Delta Quadrant Ships of Unknown Affiliation

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

 

Abaddon (VOY: "Alice")


Delta ship

General description

This design consists of four separate delta-shaped hulls connected at the aft end and with a green bullet almost hovering between the four front tips. 

Known ships

No name given
 

Annotations

This may be a complete ship or just a part of one. A single delta shape is visible too which may be a part of the latter or possibly even a ship of its own.

Class specifications

None available

 


Shuttle

General description

"Alice" is a small shuttle that establishes a neural link to its pilot.
Gallery: Delta Quadrant Ships, Part 2

Known shuttles

"Alice"
 

Annotations

The shuttle was purchased and called "Alice" by Tom Paris. Abaddon mentioned a "Haakonian captain", but it seems very unlikely that the shuttle came from the Haakonians, some 30,000 light years away from Abaddon's repository. The Haakonians are not known for having advanced propulsion technology.

Class specifications

Length: approx. 5m

 


Station

General description

This is the administration and habitation section of "Abaddon's Repository of Lost Treasures".

Known stations

No name given
 

Annotations

The station looks much too small compared to much of the starship scrap (see below). But since most of the ships can't be what they look like anyway, this does not really matter.

Class specifications

Diameter: approx. 68m

 

Various ships, or ship parts, seen in Abaddon's Repository in VOY: "Alice"
We can see: Abbadon's station (1), the center part of Qatai's ship (2 and 3), Onquanii's ship (4), Hirogen hunter ship (5), the delta ship with green bullet as above (6), Caatati ship 1 (7), Hierarchy ship 1 (8), B'omar ship (9), Varro generational ship forward end (10), Devore warship (11), Mawasi warp engine (12), Varro docking clamps (13), unidentified vessel (14), Omega rescue vessels (15), another Caatati vessel (16), Steth's ship (17), Alice (18). There are also some Varro habitat pods. It is obvious that most of these models can't be what they have previously represented in the series. The relative scales are totally off too for the most part.

 

Arturis, "USS Dauntless" (VOY: "Hope and Fear")

See Species 116

 

Assan

See "Imhotep"

 

Bathar of Hodos (VOY: "Memorial")


Vessel

General description

Nothing is known about this vessel.

Known ships

No name given
 

Annotations

Captain Bathar was briefly mentioned and shown along with his ship on a display. The model is identical to the rescue vessels from VOY: "The Omega Directive" (below).

Class specifications

None available

 

Cytoplasmic Lifeform (VOY: "Nothing Human")


Ship

General description

No specifications of this possibly organic ship type are available. 

Known ships

No name given
 

Annotations

The cytoplasmic lifeform remained nameless in VOY: "Nothing Human".

Class specifications

None available

 

Daelen (VOY: "Vis Vis")


Ship

General description

Daelen's ship is a large vessel with an organic shape, but a metallic surface. Further specifications are unknown.
Gallery: Delta Quadrant Ships, Part 1

Known ships

No name given
 

Annotations

Daelen, a female host with (temporarily) the consciousness of Steth, was on this ship to search for her/his true body. While Steth was a Benthan, we do not know Daelen's species, neither do we know if it was her ship or if she was only a passenger (although it appeared that it was at her service). The Fact Files let it appear as if she were alone aboard, but the ship appears very large on screen, as indicated by the many small lights/windows.

Class specifications

None available

 

"Dream Species" (VOY: "Waking Moments")


Ship

General description

Nothing is known about this ship, except that it is armed with a beam weapon.

Known ships

No name given
 

Annotations

The "Dream Species" ship was created using stock footage of the Caatati vessel. Only the overall color was changed to green, and the ship fires a green weapon. The vessel could be seen only in a dream, so it is uncertain if it really exists. 

Class specifications

None available

 

"Flea Ship" (VOY: "The Fight")


Ship

General description

The only fact known about this vessel with its bizarre insectoid shape is that its sensors are more advanced than those of the Federation.
Gallery: Delta Quadrant Ships, Part 2

Known ships

No name given
 

Annotations

The ship was trapped in "chaotic space" just like Voyager. It seemed to be somewhat smaller than the Federation ship.

Class specifications

None available

 

Impostors(VOY: "Live Fast and Prosper")


"Delta Flyer" type

General description

This seems to be an ordinary freighter, which is disguised as a Starfleet vessel.
Gallery: Delta Quadrant Ships, Part 2

Known ships

"Delta Flyer"
 

Annotations

Dala, Mobar and Zar modified the "Delta Flyer" to look like a Starfleet vessel. The modifications of the ship are only superficial, such as an imitation of the Starfleet console style. The CGI model depicted in the Star Trek Fact Files has a Starfleet arrowhead on the hull. The new DVD caps of the episode reveal that it was indeed there.

Class specifications

Crew complement: 3

 

Irina (VOY: "Drive")

See "Terellian"

 

Kes (VOY: "Fury")


Shuttle

General description

This is a shuttle capable of high warp and equipped with a transporter system.
Article: Redresses of Tau's Pirate Fighter
Gallery: Delta Quadrant Ships, Part 2

Known shuttles

No name given
 

Annotations

Torat (see below) used a very similar shuttle in VOY: "Counterpoint", but some subtle changes were made for "Fury", such as the addition of a lower engine pod on either side. The same design as Kes' shuttle also appeared in the Antarian Transstellar Rally in VOY: "Drive".

Class specifications

None available

 

Looters (VOY: "Imperfection")


Vessel

General description

The Delta Flyer encounters this vessel, whose crew is about to pillage a derelict Borg vessel.
Article: Redresses of the Qatai's Vessel

Known ships

No name given
 

Annotations

The CGI model used is identical to Qatai's vessel (see below). It would not pose a major problem if both real ships were actually the same design.

Class specifications

Length: approx. 20m

 

Nekrit Expanse (VOY: "Fair Trade")


Supply depot

General description

The supply depot is located at the outer edge of the Nekrit Expanse and serves as a trade outpost for many different species.

Known stations

No name given
 

Annotations

The station was designed by Rick Sternbach. The administrator is called Bahrat, but its affiliation was not mentioned in the episode.

Class specifications

None available

 

Night Beings (VOY: "Night")


Ship

General description

The ships of the "Night Beings" are vertically oriented, with organic shapes and without discernible propulsion or weapon components.

Known ships

No name given
 

Annotations

The "Night Beings" are indigenous to the Void in VOY: "Night" (not to be confused with the other Void in VOY: "The Void"). They were not given a proper name in the episode. Considering the emptiness of this space region, it is questionable where they may resupply their ships and how and why they have settled there in the first place.

Class specifications

None available

 

Nocona (VOY: "Homestead")


Mining ship

General description

This ship is used in mining operations. It is equipped with explosive charges to break apart asteroids.
Article: Redresses of the Qatai's Vessel

Known ships

No name given
 

Annotations

It was not mentioned to which race Nocona belonged. His mining ship previously appeared as Qatai's vessel and looters' vessel (both on this page too). The damage seen on Qatai's vessel was "repaired", the lighting was switched to green and the previous cockpit windows facing forward were filled with solid hull structures to suggest a larger size. The interior of Nocona's ship looked quite spacious, and the ship appeared to be considerably larger compared to the Talaxian fighter (which itself must be roughly 60m long).

Class specifications

None available

 

Noss (VOY: "Gravity")


Freighter

General description

This is a relatively small freighter. 

Known ships

No name given
 

Annotations

Neither the name of Noss' species nor details on her ship were mentioned in the episode. A size estimation is possible because we can relate the windows of the cockpit set to the windows on the model.

Class specifications

Length: approx. 30m

 

Onquanii (VOY: "Warhead")


Ship

General description

Nothing is known about this vessel. 

Known ships

No name given
 

Annotations

Onquanii offered his help with the Druoda warhead, but his interest was to get his hands on the weapon. His ship was destroyed through an antimatter surge. The same ship design appeared in VOY: "Survival Instinct" at the Markonian space station. It may easily belong to the same race as Onquanii's.

Class specifications

Length: approx. 250m

 

Pirates(VOY: "Concerning Flight")


Fighter

General description

A group of pirates led by a man named Tau use these small and moderately armed fighters with built-in transporters.
Article: Redresses of Tau's Pirate Fighter

Known shuttles

No name given
 

Annotations

The vessels seem to be less than 10m long in a comparison with Voyager and as indicated by the big cockpit window. The CGI model will be modified to Torat's and Kes' shuttles (see below and above, resp.).

Class specifications

None available

 

Qatai (VOY: "Bliss")


Vessel

General description

Qatai is using this rugged small vessel on his "monster hunt".
Gallery: Delta Quadrant Ships, Part 2

Article: Redresses of the Qatai's Vessel

Known ships

No name given
 

Annotations

The inside of the cockpit corresponds with the window visible from outside. This gives us a length of 20m.

Class specifications

Length: approx. 20m

 

Nokaro, mentioned as ship with a crew of nearly 3000 which was destroyed by the "monster" 40 years ago, killing Qatai's family

 

Renovation Team Nova (VOY: "Gravity")


Ship

General description

This ship is equipped with an antigraviton beam emitter, which can be used to seal gravitation rifts.

Known ships

No name given
 

Annotations

"Renovation Team Nova" doesn't seem to be a political designation, so it is listed on this page. The team was lead by Supervisor Yost. The ship doesn't look like we have seen it before. 

Class specifications

None available

 

Reptohumanoid (VOY: "Parturition")


Ship

General description

Nothing is known about the Reptohumanoid vessel, except that it is probably a formidable warship.
Article: Redresses of the Reptohumanoid Ship
Gallery: Delta Quadrant Ships, Part 1

Known ships

No name given
 

Annotations

The ship appears in VOY: "Parturition". It's the first time this CGI model is seen. It will be modified to the Vidiian ship type 2.

Class specifications

Length: approx. 550m

 

 "Silver Blood" (VOY: "Course: Oblivion")


Intrepid

General description

The biomimetic copy of Voyager appears to have all the characteristics of the original vessel, plus an "enhanced warp drive". Only that it is unstable outside the atmosphere of a Class-Y planet.

Known ships

USS Voyager NCC-74656
 

Annotations

It makes no sense at all why the *bio*mimetic substance could imitate the non-organic matter of the ship too. At the end of VOY: "Demon" the impression was created that only the crew had been duplicated. For "Course: Oblivion", however, the writers pulled the biomimetic ship off the hat.

Class specifications

Length: 344m
Deck count: 15
Crew complement: 141

 

"Swarm" (VOY: "The Swarm")


Ship

General description

The Swarm ship is a shuttle-sized vessel. Many Swarm ships may be linked together and, in a common effort, disable the power system of larger vessels. Swarm ships are equipped with transporters.

Known shuttles

No name given
 

Annotations

None

Class specifications

Length: 6.5m

 

Tash (VOY: "The Voyager Conspiracy")


Shuttle

General description

This is a small vessel with unknown specifications.
Gallery: Delta Quadrant Ships, Part 2

Known shuttles

No name given
 

Annotations

None

Class specifications

None available

 


Subspace catapult

General description

The subspace catapult is capable of pushing a ship into subspace, bridging a distance of hundreds, if not thousands of light years.
Gallery: Delta Quadrant Ships, Part 2

Known stations

No name given
 

Annotations

None

Class specifications

None available

 

Think Tank (VOY: "Think Tank")


Vessel

General description

The "Think Tank" vessel is equipped with a hull made of neutronium-based alloys, powerful weapons and shields and may submerge into subspace.
Gallery: Delta Quadrant Ships, Part 2

Known stations

No name given
 

Annotations

  1. The "Think Tank", consisting of various very different lifeforms, is not a civilization in a conventional sense, so it is listed as "unknown affiliation".
  2. One interesting observation is that the Think Tank relies on advanced subspace technology, but quantum slipstream is obviously unknown to its denizens. It is unknown whether the Think Tank customarily uses another form of propulsion which is why I classify it as a station. 

Class specifications

Diameter: approx. 250m

 

Torat (VOY: "Counterpoint")


Shuttle

General description

This is a shuttle capable of high warp and probably without weapons or defense systems.
Article: Redresses of Tau's Pirate Fighter

Known shuttles

No name given
 

Annotations

Torat's shuttle is based on Tau's pirate ships (see above). Kes will fly a slight modification of this model in VOY: "Fury".

Class specifications

None available

 

Unknown Affiliation (VOY: "Fair Trade")


Freighter

General description

Nothing is known about this freighter.
Article: Redresses of the Groumall

Known ships

No name given
 

Annotations

The Talaxian Wixiban is involved in an illegal drug deal on this freighter. The model is the one previously used for the Cardassian and later for the Klingon military freighters.

Class specifications

Freighter

 

Unknown Affiliation (VOY: "The Omega Directive")


Rescue vessel

General description

After the catastrophic failure of the experiment with the Omega Molecule, ships of this type hurry to aid the research station located on a moon. They are moderately armed, but their exact purpose and specs remain unknown.
Gallery: Delta Quadrant Ships, Part 1

Known ships

No name gives
 

Annotations

The rescue vessels appeared in VOY: "The Omega Directive". The name of the civilization was not mentioned in the episode. The ships may be equipped with warp drive, but it couldn't be activated because of the disruption of subspace caused by the Omega Molecule.

Class specifications

None available

 

Unknown Affiliation (VOY: "Latent Image")


Ship

General description

This ship outguns a Type-9 shuttle, but nothing else is known on it.

Known ships

No name given
 

Annotations

The attackers who killed Ensign Ahni Jetal (which happened one and a half years prior to the episode) were never identified. Their ship type seems to be the same that will later appear as Irina's ship in VOY: "Drive" (a "Terellian" design). There are several dissimilarities, however. Most obviously this ship is brownish-gray with cyan engines, while Irina's is ochre with a yellow glow. The ship from "Latent Image" has an additional pod on the ventral side, and it seems that the main body is not indented but just overall tapered. Finally, it is possible that the nacelles were prolonged for Irina's racer.

Class specifications

None available

 

Unknown Affiliations (VOY: "Gravity")

Various wrecks, seen on the planet surface in VOY: "Gravity"
None of these ships or ship parts can be identified. None is supposed to belong to a specific civilization.

 

Unknown Affiliation (VOY: "Collective")


Ship

General description

Nothing is known about this vessel.

Known ships

No name given
 

Annotations

One of several ships that appeared inside a Borg Cube in VOY: "Collective" was recognizable. It is composed of a comparably sleek hull with engine exhausts at the aft end and arrow-shaped wings, overall not unlike the Space Shuttle.

Class specifications

None available

 

Unknown Affiliation (VOY: "Human Error")


Subspace target drone

General description

These drones serve as targets for the subspace warheads.

Known probes

No name given
 

Annotations

The subspace target drones are encountered in the "Subspace Munitions Range 434", but the civilization that built them is not identified. It appears they are based on the Ba'neth station.

Class specifications

None available

 


Subspace warhead

General description

These are self-guided warp-capable missiles with a proximity detonator.
Gallery: Delta Quadrant Ships, Part 2

Known missiles

No name given
 

Annotations

The subspace warheads are encountered in the "Subspace Munitions Range 434", but the civilization that built them is not identified.

Class specifications

None available

 

Valen (VOY: "The Void")

See Annari

 

Varn (VOY: "Live Fast and Prosper")


Ship

General description

Varn owns a relatively large vessel equipped with a tractor beam.

Known ships

No name given
 

Annotations

  1. Varn's ship has previously appeared as Nihydron ship in VOY: "Year of Hell" in the very same configuration. Since this ship is encountered some 20,000 light years away from Nihydron territory, I assume that the two are not the same design.
  2. The ship model was also visible near the Markonian station in VOY: "Survival Instinct".

Class specifications

None available

 

Void (VOY: "The Void")

Only the ship designs that belong to a certain civilization are listed in the database. All the uncertain designs are analyzed here: Analysis of the Ships in the "Void".

 

"Weird Planet" (VOY: "Blink of an Eye")


Advanced ship

General description

These advanced ships, built more than a century after Orbital One (planet time), were capable of pulling Voyager out of the subspace differential.

Known ships

No name given
 

Annotations

A name of the planet was never mentioned in the episode. I follow Naomi Wildman's suggestion and call it the "Weird Planet [Where Time Moved Very Fast And So Did The People Who Lived There]".

Class specifications

Length: approx. 320m

 


Orbital One type

General description

This is the first orbital spacecraft launched by the Central Protectorate on the "Weird Planet". Its mission is to explore the "Skyship". Like in early space missions on Earth too, a rocket stage is employed to provide the necessary thrust.

Known shuttles

"Orbital One"
No further missions
 

Annotations

The image just depicts the inhabitable pod, without the booster rockets. The alien spacecraft docked easily at Voyager's docking port, as if it had been constructed for this purpose, whereas the dialogue clearly negated that.

Class specifications

Orbital capsule
Length: approx. 6m

 


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