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For the mirror universe counterpart, see Voyager (mirror).

The USS Voyager (NCC-74656) was a Federation starship, Intrepid-class.

Launched in 2371 under the command of Captain Kathryn Janeway, Voyager was shortly thereafter swept into the Delta Quadrant. After seven years in that distant part of the galaxy, Voyager returned to Earth via the use of a Borg transwarp conduit. Following their return, Janeway was promoted to admiral and her first officer, Chakotay, was promoted to captain, taking command of Voyager.

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Crew Manifest

The Command crew of the USS Voyager
See also: USS Voyager personnel.
The USS Voyager nearing completion at the Utopia Planitia Fleet Yards

Construction History

Construction began on the USS Voyager in the late 2360s at the Utopia Planitia Fleet Yards along with her sister-ships, USS Intrepid, USS Bellerophon and USS Pathfinder, under the direction of Admiral Patterson. In early 2371, Voyager was launched, and command was handed over to Captain Kathryn Janeway. (VOY episode: "Relativity")

Following the launching ceremony, Captain Janeway took Voyager on a shakedown cruise to the area bordering the Demilitarized Zone. During the voyage, the starships bio-neural gel packs malfunctioned and left Voyager stranded in space. The USS Hood, under Robert DeSoto, rushed to Voyager's aid, and she was towed back to Utopia Planitia for repairs. (VOY short story: "The Third Artifact")

Service History

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2371

The Caretaker's wave transporting Voyager across the galaxy

After undergoing repairs at Utopia Planitia, Voyager proceeded to Deep Space 9 to await its first mission: to travel into the Badlands to locate Chakotay and his Maquis crew, along with Lieutenant Tuvok, who was operating undercover. Once the final crew complement arrived, the Voyager departed DS9 and headed into the Badlands. Shortly after entering the Badlands, Voyager was transported over 70,000 light years across the galaxy to the Delta Quadrant by the Caretaker, a member of the Nacene species. (VOY novelization: Caretaker)

At the beginning of their journey home, Voyager unknowingly enters Dresh territory. A fiercely territorial race who guard their borders with mines. When Captain Janeway is injured in a collision with a Dresh mine, Commander Chakotay must take command to save the ship. However, his attempts to save Voyager is hindered by the fact that Tuvok has disabled his command codes. (VOY short story: "Command Code")

When Voyager suffers damage, Neelix directs them to a spaceship graveyard on the planet Alcawell. When Lt. Torres, Ensign Kim, and Neelix enter a spaceship to investigate they are transported across time. They are apprehended by the Alcawellians and charged with temporal violations. (VOY novel: The Escape)

After detecting a tetryon beam emission from a derelict First Federation vessel in the Kuriyar Cluster, Voyager is drawn into a centuries-old war between the Hachai and the P'nir. The intervention of Captain Janeway means that both parties unite in a war against the Federation. (VOY novel: Ragnarok)

While negotiating for the coordinates of known wormholes, Voyager is attacked by the Cartel freighter, Kapon, and her main computer processor is stolen. With Voyager on emergency power, Captain Janeway is determined to get the stolen technology back. (VOY novel: Violations)

Stardate 48531.6: (VOY novel: Incident at Arbuk)

Stardate 48579.4: Voyager discovers a micro-wormhole that leads to contact with a Romulan vessel in the Alpha Quadrant. Unfortunately, time is not on the crew's side as they prepare messages for their distant loved ones. (VOY episode: "Eye of the Needle")

Voyager confronts the Kazon-Nistrim. ("State of Flux")

Stardate 48658.2: Ensign Seska is found to have been trading Voyager'sreplicator technology to the Kazon - in clear violation of the Prime Directive - and an investigation uncovers an even more surprising revelation: she is a Cardassian spy. (VOY episode: "State of Flux")

Chakotay and B'Elanna Torres crash-land a shuttle on the planet Pathon. They meet a young alien girl named Quator and eventually are forced to destroy the shuttle before beaming back to Voyager. (VOY short story: "Touched")

VOY novel: The Murdered Sun -- Stardate 43897.1 is given in the story, but is inconsistent with other dates.

While the Federation battles the Furies in the Alpha Quandrant, Voyager encounters a Starfleet distress call leading them to a vast assemblage of non-humanoid races engaged in a monumental project of incredible magnitude. Here is the source of the terrible invasion threatening the entire Alpha Quadrant -- and, for the Starship Voyager, a possible route home. (VOY novel: The Final Fury)

2372

Voyager discovers a world being torn apart by awesome volcanic stresses. The primitive inhabitants of Drenar Four face extinction unless Voyager intervenes -- something the Prime Directive forbids. (VOY novel: Ghost of a Chance)

A mysterious signal lures Voyager to a uncharted sector of the Delta Quadrant -- and an enigmatic ghost ship floating adrift in space. Janeway mounts an investigation, hoping the alien ship may hold a clue to the whereabouts of the Caretaker's long-lost ship and his mate -- the only known entity with the power to send Voyager home. (VOY novel: Cybersong)

Voyager travels to Sardalia, a planet blessed with great natural beauty and apparently friendly inhabitants. The Sardalians welcome Voyager enthusiastically, but the Sardalians seem almost too eager to help. Janeway fears they are hiding some secret agenda. When Tom Paris and Harry Kim disappear while visiting the planet, the captain and her crew find themselves caught in the middle of a planetary war -- and faced with an agonizing moral dilemma. (VOY novel: Bless the Beasts)

Stardate 49373.4: Lt. Paris becomes the first person to achieve warp 10, but the historic flight has unusual consequences on his physiology, and provides a glimpse of the next stage of human evolution. (VOY episode: "Threshold")

Voyager's crew being marooned on Hanon IV. ("Basics")

Voyager suffers a series of violent attacks masterminded and conducted by Seska and the Kazon-Nistrim. The starship ultimately falls to its brutal attackers, and the Starfleet crew are left stranded on the hostile world of Hanon IV as their vessel departs without them. (VOY episode: "Basics, Part I")

2373

Stardate 50032.7: As Captain Janeway and her crew adapt to life on Hanon IV, Lt. Paris gathers the support of the Talaxians, as well as the Doctor and the Betazoid murderer Lon Suder, in an attempt to retake Voyager from the Kazon-Nistrim. (VOY episode: "Basics, Part II")

Stardate 50312.5: Voyager is attacked by the 29th century timeship UTS Aeon, and drawn through a temporal rift to Earth in 1996. The crew must negotiate both an unfamiliar culture, and the attentions of businessman Henry Starling. (VOY episode: "Future's End, Part I")

Stardate 50312.5: The crew of Voyager race to prevent Henry Starling from using the Aeon to travel to the future in order to acquire new technologies - and unwittingly cause the destruction of the Sol system. (VOY episode: "Future's End, Part II")

Stardate 50348.1: Kes is invaded and possessed by the consciousness of Teiran, a rutless Ilari warlord who uses the Ocampans slight form and formidable psyholokinetic powers to overthrow his homeworld's government. (VOY episode: "Warlord")

As Kes finds it increasingly difficult to deal with the lasting psychological effects of Teiran's possession she turns to Lt. Torres to help her control her anger. As Kes learns to master her emotions by building a windmill, she also proves to be vital in solving the mystery of an alien starship that is stalking Voyager. (VOY short story: "Winds of Change")

As Voyager continues its voyage through the Nekrit Expanse, Neelix suggests that the crew have a talent night to keep everyone entertained and stave off boredom. Captain Janeway agrees and suggests that all senior staff play some part in the night to encourage all the crew to participate. (VOY short story: "Talent Night")

Voyager before an armada of Borg Cubes. ("Scorpion")

Stardate 50984.3: The crew of Voyager enter Borg space - and discover that the collective has lost the upper hand in a war against Species 8472, an immensely powerful race who hail from fluidic space. (VOY episode: "Scorpion, Part I")

2374

A failed transwarp experiment leads to Voyager having to eject the warp core. Lt. Paris and Lt. Torres are sent to retrieve it, but when their shuttlecraft is destroyed, leaving them adrift in space with only a few hours supply of oxygen, personal truths are revealed. (VOY novelization: "Day of Honor")

Seven of Nine finds an abandoned subspace relay network that has the ability to send a message to a Starfleet ship detected in the Alpha Quadrant. Voyager is able to send The Doctor through the relay network and he arrives on board the USS Prometheus. The Doctor is able to get a message to Starfleet letting them know of the fate of Voyager. (VOY episode: "Message in a Bottle")

Stardate 51501.4: Lt. Joe Carey receives a message from his wife letting him know that she and their two children are doing fine. She has not moved on and is still waiting for him to come home. Meanwhile, other members of the crew receive other personal messages from home: Tuvok has become a grandfather, the rest of the Maquis are either dead or imprisoned, and Janeway's fiancé, Mark Johnson has married another woman. (VOY short story: "The Ones Left Behind" and VOY episode: "Hunters")

2375

Stardate 52619.2: Captain Janeway devises a mission to retrieve a transwarp coil from a damaged Borg Sphere. Captured by the Borg Queen, Seven of Nine is taken to the heart of Borg space - Unimatrix One. The crew of Voyager work to rescue her from captivity and utilize the new technology. (VOY episodes: "Dark Frontier, Parts I & II")

Captain Janeway reflects on the life of her ancestors, Shannon O'Donnell and Henry Janeway, and the events of the year 2000 that brought them together under the shadow of the Millennium Gate. (VOY episode: "11:59")

The crew of Voyager comes to the rescue of another Federation starship, the USS Equinox - but its beleagured crew hide a secret that may threaten both vessels with destruction. (VOY episode: "Equinox, Part I")

2376

Stardate 53015.1: Captain Janeway vows to track down Captain Rudolph Ransom III after learning how he has surrendered his principles in order to expedite the Equinox's return to the Alpha Quadrant by murdering innocent life forms. (VOY episode: "Equinox, Part II")

2377

Stardate 54315.3: Voyager receives a distress call from an Hirogen training facility, only to find the advanced holograms used as prey in their combat simulations have achieved sentience and intend to wage war against all organic life. (VOY episode: "Flesh and Blood, Part I")

Stardate 54337.5: The Doctor's loyalties to his holographic brethren are tested to the limit as the megalomaniacal tendencies of the rebel holograms' leader, Iden, continue to manifest during the voyage toward a Class Y planet on which they intend to build their own society. (VOY episode: "Flesh and Blood, Part II")

Stardate 54732.3: The Doctor's attempt to write a holonovel, Photons be Free, causes trouble for the crew of Voyager. Even more troubling, however, is the fact that it brings into question the Doctor's rights as a sentient individual. (VOY episode: "Author, Author")

Voyager inside Borg Sphere 634. ("Elite Force II")

Stardate 54973.4: Ten years after Voyager's return to the Alpha Quadrant after 23 years in the Delta Quadrant, Admiral Janeway plots to alter the course of history and bring her starship home via a Borg transwarp hub. After journeying to 2377, she soon comes face-to-face with the Borg Queen as the crew of Voyager commit themselves to the most dangerous mission of their lives - and the greatest opportunity they have ever had of returning home. (VOY episodes: "Endgame")

2378

See Homecoming, The Farther Shore and Spirit Walk

2381

During the Borg Invasion of 2381, Voyager was one of the vessels able to be reallocated to an allied fleet to reinforce the position of the USS Enterprise-E and the USS Aventine at the Azure Nebula. While the Enterprise and Aventine traversed subspace tunnels, hoping to find the Borg launching area, Captain Chakotay and Voyager remained in command of the fleet, overseeing efforts to open other tunnels. However, from an allied fleet of over 300, Voyager was the only ship to survive the Borg invasion force of over 7000 Borg cubes from the subspace tunnel within the nebula, and was able to emit a distress call to Starfleet Command. (ST - Destiny novel: Mere Mortals) While the ship was intact, it had a nacelle sheered from its pylon and was drifting in space. The Voyager crew were attempting to salvage material from the battle site to rebuild the nacelle before joining the USS Enterprise-E and the USS Aventine on their search for the source of the Borg invasion. (ST - Destiny novel: Lost Souls)

After the Borg Invasion of 2381, Voyager was refitted with a Quantum slipstream drive and made the flagship of Project Full Circle. Chakotay resigned after the Borg invasion and the ship was placed under the command of Captain Afsarah Eden. One of the first missions after getting into the Delta Quadrant would be to meet up with B'Elanna and Miral Paris, who had faked their own deaths. (VOY novel: Full Circle)

Mission Logs

2371

2372

2373

2374

2375

2376

2377

2378

2378 - 2381

2381

  • Star Trek: Destiny
  • Unworthy (VOY novel)


Technical Information

Deckplan

The Master Systems Display for the USS Voyager

Deck 1

Deck 2

  • Mess hall
  • Captain's dining room (converted to Galley)

Deck 3

  • Crew quarters
  • Captain's quarters

Deck 4

Deck 5

Deck 6

Seven of Nine in Voyager's brig

Deck 7

Deck 8

Deck 9

Deck 10

  • Shuttle Hangar

Deck 11

Deck 12

Deck 14

  • Stasis chamber

Connections

Intrepid-class cruiser starships
Federation Starfleet
(primary universe)
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Klingon-Cardassian Alliance
(mirror universe)
Voyager Emblem of the Klingon-Cardassian Alliance.

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Up to date as of February 07, 2010

The Star Trek Expanded Universe Database is for fanon and related content. See Memory-Alpha.org for the canon Star Trek wiki.

For the mirror universe counterpart, see the ISS Voyager.

The USS Voyager (NCC-74656) was an Intrepid-class Federation starship, stranded for seven years (2371-2378) in the Delta Quadrant.

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Fan continuities

Star Trek: The Adventures of Argus

Kate Sheridan is believed to be the daughter of Kathryn Janeway, born on Voyager in 2380.

Star Trek: The Cantabrian Expeditions

Drs. Henrik and Samantha Delaney's daughters, Jenny and Megan, were amongst the crew of the USS Voyager when it disappeared in 2371. With the loss of her husband, children and destruction of her work, Samantha Delaney went mad. (Star Trek: The Cantabrian Expeditions: "An Innocent Time", et al)

"Stranger Than Fiction" reality

In an alternate reality visited by Elizabeth Singh in 2373, Voyager had been damaged in 2371, and the USS Cantabrian was sent to the Badlands to track down the Maquis. In this reality, the Cantabrian was lost, presumed destroyed.
In 2373 in this reality, the Voyager, still under the command of a married Kathryn Janeway, ferried that reality's Scott Fack to the co-ordinates of a Myhr'an super battle cruiser. That reality's Dakota Caldwell served as a Voyager crew member, and he, Fack and Singh transfered to the Myhr'an super battle cruiser in an attempt to stop the M'Tar from conquering the Federation. Making the ultimate sacrifice in battle, Janeway piloted Voyager on a collision course with the Myhr'an super battle cruiser, destroying Voyager and seriously crippling the Myhr'an ship. (Star Trek: The Cantabrian Expeditions: "Stranger Than Fiction")

Star Trek: Prometheus

By 2379 Voyager crewman Celes Tal had been assigned to the USS Prometheus engineering department where she developed a tutr/mentor relationship with Master chief petty officer Joshua "Chief" Gunn. When the starship Venture, under the command of Captain Casein Finnegan, went rogue Voyager was assigned (along with the Intrepid and Bellerephon) to assist the Prometheus in the search. (Star Trek: Prometheus: "Shadow Agent")

Star Trek: Dragon

Less than a month prior to Voyager's return, an accidental duplicate returned through an unstable Transwarp conduit, where it began its journey to Earth with the USS Dragon. However, due to the duplication process, the ship and crew began to phase out of existence. The Dragon crew was forced to send her back through the conduit to re-merge with the other Voyager.

After Voyager's return, Ensign Tal Celes transferred to the Dragon-B where she served until her death six months later. Following Janeway's promotion to Admiral, Voyager began to serve in the fleet once again, eventually playing key roles in the Kiklar war and later the attempted foothold by the Mirror Universe. Her armor technology and transphasic torpedoes were pivotal in defeating the Kiklar.

Star Trek: Phoenix-X

In an alternate timeline of the year 2377, the USS Voyager returned to the Alpha Quadrant with help from the USS Phoenix-X (NCC-75948). Unfortunately, the end results proved discomforting for the Phoenix-X, and they were forced to go back to the original timeline to fix things. (Star Trek: Phoenix-X: "Phoenix Restoration")

Star Trek: Pioneer (PNR)

By the year 2387 the USS Voyager was still in service and participated in the Battle of Beta Frontier where it sustained heavy damage. It remained at Beta Frontier station where it was repaired and upgraded. (Star Trek: Pioneer (PNR): "Destiny Of Freedom, Part 2")

In an alternate timeline the Voyager participated in the Battle of Andor in 2401 under command of B'Elanna Torres. The vessel was part of "Intrepid-group" and focused its attack on the 29th century lead warship. Unfortunately Voyager was incinerated by a spread of transphasic torpedoes. (Star Trek: Pioneer (PNR): "Destiny of Freedom, Part 1")

Star Trek: Unity

USS Odyssey-A CO Lewis was born on Voyager in 2371.

Harry Potter and the Return of James T. Kirk

Fufilling the alternate-timeline Admiral Kathryn Janeway's words about its fate in the alternate timeline mentioned in Endgame, Voyager became a museum shortly after its return home. ("The Alliance")

However, Voyager was pressed into service as part of a combined Federation/Klingon/Romulan/Dominion Remnant fleet which engaged the Suliban at Sagittarius IX. ("The Ultimate Battle")

Shortly after the battle at Sagittarius IX, Voyager served as "Federation One" (Presidential transport craft) in transporting Federation President Nanietta Bacco to Deep Space 9. ("Honours and Rememberances")

Star Trek: Omega Force

Lieutenant Junior Grade Irina Nielsen's first assignment following her graduation from Starfleet Academy was as Beta shift Flight controller aboard the Voyager. ("Destiny at Magor")

Star Trek: Voyager - Dark Realm

Lieutenant Junior Grade Henry Kano was assigned to Voyager as the OIC of the Search and Rescue Detachment seconded from the 172nd Search and Rescue Squadron. During his tenure abourd Voyager he was part of an away mission that went terribly while awry investigating a spatial rift. Together with Celes Tal, Kenneth Dalby, William Telfer, and Tom Paris - he was instrumental in preventing the Heartless from overrunning our galaxy.



Intrepid class starships
Canon: Bellerophon - Intrepid - Voyager
Other notable ships: Adventurer - Arcadia - Archer - Balaclava - Dauntless (I) - Dauntless (II) - Dauntless (III) - Dessalaines - Destiny - Devonshire - Exeter - Gallant (I) - Magellan - Pathfinder - Sarajevo - Shiloh - Vortex - Voyeur - Westphalen
Last Unicorn Games: Audacious - Goliath - Nelson - Theseus - Trailblazer - Trier - Vor'kann - Decipher: Blackhorne - Gallant (II) - Nelson - Vanguard - Zealous
Starfleet International: Pioneer-D - Shiloh - Thermopylae - Tiger - Transcendence
Mirror universe: ISS Voyager


Starships named Voyager
USS Voyager (Daedalus class) - USS Voyager (NCC-676) - USS Voyager (NCC-74656)


External link

USS Voyager article at Memory Alpha, the canon Star Trek wiki.


This article uses material from the "USS Voyager (NCC-74656)" article on the ST Expanded wiki at Wikia and is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike License.

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