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List of unnamed Federation shuttles.

By type Edit

By year Edit

Royal Children's Hospital Edit

Ambulance Edit

Cross

Ambulance

This shuttle-like craft, marked with a red cross-like symbol, was parked outside the Royal Children's Hospital in London in 2258 of the alternate reality. (Star Trek Into Darkness)

Starbase 112 Edit

Brevelle's stolen shuttle Edit

This shuttle was stolen by Anthony Brevelle to get to Tarchannen III. The shuttle was piloted successfully to the planet's surface, where it was later spotted by the sensors of the Enterprise-D. (TNG: "Identity Crisis")

This shuttle was only mentioned in dialogue.

Starfleet Headquarters Edit

Landed shuttlecraft Edit

Starfleet Headquarters shuttle, 2259

A shuttle at Starfleet Headquarters

This shuttle was on a landing pad at Starfleet Headquarters in 2259 of the alternate reality. (Star Trek Into Darkness)

Ngomo's offer of assistance Edit

Following the loss of Commander Benjamin Sisko, and Lieutenants Jadzia Dax and Julian Bashir to an apparent transporter accident while beaming down to Earth from the USS Defiant, Major Kira Nerys advised against Admiral Ngomo's offer to send help up to the ship until they knew the cause of the accident, adding, "If they want to come up by shuttle, that's fine." (DS9: "Past Tense, Part I")

This shuttle was only mentioned in dialogue.

USS Billings Edit

Janeway's shuttle Edit

In 2365 Commander Kathryn Janeway sent an away mission to survey a volcanic moon. The shuttle was damaged by a magma eruption, and three of the Billings' crew were severely injured. The next day, out of remorse, Janeway returned to the moon to complete the mission herself. (VOY: "Night")

This shuttle was only mentioned in dialogue.

USS Centaur Edit

Kamar's shuttle Edit

Garak, who following he and Nog's capture by the Jem'Hadar, attempted to explain to the Vorta Keevan that his name was "Kamar" and that he had been captured by the USS Centaur a week ago, and was being "held aboard one of their shuttles," but was interrupted by the Vorta, who pointed out that Garak was wearing a Starfleet combadge. (DS9: "Rocks and Shoals")

Though clearly a lie, Garak's reference would have clearly been based on factual information, such that Centaur was a real ship and very likely carried shuttles aboard.

USS Enterprise Edit

Enterprise shuttlecraft 1 Edit

In 2269, when an investigating landing party was cut off from the USS Enterprise by an electronic block created by the master computer of the Shore Leave Planet, this shuttle was boarded by an emergency rescue party. The shuttle was prevented from leaving by a short in the circuits controlling the hangar doors. (TAS: "Once Upon a Planet")

This shuttlecraft was only mentioned in dialogue.

Enterprise shuttlecraft 2 Edit

Enterprise shuttle, 2269

A shuttle aboard the Enterprise

This shuttle was in the shuttlebay of the USS Enterprise in 2269. (TAS: "Mudd's Passion")

USS Enterprise-D Edit

McCoy's transport shuttle Edit

In early 2364, Data piloted this USS Enterprise-D shuttle, carrying Admiral Leonard McCoy, to the USS Hood. (TNG: "Encounter at Farpoint")

This shuttle was only mentioned in dialogue.

Picard's transport shuttle Edit

In late 2364, this shuttle transported Jean-Luc Picard to an emergency conference at Starbase 718 and brought him back to the Enterprise-D. (TNG: "The Neutral Zone")

This shuttle was only mentioned in dialogue.

Riker's transport shuttle Edit

In 2366, this shuttle returned William Riker to the Enterprise-D after his personal leave had ended. (TNG: "The Offspring")

This shuttle was only mentioned in dialogue.

Troi's transport shuttle Edit

In 2370, this shuttle returned Deanna Troi to the Enterprise after her class reunion at Starbase 231. (TNG: "Thine Own Self")

This shuttle was only mentioned in dialogue.

USS Stargazer Edit

Escape shuttles Edit

A number of shuttlecraft from the USS Stargazer were used by the crew to escape from the mortally wounded starship. The shuttlecraft were used as life boats, traveling for weeks through deep space before being picked up by a passing Federation starship. (TNG: "The Battle")

These shuttles were only mentioned in dialogue.

USS Voyager Edit

Tuvok and Chakotay's shuttlecraft Edit

This USS Voyager shuttlecraft was piloted by Commander Chakotay and Lieutenant Tuvok on a trade mission with the Ilidarians in 2371. On their return trip to Voyager, the shuttle was attacked by the Komar‎ and was badly damaged, suffering multiple hull fractures. With Chakotay and Tuvok unconscious, it returned to Voyager under autopilot. (VOY: "Cathexis")

This shuttle was only mentioned in dialogue.
Although Chakotay was the ranking officer, this craft was identified onscreen initially as "Tuvok's shuttlecraft" and later "Tuvok and Chakotay's shuttlecraft".

Chakotay's and Paris' shuttle(s) Edit

This shuttlecraft was was taken by an away team led by Chakotay to the surface of the symbiogenetic alien orchid homeworld to collect fresh samples of the native orchid for further study, after the transporters were deemed unsafe, following the creation of Tuvix. Chakotay later returned with a few samples on the shuttle that Kes ran a biochemical analysis on.

A second shuttle trip was taken to the surface by Tom Paris and B'Elanna Torres at 06:00 the following day. Together they brought several flowers from Voyager's airponics bay, that were used along with the medical transporter, in an attempt to reverse the symbiogenesis process that created Tuvix. (VOY: "Tuvix")

This shuttle was only mentioned in dialogue.
For the sake of simplicity, this article assumes that the same shuttle was used in both instances for this reference.

Tuvok and The Doctor's shuttle Edit

This shuttle was piloted by Tuvok and The Doctor to the planetary location where the Sacajawea had crashed-landed. (VOY: "Coda")

This shuttle was only mentioned in dialogue.

Neelix' shuttle Edit

This shuttle was piloted by Neelix' as the crew of Voyager provided supplies for the Borg Cooperative. It was joined by a shuttle piloted by Chakotay and B'Elanna Torres.

After Chakotay was coerced by his mind link with the Cooperative to head towards the nearby derelict Borg cube, Voyager was forced to pursue, leaving Janeway to report to Neelix that they would rendezvous with his shuttle later. (VOY: "Unity")

This shuttle was only mentioned in dialogue.

Paris and the others' shuttles Edit

These shuttles, one piloted by Tom Paris, with a second piloted by "the others," joined the Tuvok-piloted Sacajawea with transporting rescue teams down to the Nezu colony planet in 2373 in order to locate Doctor Vatm.

Following the crash of the Sacajawea and the subsequent discovery of Doctor Vatm, Tuvok inquired if he had "seen any other vessels like ours", which Vatm had not. Meanwhile, on Voyager, Chakotay notified "Lieutenant Paris and the others," of Tuvok's shuttle having gone down. Paris proceeded to perform three low altitude survey's, but found no sign of Vatm or the downed shuttle. Janeway relayed that they were monitoring a major dust storm heading their way, and suggested he should "head due north within the hour." (VOY: "Rise")

These shuttles were only mentioned in dialogue.

Chakotay's shuttle Edit

Chakotay holding shuttle debris

Chakotay holding debris from his shuttle

Chakotay's shuttle's projected course

Projected course of where his shuttle landed

This shuttle was piloted by Chakotay during a survey mission. During the mission, he picked up traces of omicron radiation in the atmosphere of a planet populated by the Kradin and Vori. As the shuttle slowed down it came under attack, Chakotay lost helm control and had to make an emergency transport to the planet's surface.

According to the Vori that he later encountered, Brone, Chakotay's shuttle had strayed into the war between the two species on the planet. Though Chakotay explained that he tried to explain that he had no hostile intentions, his attackers kept shooting. Brone explained that the Kradin maintained air supremacy over their enemy, and would fire on anything that didn't display Kradin colors.

He further explained how one of his defenders had observed the shuttle falling into Grove Yellow. Chakotay, nevertheless, wished to seek out his shuttle, hoping that it was perhaps salvageable, a desire Brone thought to be unlikely. The following morning, Chakotay found a piece of debris from his shuttle, observing the obvious... "it doesn't look like there's much left of my shuttle."

Two days later, USS Voyager finally found the same planet and located what was left of Chakotay's shuttle. Unknown whether Chakotay survived the crash or not, a preliminary analysis of the shuttle wreckage found no evidence of cellular residue, indicating that there was a chance he had survived the crash. (VOY: "Nemesis")

This unidentified shuttle appeared on screen as only a small piece of debris.

Kim and Ballard's shuttle Edit

This shuttle was piloted by Harry Kim and Lyndsay Ballard to a class M planet in the Vyntadi Expanse to collect some dilithium ore that was previously detected.

After the shuttle landed, they realized it was a trap set by a Hirogen hunting party, so Harry and Ballard headed back, only to have Ballard shot by a neural disruptor when she was ten feet from their shuttle. (VOY: "Ashes to Ashes")

This shuttle was only mentioned in dialogue.

Janeway and Seven's shuttle Edit

This shuttlecraft was modified to specifications given by Captain Kathryn Janeway following the issuance of the Omega Directive.

Tom Paris was initially told to modify a shuttlecraft to withstand extreme thermal stress of at least 12,000 Kelvin. B'Elanna Torres also worked to reinforce the shuttle's hull, with Harry Kim later joining her. After completing the modifications and collection of necessary resources for their mission, Janeway and Seven of Nine were to leave at 06:00 the following morning.

She further instructed Chakotay that the shuttle mission was going to end one of two ways: "Either Seven and I will succeed on our mission, and return within a few days, or your long range sensors will detect a large explosion in subspace. If that occurs, you'll have less than ten seconds to jump to warp and get the hell out of here. Head for the Alpha Quadrant and don't look back, understood?"

After some convincing, however, Chakotay was able to allow the Janeway to allow the crew to help and use Voyager for the mission instead. (VOY: "The Omega Directive")

This shuttle was only mentioned in dialogue.

Seven's shuttle Edit

This shuttle was "stolen" by Seven after she made her decision to join the Think Tank at their vessel. (VOY: "Think Tank")

This shuttle was only mentioned in dialogue.

Rescue shuttle Edit

This shuttle was being prepared to search for the missing Delta Flyer when Voyager was contacted by Nocona. (VOY: "Homestead")

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