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List of unnamed Bajoran vessels.

Assault vessels

Three assault vessels docking

These three assault vessels docked at Deep Space 9 in 2370, during the temporary siege of the station by the Alliance for Global Unity, also known as The Circle. (DS9: "The Circle", "The Siege")

In addition to being called "assault vessels" and "assault ships" in the dialogue, the script notes mention term "Bajoran raiders" as well.


These two Cardassian freighters were part of Convoy 6 during a convoy mission to Pentath III in 2372. Both ships were among the five that were escorted by the USS Defiant and engaged by a Klingon K't'inga-class battle cruiser and a Klingon Bird-of-Prey; an engagement which eventually set the stage for the apparent, and inadvertent destruction of a Klingon civilian transport ship. (DS9: "Rules of Engagement")

Impulse ships

In 2375, these vessels were among the twelve impulse ships utilized in the Bajoran blockade of Derna against the Romulans, lead by Colonel Kira. (DS9: "Shadows and Symbols")

Scout ship

Transport 1


This transport was frequently docked at Deep Space 9 during the 2370s. (Star Trek: Deep Space Nine)

This vessel seen during the DS9 opening credits in seasons 4-7.

Transport 2

Bajoran transport

This transport was frequently docked at Deep Space 9 during the 2370s.

It was docked at the station in 2372 around the time the Klingons were placing cloaked mines on the edge of Bajoran space. (DS9: "Sons of Mogh")

In alternate 2373, this transport docked at Deep Space 9 after the space station's civilian population began leaving en mass, following the recommendation of voluntary resettlement, a year after Benjamin Sisko was pulled into subspace. As the ship was being loading, Odo explained to the oncoming passengers that "there are plenty of seats on the transport, and there's another one leaving in just two hours." (DS9: "The Visitor")

According to the script notes, there was "Unusual activity evident, with transports and runabouts arriving and departing."

This transport was later docked Deep Space 9 in 2374 during Grand Nagus Zek's visit that year. (DS9: "Profit and Lace")

Transport 3

Two Bajoran transports

In alternate 2374, these two transports were seen departing Deep Space 9 after the situation with the Klingons came to a head, and the Federation turned over control of the station to the Klingon Empire. They were viewed by Jake Sisko from the USS Rio Grande as it departed the station for Earth. (DS9: "The Visitor")

Transport 4

Transport docked at DS9

This transport was occasionally docked at Deep Space 9 during the 2370s.

The arrival of passengers from this transport were observed by Jake Sisko as he was gathering "character sketches for possible stories" in late 2372. Among the transport's passengers, as described by Sisko, were a Bolian who "tries to impress a dabo girl by wearing a toupee;" A thief who "disguises himself as a monk so he can swindle a Ferengi;" "A woman traveling alone. She's come a long way." In addition to those people, the transport also carried Runepp‎, a Rasiinian‎ ambassador. (DS9: "The Muse")

According to the script notes, it was stated that "a Bajoran transport pulls up to the station; another vessel can be seen moving in the background."
The script also describes the transport's passengers as "The mix should represent a variety of Starfleet officers, Bajorans and aliens, and most of them seem to be here on business of some kind. We see Bajoran dignitaries being greeted by Bajoran officers in uniform, Vedeks being greeted by fellow Vedeks, etc."

In 2373, it delivered several Bajoran ministers and vedeks to Deep Space 9 in 2373 for the signing ceremony for Bajor to join the Federation. (DS9: "Rapture")

This shot was not presented in the script, however, in another point in the script (that was not presented on screen) it was stated: "Re-establishing. (Preferably a shot with ships coming to the station)."

Transport 5

Transport vessel

This transport delivered Tekeny Ghemor to Deep Space 9 in 2373. (DS9: "Ties of Blood and Water")

According to the script this vessel was described as "an alien transport ship."

Transport 6

Three shuttles sent to evacuate all Bajorans from DS9

These transports were used in the end of 2373 to shuttle all civilian Bajoran evacuees from Deep Space 9 prior to the first engagement of the Dominion War.

Following the wedding of Rom and Leeta, Rom made sure his new wife was ushered off to Bajor for her own safety. He then asked his son, "Nog, are Leeta's bags packed?" Nog acknowledged, saying "They're already on the shuttle." When she initially refused, Rom told her he couldn't go because of his responsibilities to the station, before ultimately telling her "get on that shuttle and don't look back," before telling Nog to her to the docking ring.

As the Dominion fleet approached DS9 – specifically, being within weapons range in twenty minutesBenjamin Sisko inquired "if all the Bajorans were off the station?" With Nog acknowledging that at that time, "the last transport just left." (DS9: "Call to Arms")

Transport 7


This transport delivered Kai Winn Adami and her accompanying Vedeks to DS9 near the end of 2373. (DS9: "In the Cards")

According to the script this vessel was described as a "Bajoran transport."

The following year it served as the "morning transport" on which Benjamin Sisko intended to send the Reckoning Tablet back to Bajor aboard; Kai Winn intended to return with the artifact. Following the destruction of the tablet, and prior to the transport's departure, Kira Nerys informed Odo that she had to "take the Kai to her shuttle," for her return to Bajor. (DS9: "The Reckoning")

Transport 8


This transport was scheduled to deliver Miles O'Brien back to Deep Space 9 from the Sappora system in 2375. He was not on board as expected. (DS9: "Prodigal Daughter")

This ship was given a nondescript reference in the script as "a transport".


Two vessels docks

These two transports visited Deep Space 9 in mid-2370. (DS9: "The Alternate")

These ships were not referenced in the episode or in the episode's script, which simply notes an exterior shot of the station adding "Time passage."
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