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The following is a list of unnamed Federation starships in service during the 24th century.

By assignmentEdit

Chakotay's first assignment Edit

This starship was the first assignment of Chakotay's out of the Academy. During his tenure aboard, the ship was assigned to make first contact with the Tarkannans. Chakotay envied the role so much that he pestered the Captain into letting him be part of the diplomatic team. (VOY: "Innocence")

This ship was only mentioned in dialogue.
According to the script, in an ultimately unused line, this vessel was identified as the Providence.

Kim's deep space assignment Edit

In an alternate timeline, this deep space vessel was assigned to exploration in the region of space directed toward the Delta Quadrant.

Following Chakotay and Harry Kim's successfully returned to Earth in 2375, aboard the Delta Flyer, and at the cost of the loss of USS Voyager, Kim experienced incredible survivor guilt. He signed onto this, the first deep space vessel he could find, in order to locate Voyager. According to Kim, "We tried to calculate where Voyager might have fallen out of the slipstream." They searched for four years, and according to Kim, "We were close, I could feel it!", but Starfleet Command had other ideas, and called off the search in 2381, citing a "low probability of success," forcing Kim to ultimately resign Starfleet and pursue his own search. (VOY: "Timeless")

Hanson's starship Edit

Admiral J.P. Hanson commanded a starship before and during the Battle of Wolf 359. From this starship, he coordinated the mobilization of a armada for engaging Locutus' cube. Later, he transmitted a message to the USS Enterprise-D informing them the battle was not going well and that he was ordering for the fleet to withdraw and regroup at a rendezvous point. Before the location was revealed, the transmission ended abruptly. (TNG: "The Best of Both Worlds, Part II")

According to the script for this episode, Hanson's ship was a Galaxy-class starship. He was seen in the ship's ready room and battle bridge. It is stated in the script that the ship was in battle when the final transmission was sent to the Enterprise-D. [1]

Hayes' starship Edit

Admiral Hayes commanded a starship sometime before the Battle of Sector 001 in 2373. During the battle, this ship commanded the Federation fleet until its destruction. (Star Trek: First Contact)

Picard's starship Edit

This starship was commanded by Captain Jean-Luc Picard in the 2360s. His ship responded to a distress call from colonists in the Carnelian minefield. (TNG: "Legacy")

Ross' flagship Edit

Ross' flagship bridge

Ross on his flagship

This starship was the flagship commanded by Admiral Ross as he led the Federation part of the allied fleet in the Battle of Cardassia from this ship. (DS9: "What You Leave Behind")

No other information regarding Ross' flagship was indicated onscreen or noted in the episode's script other than at one point it is noted, while Ross is on the viewscreen, that "his ship is taking a pounding as well." In the novelization, Ross is aboard the Farragut.

By mission Edit

Angel I visit Edit

This unnamed Federation ship visited the planet Angel I in 2302. (TNG: "Angel One")

Torona IV diplomatic mission Edit

This starship visited Torona IV in 2344 with a mission of opening diplomatic talks with the Jarada. The ship's captain failed in his pronunciation of the greeting thus ending diplomatic talks between the Jarada and the Federation for twenty years. The record tapes of this encounter were viewed by the USS Enterprise-D crew in 2364 as they prepared for their attempt in opening diplomatic relations with the Jarada. (TNG: "The Big Goodbye")

Klavdia III charter mission Edit

In 2349, this unnamed Federation ship took Salia and Anya, following the death of Salia's parents, from their homeworld of Daled IV to Klavdia III so that Salia could be raised in a neutral environment.

It was the mission of the USS Enterprise-D to return the two back to Daled IV, from Klavdia III, in 2365. (TNG: "The Dauphin")

Carnelian minefield starship Edit

This starship was Natasha Yar's assignment before her transfer to the USS Enterprise-D in 2364. The ship responded to a distress call from colonists in the Carnelian minefield. The ship's captain owed a favor to Jean-Luc Picard. (TNG: "Legacy")

This starship was only mentioned in dialogue.

Starbase 74 ships Edit

These two starships were docked, along with the USS Melbourne, at Starbase 74 when the Bynars commandeered the USS Enterprise-D. (TNG: "11001001")

These starships were only mentioned in dialogue.

Starfleet Medical courier Edit

A Starfleet Medical courier was to rendezvous with the USS Enterprise-D at Star Station India in 2365. Starfleet Command viewed this mission as very important. (TNG: "Unnatural Selection")

Bergan's mother's ship Edit

This starship was scheduled for a rendezvous with the USS Melbourne at Wolf 359. The ship received a warning from Starfleet about the Borg attacking the sector; however, the message was received too late for the ship to turn around. During the Battle of Wolf 359, the ship was severly damaged, with individuals escaping in escape pods. At least one of these individuals, the mother of Melbourne officer Gregory Bergan was assimilated by the Borg. (VOY: "Infinite Regress")

Sisko's transport to Deep Space 9 Edit

An unnamed starship took Benjamin Sisko and his son Jake to Deep Space 9 in 2369 while commanded by a captain. The starship featured a holodeck and an observation window where the pair viewed Deep Space 9 for the first time. (DS9: "Emissary")

An ultimately unused line of dialogue from the second draft script of "Accession" would have established that the ship which Benjamin and Jake Sisko arrive at DS9 was an Excelsior-class vessel.

Battle of Sector 001 combatant Edit

Akira and Millennium Falcon

Cylindrical ship at the Battle of Sector 001

This unnamed cylindrical ship fought against the Borg in the Battle of Sector 001 in 2373. (Star Trek: First Contact)

This is a CGI version of the Millennium Falcon, introduced into this scene by Industrial Light & Magic effects artist John Knoll. It can be seen at 0:09:46 in the movie.

Three-nacelled Excelsior refit variant Edit

This unnamed Federation starship was involved in the Dominion War in 2374. (DS9 Season 6)

This ship was a rough-build combination of an Excelsior-refit class parts with two nacelles attached like on normal Excelsior-class ships, and a third connected at the bottom of the saucer with a Constitution-class nacelled pylon. No name or registry was assigned to this model. The only data about this model comes from the Star Trek: Deep Space Nine Technical Manual, though the picture shown in the manual is incorrect.

Two-nacelled Constitution refit variantEdit

This unnamed Federation starship was involved in the Dominion War in 2374. (DS9 Season 6)

This ship was a rough-build combination of Star Trek movies-era Enterprise parts with two nacelles attached at the bottom of the saucer connector. No name or registry was assigned to this model. The only data about this model comes from the Star Trek: Deep Space Nine Technical Manual.

Deep space vessels Edit

In 2377, two deep space vessels were redirected toward the position of USS Voyager. A rendezvous of the three ships was expected sometime in 2382 or 2383. Admiral Hayes mentioned these ships in a message sent to the Voyager. (VOY: "Life Line")

Epsilon IX starships Edit

Keith Rocha's log 3

Portion of Rocha's log mentioning these ships

According to Keith Rocha's personal logs, at least half a dozen starships were in the vicinity of Epsilon IX station. He speculated that it might be due to some big science project. (TNG: "Aquiel")