a re-use of the Arkonian warship. There may be slight modifications, as the guns on the port and starboard side may have been removed. The two designs are most likely not related in any fashion, knowing that the Arkonians are xenophobic and have developed their vessels all by themselves. It is just as unlikely that the Tellarite ship has something in common with the previous re-use of the Arkonian design as the Xindi-Arboreal ship. We know that the Xindi were confined to the Expanse.
Class specifications
None available

 

Terellian


Freighter
General description
Details on the Terellian freighter are not available.
Known ships
No name given
  Annotations
The Terellian freighter could be seen as a wreck on a planet surface in TNG: "Liaisons" as part of the Iyaaran experiment to study human emotions. The wreck essentially consisted of a couple of boxes that were arranged to look like a ship with cargo containers and separate nacelles.
Class specifications
Freighter

 

Thasian


Ship


Ship (TOS-R)
General description
Just as almost nothing is known about the non-corporeal Thasians, their ship remains a mystery likewise.
Known ships
No name given
  Annotations
1) The Thasian ship looks like a manifestation of energy, but Uhura explicitly said it was a ship in TOS: "Charlie X". Maybe the green cloud is just a field around the vessel.
2) In TOS-R the Thasian ship is actually shown, albeit just as a maze of blurry tubes. The green glowing and fading effect is still reminiscent of the cloud that appeared in TOS.
Class specifications
None available

 

Tholian


22nd century ship
General description
The 22nd century Tholian starship with its tapered hull has few discernible features except for what seem to be warp field grilles and three engine exhausts at the aft end. The vessel is equipped with a tractor beam. The interior of this ship is heated to more than 200 degrees.
Gallery: Major Alien Ships of the 22nd Century
Known ships
No name given
  Annotations
1) The vessel seen in ENT: "Future Tense" is clearly a homage to the old TOS design. Its size is much the same, the overall shape has been slightly altered, lighting and many details were added. Although we should assume that the TOS ship actually has the same level of detail, the differences are considerable enough to assume that the vessel in ENT is a different design.
2) The new old Tholian ship may have appeared as soon as in ENT: "Broken Bow", where a tapered ship could be seen on the landing platform on Rigel. If it is really the Tholian ship, it would even have the correct scale, being a bit more than twice as long as the Enterprise shuttlepod. But I bet this is coincidental.
Class specifications
Length: approx. 15m

 


Web spinner


Web spinner (TOS-R)
General description
The Tholian web spinner has a characteristic "three-leaved" port-starboard cross-section, and is tapered towards the front tip. The ship has an emitter at its aft end, allowing to "spin" a tractor field that would destroy a ship trapped inside.
Known ships
No name given
  Annotations
1) The Tholian web spinner appeared in TOS: "The Tholian Web". The statement that the Tholian ships "remain outside weapons range" is clearly contradicted by visual evidence from the episode where Tholian ships are seen at most 100 meters away in front of the Enterprise.
2) For TOS-R: "The Tholian Web" the vessel was retconned in a way to still resemble the original web spinner, with orange engine glow in the place of the area that used to be simply red. The design aesthetics are the same as of the 22nd century Tholian ship from ENT.
Class specifications
Length: approx. 15m

 

Torothan


Fighter
General description
The small fighters are equipped to bombard ground targets. 
Known shuttles
No name given
  Annotations
The fighters attacked Zobral's camp in ENT: "Desert Crossing". They were visible only for a moment, and it is not clear whether it is a recycled model or not.
Class specifications
None available

 


Shuttle
General description
This is a small warp-capable shuttle.
Known shuttles
No name given
  Annotations
This small vessel owned by Zobral was repaired aboard Enterprise in ENT: "Desert Crossing".
Class specifications
Length: approx. 5m

 

Various shuttles, seen in Zobral's desert settlement in ENT: "Desert Crossing"
We can recognize that the big on in the middle is Neelix' shuttle Baxial, and the one in front of it is a Federation fighter.

 

Triannon


Ship
General description
The Triannon ship is a small and slow vessel with only basic armament. It consists of a vertically oriented main hull and two engine pods on either side.
Gallery: Other Alien Ships of the 22nd Century
Known ships
No name given
  Annotations
D'Jamat's ship and four more of the same type operated by the "heretics" appeared in ENT: "Chosen Realm".
Class specifications
Length: approx. 25m
Crew complement: 23

 

"Trill"


Ship
General description
No details are available on this ship.
Article: Redresses of the Mondor
Known ships
No name given
  Annotations
1) The "Trill" transport transferred the new Odan host to the Enterprise in TNG: "The Host". It is a re-use of the versatile Pakled freighter design. All takes of the ship are stock footage from TNG: "Samaritan Snare".
2) Note that I refuse to believe that these "Trills" are the same as the Trills on DS9. Read here.
Class specifications
Transport

 

Tygarian

Nanut, freighter, docked at Deep Space 9 in 2370 (DS9: "The Homecoming")

 

Valakian


Sublight ship
General description
The Valakians sent out this three of these sublight ships in the desperate attempt to acquire a cure for their disease.
Gallery: Other Alien Ships of the 22nd Century
Known ships
No name given
  Annotations
The vessel was found adrift less than a light year from the Valakian homeworld in ENT: "Dear Doctor", after a travel of more than one year. The Valakian CGI model bears a resemblance to the Benkaran ship (which itself is a modification of Torat's/Kes's shuttle), but has overall different proportions, a different nose, differently shaped wings and new rectangular engines.
Class specifications
Crew complement: 2

 


Train system
General description
The Valakian homeworld has a transportation system of trains running in tubes.
Known vehicles
No name given
  Annotations
It is not clear how the system works, although it seems obvious that it is contactless.
Class specifications
Crew complement: 2

 

Valerian


Freighter
General description
Valerian freighters are relatively small ships with characteristic diagonal "wings".
Article: Redresses of the Talarian Warship
Known ships
Sherval Das
  Annotations
The Sherval Das was docked to Deep Space 9 in DS9: "Dramatis Personae". Since the Talarian patrol ship and warship (above) look like closely related designs, the various later incarnations of the characteristic warships may be of Talarian origin. They are mostly operated as freighters or science ships, though.
Class specifications
Freighter
Length: approx. 230m

 

Valtese


Ship
General description
The Valtese ship is small and slow compared to the Federation Galaxy class.
Article: Redresses of the Husnock Ship
Known ships
No name given
  Annotations
The Valtese ship appeared in TNG: "The Perfect Mate". It is obviously identical to the Zibalian freighter Jovis. Actually, everything shown of the Valtese ship is just stock footage from TNG: "The Most Toys".
Class specifications
Length: approx. 250m

 

Vissian


Ship
General description
The Vissian ship is equipped with a more efficient warp core and more advanced sensors than Enterprise. 
Known ships
No name given
  Annotations
The Vissian vessels appeared in ENT: "Cogenitor".
Class specifications
Length: approx. 400m

 


Stratopod
General description
This small pod is equipped to enter the photosphere of a hypergiant.
Gallery: Other Alien Ships of the 22nd Century
Known shuttles
No name given
  Annotations
None
Class specifications
Length: 3.8m
2 seats

 

Xantoran


Patrol ship
General description
Patrol ships from Xantoras emerge from the planet's surface and are obviously armed with a particle weapon.
Gallery: Other Alien Ships of the 22nd Century
Known ships
No name given
  Annotations
We could see the patrol ship in ENT: "The Breach". The model is a modification of the Bajoran subimpulse raider, of which a CGI was created for DS9: "Shadows and Symbols". The bent down wing tips were removed and replaced with engine nacelles.
Class specifications
None available

 

Xepolite


Freighter
General description
The Xepolite freighter is an unusually fast ship with a sensor-proof coating, but it is only lightly armed.
Article: Redresses of the Wadi Ship
Known ships
No name given
  Annotations
The Xepolite ship (DS9: "The Maquis") is a re-use of the Wadi ship originally built for DS9: "Move Along Home" which also showed up as a Bajoran vessel in "In the Hands of the Prophets",  "Indiscretion" and "Crossfire". The film was flipped over, perhaps to give the Xepolite version a distinct appearance. It doesn't seem possible that the Xepolites are using the same design as the just discovered Wadi, and it would also be hard to reconcile with the obviously inferior Bajoran design. Maybe we are really dealing with three distinct ship types.
Class specifications
Max. speed: Warp 9.9

 

Xyrillian


Ship
General description
The Xyrillian ship is equipped with a stealth device and a holodeck. Food is growing all over the ship.
Known ships
No name given
  Annotations
The Xyrillian ship could be seen in ENT: "Unexpected".
Class specifications
Length: approx. 60m
Crew complement: 36

 

Yonada

See Fabrini

 

Yridian


Destroyer/freighter
General description
This Yridian ship type seems to be employed for different purposes.
Known ships
No name given
  Annotations
The Yridian destroyer (TNG: "The Chase") and the freighter (TNG: "Firstborn") are obviously identical. Maybe only the armament is different why the first would be identified as "destroyer". The miniature used is apparently an original design, and it did not show up in any other form. It is not even depicted or described in the Fact Files (unlike many far less interesting ships), so it may remain a mystery.
Class specifications
Destroyer, freighter

 


Old shuttle
General description
This is a small shuttle that fits into Enterprise's launch bay.
Article: Redresses of the Qatai's Vessel
Known shuttles
No name given
  Annotations
The shuttle from ENT: "Twilight" is yet another reuse of Qatai's venerable vessel from VOY: "Bliss". The design had previously appeared in the 22nd century as a shuttle in ENT: "Broken Bow", but then with green-yellow nacelles. It doesn't really look like it would fit into Enterprise's launch bay, even if we assume it is a distinct, still smaller design.
Class specifications
Crew complement: 1

 


Shuttle
General description
This is a small warp-capable shuttle with accommodations for two persons.
Known shuttles
(Name unknown) YLT-3069
  Annotations
1) This Yridian shuttle belongs to Jaglom Shrek (TNG: "Birthright"). It is a redress of the full-scale mock-up that was first used for the Nenebek.
2) It is odd why an Yridian shuttle should have a Federation-like registry. But maybe it was really registered in the Federation, possibly as a requirement to trade in Federation space. The "Y" may stand for "Yridian".
Class specifications
Length: approx. 4m
2 seats

 

Zalkonian


Escape pod
General description
The Zalkonian escape pod is build to hold one or two persons and is capable of landing on a planet.
Known shuttles
No name given
  Annotations
The escape pod was used by "John Doe" in TNG: "Transfigurations".
Class specifications
Length: approx. 3.5m

 


Warship
General description
The Zalkonian warship is heavily armed and poses a threat to a Federation Galaxy class.
Article: Redresses of the Tarellian Vessel
Known ships
No name given
  Annotations
The warship was sent to get hold of "John Doe", a Zalkonian who was about to undergo a transformation (TNG: "Transfigurations"). The ship miniature previously appeared as the Tarellian vessel in TNG: "Haven" (see above). Most obviously, the spherical drive was removed, and the forked bow was replaced with a blunt front piece. The modifications may seem sufficient to establish that the two ship classes are not related to each other.
Class specifications
None available

 

Zibalian


Escape pod
General description
The escape pod is a small craft stored in the hangar bay like a shuttlepod.
Known shuttles
No name given
  Annotations
The escape pod from TNG: "The Most Toys" looks like it is the original appearance of the mock-up that will frequently appear as various shuttles in other episodes, the next time as the Nenebek in TNG: "The Final Mission".
Class specifications
None available

 


Jovis type
General description
The Jovis is a Zibalian freighter with a maximum speed of Warp 3.
Article: Redresses of the Husnock Ship
Known ships
Jovis
  Annotations
The Jovis appeared as Kivas Fajo's vessel in TNG: "The Most Toys". The miniature is an extensive modification of the Husnock vessel. Of course, the two designs shouldn't be supposed to have anything in common.
Class specifications
Freighter
Length: approx. 250m
Max. speed: Warp 3

 


Back to Starship Database index

  Share 
  Home   Top    View as gallery 
Last modified: 31.05.14  
http://www.ex-astris-scientia.org/schematics/alphabeta_ships4.htm