Delta Quadrant Ships S-Z

Delta Quadrant A-E - Delta Quadrant F-K - Delta Quadrant L-R - Delta Quadrant S-Z - Unknown Affiliation

 

Serosian


Ship

General description

This is a small ship equipped with an isomorphic projection to support the crew. 

Known ships

No name given
 

Annotations

The Serosian ship appeared in VOY: "Revulsion". Its size can be derived from the bridge set with its round window. Although its shape doesn't exactly match the front window visible from the outside, we obtain a length of about 40m from the comparison. The miniature had previously appeared as the Bothan ship in VOY: "Persistence of Vision", where it was only briefly visible. The Serosian version is green instead of brown. They could easily be two distinct designs.

Class specifications

Length: approx. 40m
2 decks
Crew complement: 6

 

Sikarian


Ship

General description

Nothing is known about this ship type.

Known ships

No name given
 

Annotations

The ship from Sikaris appeared in VOY: "Prime Factors". It is very likely the model that will later more prominently appear as the above Serosian ship (see below) and less visibly as the Bothan ship in VOY: "Persistence of Vision".

Class specifications

None available

 

Species 116


"Dauntless"

General description

With the intention to take revenge for the assimilation of his people, Species 116, Arturis created the fake Federation ship "USS Dauntless", using particle synthesis. The Dauntless was equipped with quantum slipstream drive. Particle synthesis allowed the interior of the ship to undergo a transformation from a Federation to an alien design.
Article: Uncertain Ship Names and Registries
Gallery: Delta Quadrant Ships, Part 2

Known ships

"USS Dauntless NX-01-A"
 

Annotations

The length of the Dauntless is based on an average deck height of 3.6m. The registry of the ship is discussed here.

Class specifications

Length: approx. 150m
Deck count: 7

 

Species 5174


Ship

General description

Nothing is known about this ship. 

Known ships

No name given
 

Annotations

The Species 5174 ship was found in VOY: "Hunters", its crew probably killed by the Hirogen. The model is a re-use of the Mislen freighter, its brief appearance on Voyager's viewscreen is entirely stock footage.

Class specifications

None available

 

Species 6339


Ship

General description

The ship of Species 6339 is relatively large and heavily armed, with 22 aft phaser cannons.
Gallery: Delta Quadrant Ships, Part 2

Known ships

No name given
 

Annotations

The ship appeared in VOY: "Infinite Regress". The proper name of the species was not given. The vessel appeared to be about as long as Voyager

Class specifications

Length: approx. 350m

 


Shuttle

General description

Nothing is known about the shuttle of Species 6339.

Known shuttles

No name given
 

Annotations

The shuttle was used as a bait to infect the Borg with a virus in VOY: "Infinite Regress". Its design is similar to the larger ship. Both seem to have been created specifically for the episode. It is not completely certain which is the fore and which the aft end of the shuttle.

Class specifications

None available

 

Species 8472


Bioship



Bioship, firing

General description

Species 8472 uses partly biological ships whose technology is impervious to conventional weapons and to assimilation by the Borg.
Gallery: Delta Quadrant Ships, Part 1

Known ships

No name given
 

Annotations

Although real proof is missing, I am going with the explanation in the Fact Files and Star Trek: The Magazine that there is only one known type of bioship. In order to focus a beam that may disintegrate a whole planet, as seen in VOY: "Scorpion", the center vessel may alter its configuration.

Class specifications

Length: approx. 50m
Crew complement: 1

 


Terrasphere

General description

Several training facilities were established by Species 8472 for a planned infiltration of Earth. They provided a stunningly realistic imitation of places like San Francisco, created with particle synthesis.
Gallery: Delta Quadrant Ships, Part 1

Known stations

Terrasphere 8
 

Annotations

  1. The infiltration plan from VOY: "In the Flesh" is a disappointment, as one would never expect such typically humanoid methods from a species that was previously convincing as something truly "alien". In this light, the design of the station doesn't suit Species 8472 either. Technically, however, with the availability of particle synthesis, we could imagine that they would be able to create anything they deem useful with this technology (like the Dauntless in VOY: "Hope and Fear" that was constructed the same way), even if it doesn't comply with their design ethics.
  2. "Terrasphere 8" must be a translation of the indigenous name. It was mentioned in the episode that further stations of this type exist indeed.

Class specifications

None available

 

Species 10026


Ship

General description

In their desperate attempt to fight off the Borg, Species 10026 throws this type of ships into the battle. But they are defeated with ease.

Known ships

No name given
 

Annotations

These ships could be seen in VOY: "Dark Frontier". They had previously appeared as Nihydron ships in VOY: "Year of Hell". Although it may be possible that the designs are really the same, there is one difference: The Nihydron ship had green illumination, whereas it is blue on the Species 10026 vessel.

Class specifications

Length: approx. 310m

 

Srivani


Ship

General description

The small Srivani ship is equipped with a cloaking device. It is possible that it is constructed for the specific purpose of infiltrating alien ships for their medical experiments.
Gallery: Delta Quadrant Ships, Part 1

Known ships

No name given
 

Annotations

The Srivani ships appeared in VOY: "Scientific Method". The name "Srivani" was not mentioned in the episode, but is from the script.

Class specifications

Length: approx. 30m
Crew complement: 28

 

Tak Tak


Ship

General description

Nothing is known on the Tak Tak ship.  

Known ships

No name given
 

Annotations

The ship could only be seen from a distance in VOY: "Macrocosm". It is a design with some sort of wings, but can't really be identified. It is possible that this ship is a re-use of the Flaxian/Entharan vessel.

Class specifications

None available

 

Talaxian


Baxial type

General description

USS Voyager carried one warp-capable shuttle of this type for seven years.
Gallery: Delta Quadrant Ships, Part 1

Known shuttles

Baxial
 

Annotations

  1. We could see Neelix's ship in VOY: "The Chute", "Workforce, Part I" and "Homestead". It was the same CGI model all the time, only some blinking lights were added for "Homestead". At the first glance, the model looks like a modification of Jaheel's ship from DS9: "Babel". But Neelix's ship is a completely new CGI with only a similar mid section. Yet, there is no clue what the former freight containers are supposed to be on the Talaxian version. It is also remarkable that the starboard side of the otherwise symmetrical vessel has a protruding docking hatch which was obviously prolonged to allow docking with the Akritirian prison satellite in "The Chute".
  2. It is not clear whether this is a genuinely Talaxian design. When Neelix acquired the Baxial, his planet was probably under Haakonian occupation. It seems most likely that, after Neelix had emigrated or fled from Talax, he purchased the vessel at some other place.
    See also Federation Shuttlecraft

Class specifications

Length: approx. 15m

 


Fighter type 1

General description

Talaxian fighters are small and lightly armed ships whose main purpose may be military.
Gallery: Delta Quadrant Ships, Part 1

Known ships

No name given
 

Annotations

  1. Some of these fighters could be seen in "Basics". The Fact Files depiction reproduces their look overall correctly. A size estimation is difficult, but the fighters must have a crew complement of at least half a dozen, as several Talaxians boarded Voyager to recapture the ship from the Kazons.
  2. We do not know if the fighters are ships of the official Talaxian government, of an exile government, of a renegade group that may be fighting the Haakonians, or just escorts of a freighter convoy operating far from Talax. The latter seems most likely. The Haakonians may have loosened their grip on Talax as hinted at in VOY: "Jetrel", but it seems rather unlikely that Talax would have its own defense forces by the time of VOY: "Basics" and that they could be found that far away from the planet. As unofficial ships, they need not be originally Talaxian designs, but they are rather than Neelix' shuttle.

Class specifications

Length: approx. 50m

 


Fighter type 2

General description

This is a similar yet different type of Talaxian fighters.

Known ships

No name given
 

Annotations

  1. The fighter in "Homestead" clearly has a wide and rounded cockpit section and an overall triangular planform, unlike the one in "Basics". They are definitely two distinct designs. While type 1 is likely a physical model, type 2 must be a CGI. It appears that type 2 is based on the CG model of the Bajoran assault vessel, as it appeared in the seventh season of DS9. Many elements are the same on the two ships, only their proportions are different.
  2. The fighter is little more than three times as long as the Baxial. This is about the same size as the type from "Basics". However, it seems impossible that as many as five hundred Talaxians have been traveling in six such ships, unless the other five (the dismantled ones) were substantially larger.

Class specifications

Length: approx. 50m

 

Salvoxia, freighter, crew died of life support failure almost 100 years ago, mentioned in VOY: "The Haunting of Deck Twelve"
Like all events in the episode, it is not clear whether this ship exists only as a fairy-tale or is authentic. 

 

Taresian


Ship

General description

A Taresian ship of this type is more than a match for a Nasari vessel.

Known ships

No name given
 

Annotations

The Taresian vessel from VOY: "Favorite Son" is an unchanged re-use of the Miradorn fighter miniature from DS9: "Vortex". Clearly the two designs may not be related, despite the model's characteristic shape. It appears that the Taresian ship is more bluish, which was accomplished through different lighting and not a new paint job.

Class specifications

None available

 

Telsian


Freighter

General description

This freighter is used to carry bulk cargo, like dilithium or bolomite.
Article: Redresses of the Batris

Known ships

No name given
 

Annotations

The CGI model of the Petarian freighter Xhosa was re-used for this freighter in VOY: "Live Fast and Prosper". Like with almost any Alpha Quadrant design spotted in the Delta Quadrant, we have to ignore the similarity.

Class specifications

None available

 

"Terellian"


Racing shuttle

General description

Irina's ship is roughly the size of the Delta Flyer. It is a racing shuttle and very maneuverable at sublight speeds.
Article: Analysis of the Antarian Transstellar Rally
Gallery: Delta Quadrant Ships, Part 2

Known shuttles

No name given
 

Annotations

  1. Irina took part in the Antarian Transstellar Rally in VOY: "Drive" with the intention to sabotage the race by blowing up the Delta Flyer. We have seen her ship in Voyager's shuttlebay. Considering that the Delta Flyer can barely pass through the shuttlebay doors, her even wider ship must have been beamed aboard. At least, that's the only possible explanation. The shuttle's warp drive is described as "fragmentary".
  2. Irina's affiliation was not mentioned in the episode, only that she attempted to sabotage the race for political motives. From Neelix's live report we may conclude that she is either "Terellian" or "Imhotep". Irina belongs to the "Terellians", Assan to the "Imhotep", according to startrek.com. As this correlation (not the moronic names, read about the various Terellians) makes sense, I am sure the information comes from the script of the episode.

Class specifications

Length: approx. 20m

 

Trabe

We may assume that, as stated and seen in VOY: "Alliances", the Kazon got all their known ship types from the Trabe. See the Kazon & Trabe ships here.

 

Turei


Ship

General description

The Turei ship is a smaller vessel with otherwise unknown specifications.
Gallery: Delta Quadrant Ships, Part 2

Known ships

No name given
 

Annotations

  1. The Turei vessel was previously seen as Prof. Gegen's science vessel (see below). The lighting was slightly modified, and some sort of windows were added on the top of the forward section.
  2. Ironically, the Voth ship was equipped with one of the most advanced shipboard transwarp drives, whereas the Turei vessel is using transwarp corridors built by the Vaadwaur to bridge long distances. In this light, and because the xenophobic Voth would neither share their superior technology nor use other ships than their own, the two designs are most likely not the same.

Class specifications

None available

 

Uxalian


Antimatter missile

General description

Uxalian missiles are launched from silos and may be used in the planet's orbit. They are equipped with antimatter warheads and pose a threat to an Intrepid-class vessel with weakened shields.

Known missiles

No name given
 

Annotations

The weapons, designed by Time Earls, showed up in VOY: "Friendship One".

Class specifications

None available 

 

Vaadwaur


Attack ship

General description

The Vaadwaur ships are small warp-capable fighters, which usually attack in large numbers.
Gallery: Delta Quadrant Ships, Part 2

Known ships

No name given
 

Annotations

73 of these vessels are reactivated after 900 years in VOY: "Dragon's Teeth". A ship in the Void in VOY: "The Void" is said to have a Vaadwaur weapon signature, and is hence identified as "Vaadwaur ship", although it doesn't look like one.

Class specifications

None available

 


Satellite

General description

A stationary satellite of this type could be made operational after 900 years.

Known satellites

No name given
 

Annotations

In VOY: "Dragon's Teeth" Gedrin tapped into the old satellite to help Voyager target the Turei.

Class specifications

None available

 

Varro


Generational ship

General description

The immense generational ship consists of 54 large habitation pods, arranged in three columns, supplemented by a command and a propulsion module. The ship has 14 warp reactors.
Gallery: Delta Quadrant Ships, Part 2

Known ships

No name given
 

Annotations

The generational ship appeared in VOY: "The Disease".

Class specifications

Age: approx. 400 years
Length: approx. 9km 

 


Habitation pod

General description

Each of the generational ship's pods is independently operational, after the ship has broken apart.

Known ships

No name given
 

Annotations

One single pod appeared to be somewhat longer than USS Voyager.

Class specifications

Age: approx. 400 years
Length: approx. 390m 

 

Vidiian


Ship type 1

General description

This is one of many Vidiian ships whose purpose it is to raid alien vessels and steal organs from their crews.
Article: Redresses of the Merchantman
Gallery: Delta Quadrant Ships, Part 1

Known ships

No name given
 

Annotations

  1. This first Vidiian ship type appeared in VOY: "The Phage" where Voyager pursued it into an asteroid base. The miniature is a slight modification of the Merchantman from "Star Trek III" that has already been used for several different alien ships. Although the size is about the same, it is very unlikely that the Vidiian version is related to any of them.
  2. There are supposedly two versions of this ship, a CGI that was used for the many mirror images inside the base and a physical model, the modification of the Merchantman, that could be seen up close.

Class specifications

Length: approx. 200m

 


Ship type 2

General description

This is a much larger and more heavily armed Vidiian ship than type 1. As the Vidiians do not have transporter technology, the ship is equipped with an extendable cutter to be able to board an enemy vessel.
Article: Redresses of the Reptohumanoid Ship
Gallery: Delta Quadrant Ships, Part 1

Known ships

No name given
 

Annotations

The ship type 2 could be seen in VOY: "Deadlock" and, in a retrospective, in "Fury". It is a modification of the model that was used by the Reptohumanoids in VOY: "Parturition". The big oval forward section was removed. Additional struts connect the engine rear tips and the main body's rear end. Engine lights were inserted into the rear end. The modifications may be extensive enough to justify that the Vidiian version is a totally different design.

Class specifications

Length: approx. 500m

 


Ship type 3

General description

This is a Vidiian ship whose size and armament is hard to assess.

Known ships

No name given
 

Annotations

The ship type 3 could be seen in VOY: "Resolutions" and, as an illusion, in "Coda". The miniature was apparently built after ship type 2 had been modified to differ from the reptile-humanoid version. Interestingly, type 3 incorporates some of the design features introduced with type 2, like the gap in the wings and the supposed deflector in the bow, pointing to a Vidiian design lineage.

Class specifications

None available

 

Vojean


Ship I

General description

Nothing is known about this Vojean or Wyngari ship.

Known ships

No name given
 

Annotations

Q's son is watching a battle between the Vojeans and the Wyngari (spelling as in the DVD subtitles) that he has incited in Voyager's astrometric lab in VOY: "Q2". There is no clue which ship design belongs to which race. All of them are probably supposed to be quite small. One design looks like the aft section of the "Delta Flyer" from VOY: "Live Fast and Prosper" has been merged with the Vaadwaur ship from VOY: "Dragon's Teeth". Such a design previously appeared in the Antarian Transstellar Rally in VOY: "Drive", although its bow doesn't look like the one of the Vaadwaur ships there.

Class specifications

None available

 


Ship II

General description

Nothing is known about this Vojean or Wyngari ship.
Article: Redresses of the Ramuran Tracer Ship

Known ships

No name given
 

Annotations

The second ship can be seen firing on ship I, so these two definitely don't have the same affiliation. It is a re-use of the model which originally appeared as the Ramuran tracer ship.

Class specifications

None available

 


Ship III

General description

Nothing is known about this Vojean or Wyngari ship.

Known ships

No name given
 

Annotations

The third vessel drops out of warp in the skirmish between ship I and ship II. It was previously seen as Assan's shuttle (his race being the "Imhotep").

Class specifications

None available

 

Vostigye


Science station

General description

This science station is made of materials like boronite and sarium. Its exact purpose is unknown.

Known stations

No name given
 

Annotations

Only debris was shown of the station in VOY: "Real Life". The station had been destroyed by a spatial anomaly.

Class specifications

Crew complement: 60 

 

Voth


City ship

General description

This mighty vessel is much like a mobile planet of the Voth. The city ship is equipped with transwarp drive and with a transporter that is capable of beaming a complete starship into its voluminous interior.
Gallery: Delta Quadrant Ships, Part 1

Known ships

No name given
 

Annotations

The Voth city ship from VOY: "Distant Origin" is one of the largest vessels ever seen in Star Trek. As the ship was only referred to as "the City Ship" and it apparently accommodated the Voth government, it is likely the only one of its kind.

Class specifications

Length: approx. 9800m

 


Science ship

General description

The Voth science ship is a small vessel equipped with advanced sensors and transwarp drive, enabling speeds in excess of 50,000c. The ship's sensor range is at least 90 light years.
Gallery: Delta Quadrant Ships, Part 1

Known ships

No name given
 

Annotations

The science ship was used by Prof. Gegen in VOY: "Distant Origin". It appeared to be a tad longer than Voyager's nacelles.

Class specifications

Science vessel
Length: approx. 130m

 

Wyngari

See Vojean (above)

 

Wysanti


Ship

General description

The Wysanti ship is a small vessel, but nothing else is known about the design.
Gallery: Delta Quadrant Ships, Part 2

Known ships

No name given
 

Annotations

The Wysanti are the species of the Borg twins Rebi and Azan. Their ship was visible in VOY: "Imperfection". The same ship design was barely visible as the Aksani ship in the Antarian Transstellar Rally in VOY: "Drive" too. We may ignore this other appearance, like the many other ships that were scaled down in this episode.

Class specifications

Length: approx. 100m

 

Zahl


Ship

General description

Zahl ships have warp nacelles similar to Federation design, connected to the main body with an upper and a lower pair of pylons. The specifications of these ships are unknown.
Gallery: The Krenim and Their Enemies

Known ships

No name given
 

Annotations

The Zahl ship appeared in one timeline of VOY: "Year of Hell". It is not clear whether the Zahl civilization exists at all after the restoration of the original timeline.

Class specifications

Length: approx. 360m

 


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