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Gamma Quadrant Ships

 

Karemma

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Skrreean


Transport ship
General description
This is one of various Skrreean ships used to transport emigrants.
Article: Redresses of the Batris
Known ships
No name given
  Annotations
There were said to be more than 100 emigrant ships in DS9: "Sanctuary". Several were visible on screen, but only this one could be clearly identified. It is a re-use of the Norkova which may have been turned upside down purposely to suggest that it is a different ship (yes, I know that there is no up and down in space, but Star Trek ships always stick to the established flight plane). There were evidently more than one ship of this design. Since it seems very unlikely that a fleet of them was sent though the wormhole to the Skrreean homeworld, I assume that this design is indigenous to the Gamma Quadrant.
Class specifications
None available

 

Various ships, arriving at Deep Space 9 in DS9: "Sanctuary"
Aside from the above "upside down" Norkova, there were several other ship designs (which is plausible in a randomly gathered fleet of hundreds of ships). Few of them can be identified, and they better shouldn't, because they are all re-uses of Alpha Quadrant vessels anyway. One design of which at least two could be seen would later appear as an apparently Klingon vessel in DS9: "Sons of Mogh". Maybe it was Klingon in "Sanctuary" too?

 

Tosk & Hunters


Hunter ship
General description
The Hunter ship is used to pursue a Tosk. The ship has a transporter system and equipment to reverse the polarity of Federation shields.
Article: Redresses of the Tarellian Vessel
Gallery: Gamma Quadrant Ships
Known ships
No name given
  Annotations
The Hunter ship appeared in DS9: "Captive Pursuit". It is an unchanged re-use of the Zalkonian vessel from TNG: "Transfigurations". Of course, it is virtually impossible that the two ships are actually related to each other.
Class specifications
None available

 


Tosk ship
General description
Tosk uses this small vessel of about the size of a runabout.
Known shuttles
No name given
  Annotations
The Tosk ship appeared in DS9: "Captive Pursuit". It is a re-use of the Vulcan ships from TNG: "Unification". Aside from the color (which is brown instead of bluish), several modifications were made to the model, such as the small curved wings and an additional superstructure at the aft end. From the dialogue and the interior view we get the impression that it is very small, probably only shuttle-sized. The cockpit window as visible from inside matches the white window-like detail visible on the top of the model. Also, in the episode there is one external view of Tosk's ship docked at one of the smaller ports in the docking ring of DS9, where it appears to be about 20m long.
Class specifications
Length: approx. 20m

 

Wadi


Ship
General description
The Wadi ship may be a cargo vessel. Further specifications are unknown.
Article: Redresses of the Wadi Ship
Gallery: Gamma Quadrant Ships
Known ships
No name given
  Annotations
The Wadi ship appeared in DS9: "Move Along Home". The miniature was later re-used for various cargo vessels of the Alpha Quadrant, including Bajoran ships on three occasions and the Xepolite freighter in DS9: "The Maquis". The latter episode shows a close view and reveals that the model has an unusually great deal of detail for an alien ship. Considering that the Wadi along with their vessel appeared only once, we may want to give the Xepolite design precedence and imagine the Wadi ship was different. There is one significant difference in any case: For the second appearance as Xepolite freighter the ship was flipped over. The Fact Files erroneously labeled the Xepolite orientation as "Wadi ship". The corrected image on the upper left of this entry may look odd because of the unusual shading but reproduces the look fairly exactly.
Class specifications
Length: approx. 200m

 

Unknown Affiliation (DS9: "The Forsaken")


Probe
General description
No details are available on this probe.
Known probes
"Pup"
  Annotations
"Pup" is Chief O'Brien's nickname for an alien intelligent software that came with the probe. We did not learn the name of the culture from the Gamma Quadrant that sent the probe that carried Pup to Deep Space 9. The probe model itself was a modification of the Cytherian probe originally built for TNG: "The Nth Degree".
Class specifications
None available

 


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