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USS Curry type

The USS Curry

The type of starship, known by the USS Curry, was in service during the late 24th century, and combined design elements from both the Excelsior-class and Constitution-class starships. (DS9 episode: "A Time to Stand")

A similar-looking design (seen below), the Raging Queen, was also seen in the same episode, but their were some differences compared to the Curry. Some unlicensed sources, such as Last Unicorn Games' Ship Recognition Manual, Volume 1: The Ships of Starfleet and The Dominion War Sourcebook: The Fires of Armageddon, refers to it as a Curry-class vessel, but that designation has yet to appear in a licensed source. The sourcebooks also lists several additional Curry-class vessels, including: the USS Drexler (NCC-45618), the USS Sternbach (NCC-45619), the USS Harryhausen (NCC-72846), and the USS Simms (NCC-73048).
Some fan sources also refer to it as the Shelley-class.

External link

  • Ex Astris Scientia, a comparison of the Raging Queen and Curry type models.

USS Pleiades type

The USS Pleiades

This type of small starship, known by at least one vessel, the USS Pleiades, was in operation in the 2360s or 2370s. The class featured a long round hull, which was bisected about a third from the aft of the vessel by the vessel's circular warp nacelles. The class appeared to have two decks, with a cockpit and aft compartment on the upper-deck. The class was capable of making terrestrial landings. (ST calendar: Ships of the Line 2008)

The Pleiades was a new class introduced in the Ships of the Line calendar. The designer Mark Rademaker describes it as a New Atlantic-class runabout. Additional images of the class by Rademaker show its modular characteristics: the lower section of the ship is a large module, additionally smaller side modules can be fitted to that, as well as two small module slots on the top of the ship.[1]

Raging Queen type

The type of medium cruiser starship, known by the Raging Queen, was in service during the 24th century. Vessels of this class were constructed at the ASDB Integration Facility at the Utopia Planitia Fleet Yards orbiting Mars. (DS9 reference: Star Trek: Deep Space Nine Technical Manual)

The technical information on this class comes from the Star Trek: Deep Space Nine Technical Manual, however the class wasn't named in that source, just referring to it as a Excelsior-class/Constitution-class variant. The side-view schematic included in the manual corresponds to a kitbash vessel (the Raging Queen) which appeared on screen in the DS9 episode: "A Time to Stand".
A similar-looking design, the USS Curry, was also seen in the same episode, but their were some differences compared to the Raging Queen. Some unlicensed sources, such as Last Unicorn Games' Ship Recognition Manual, Volume 1: The Ships of Starfleet, refers to it as a Curry-class vessel, but that designation has yet to appear in a licensed source. Some fan sources also refer to it as the Shelley-class.

External link

  • Ex Astris Scientia, a comparison of the Raging Queen and Curry type models.

USS Spirit type

The USS Spirit

This type of starship, known by the vessel USS Spirit, was in service in the late-24th century or later, and made use of quantum slipstream drive propulsion technology, in addition warp engines. The class was relatively small, approximately four decks high, and featured a tapered streamline hull with small wings near the front of the vessel and tailfin at the rear. The ship's warp nacelles were suspended on pylons extending out and down from the top of the rear of the vessel. (ST calendar: Ships of the Line 2009)

The Spirit was introduced in the Ships of the Line calendar. The designer Mark Rademaker suggests it is a member of the Spirit-class. [2][3]

By class likeness

Constitution-class variant

This type of light cruiser starship was in service to Starfleet during the late 24th century, and bore a resemblance to the Saladin-class and Hermes-class destroyer/scouts that were in service in the 23rd century.

Ships of this type were constructed at the ASDB Integration Facility at McKinley Orbital Spacedock, Earth. (DS9 reference: Star Trek: Deep Space Nine Technical Manual)

Excelsior-class variant

This type of medium cruiser starship was in service to Starfleet during the late 24th century, and used many design elements from the Excelsior-class.

Ships of this type were constructed at the ASDB Integration Facility at Utopia Planitia Fleet Yards, Mars. (DS9 reference: Star Trek: Deep Space Nine Technical Manual)

Appendices

Starship classes of the United Federation of Planets
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