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The following is a list of unnamed Klingon starships.

By commanderEdit

By classEdit

By unnamed classEdit

Attack cruisers Edit

In 2374, during the Dominion War, General Martok sent three attack cruisers to fortify the Dorala system's defense perimeter. (DS9: "The Reckoning")

These attack cruisers were only mentioned in dialogue.

Battle cruiser Edit

This battle cruiser engaged Dukat's Bird-of-Prey in mid-2373.

Following the "little skirmish", the ship was damaged, so Dukat came to Deep Space 9 for repairs, and to spend some time with his daughter, Tora Ziyal. (DS9: "In Purgatory's Shadow")

This battle cruiser was only mentioned in dialogue.

Battle cruisers Edit

These three battle cruisers engaged the USS Excelsior, firing several photon torpedoes at it, following its escape from the Azure Nebula in 2293. (VOY: "Flashback")

These battle cruisers were only mentioned in dialogue.

Bstlh Edit

Bstlh at binaries

Klingon starship with cylindrical design

This class was a type of vessel used by the Klingon Empire during the mid-23rd century.

Several ships of this class fought in the Battle of the Binary Stars in 2256. (DIS: "Battle at the Binary Stars")

Eaglemoss BSTLH Class

Bstlh-class

According to Eaglemoss Collections' Star Trek: Discovery The Official Starships Collection, the class name of this vessel was Bstlh.


Croden's rescue ship Edit

While visiting the Gamma Quadrant, this starship rescued a damaged Rakhari shuttlecraft three light years from the Bajoran wormhole. The ship eventually returned its passenger, Croden, with them to Deep Space 9 in 2369. (DS9: "Vortex")

This starship was only mentioned in dialogue.

Cruiser Edit

In 2365, this cruiser passed near the Theta 116 solar system, where it reported discovering pieces of a strange vessel in the upper atmosphere of the planet Theta VIII. In response, the Enterprise-D diverted from its course to investigate. (TNG: "The Royale")

This cruiser was only mentioned in dialogue.

Daniels' database ships Edit

According to Malcolm Reed, upon viewing Daniels' database in 2152, he noted to Archer that it contained "schematics on half a dozen different Klingon ships." Archer then reminded him that they were there only for data on the Suliban stealth cruiser. (ENT: "Shockwave")

These half a dozen different ships were only mentioned in dialogue.

Daspu Edit

Daspu at binaries

Klingon starship with cylindrical design

This class was a type of vessel used by the Klingon Empire during the mid-23rd century.

Several ships of this class fought in the Battle of the Binary Stars in 2256. (DIS: "Battle at the Binary Stars")

Eaglemoss DASPU Class

Daspu

According to Eaglemoss Collections' Star Trek: Discovery The Official Starships Collection, the class name of this class was Daspu.


Freighter 1 Edit

This freighter was docked at Deep Space 9 in 2369.

Jake Sisko and Nog offered the visiting Bajoran Tetrarch Varis Sul a tour of the space station, adding that they knew the freighter was "leaving for the Gamma Quadrant in a little while," adding, "We could watch it go through the wormhole." Sul was keen on the idea, as she had never seen the wormhole before. (DS9: "The Storyteller")

This Klingon freighter was only mentioned in dialogue.

Freighter 2 Edit

In 2370, this freighter, located two light years from the Demilitarized Zone, responded to a general transmission from Deep Space 9. It had identified the warp signature of a Galador freighter – operated by Maquis – that was responsible for the kidnapping of Gul Dukat. (DS9: "The Maquis, Part I")

This freighter was only mentioned in dialogue.

Freighter 3 Edit

In 2371, this freighter docked at DS9 for repairs after its main computer was damaged and needed a complete two-day overhaul before they could return to the Klingon Empire.

It was, however, later discovered that the ship and her three crewmembers – Bo'rak, Atul and Morka – were actually part of a Klingon Intelligence covert strike force that reported directly to the Klingon High Council. (DS9: "Visionary")

This freighter was only mentioned in dialogue.

Mow'ga's fleet Edit

Sometime during the Second Empire, Chancellor Mow'ga sent a fleet of ships to conquer the Breen homeworld. They were never heard from again.

Worf related this story to Ezri Dax in 2375 to convince her that the Breen were formidable foes. (DS9: "'Til Death Do Us Part ")

This fleet was only mentioned in dialogue.

Patrol ship Edit

In 2369, this patrol ship under the command of Governor Torak intercepted the Verne. This Type 6 shuttlecraft, piloted by Lieutenant junior grade Aquiel Uhnari, was on a course for Sector 2520. Torak later said it was lucky for Uhnari that the patrol ship had not destroyed her shuttle on sight. (TNG: "Aquiel")

This patrol ship was only mentioned in dialogue.

Scout ship Edit

In 2369, this scout ship visited Deep Space 9, where it was placed at docking bay 11. The presence of the ship, and her crew, had Odo on edge.

Following her departure Benjamin Sisko looked forward to telling Odo the news so that the security chief could relax. (DS9: "Q-Less")

This scout ship was only mentioned in dialogue.

Ship Edit

The crewmembers of this ship were subjected to an Organian test sometime prior to 2155 that ultimately had their commander destroyed his shuttle crew. (ENT: "Observer Effect")

This ship was only mentioned in dialogue.

Ship Edit

This ship visited Deep Space 9 around 2370 before traveling through the Bajoran wormhole.

The captain of this particular ship sold to Quark holosuite programs of old Klingon battles, including the Battle of Klach D'kel Brakt. After explaining to Odo how he obtained said program, he added, "I know, I know. It's brutal, it's violent, it's bloody, but to the Klingons, it's entertainment." (DS9: "Blood Oath")

This ship was only mentioned in dialogue.

Vessel Edit

This vessel successfully entered the Delphic Expanse in 2133, however, when it reemerged its entire crew was anatomically inverted, but still alive.

Knowledge of this event was known to the Vulcans and was later shared by Soval with Captain Jonathan Archer in 2153 as a means of dissuading them from going into the Expanse to search for the Xindi. (ENT: "The Expanse")

This vessel was only mentioned in dialogue.

Vessels Edit

In 2286, these two vessels were reported by Admiral Cartwright as being "lost" after making contact with the Whale Probe. This after mentioning that the Probe's "signal is damaging everything in its path." (Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home)

These ships were only mentioned in dialogue.

Warship Edit

According to a 2154 Starfleet Intelligence report, this warship was spotted near the Proxima colony following the augment's destruction of a Klingon Bird-of-Prey. According to Jonathan Archer, "Admiral Forrest thinks they could be conducting reconnaissance for a future strike." (ENT: "Borderland")

This warship was only mentioned in dialogue.

Warships Edit

These warships were an unexpected surprise encountered by a Romulan squadron's attack on a Klingon outpost that Commander Toreth participated in.

According to Toreth, "We'd been told that the Klingon outpost was undefended. So when their warships decloaked, they took us completely by surprise. The Klingons managed to destroyed half my squadron before we even opened fire. But when we did, ha! they were no match for us. I destroyed their flagship myself. I received the Sotarek Citation for my actions that day." (TNG: "Face of the Enemy")

These warships were only mentioned in dialogue.

Warships 2 Edit

Prior to the Federation's engagement at Wolf 359, Starfleet Admiral J.P. Hanson informed Captain Jean-Luc Picard that "the Klingons are sending warships", and that the Federation was even considering opening dialogue with the Romulans for their help. (TNG: "The Best of Both Worlds")

These warships were only mentioned in dialogue.
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