Unnamed Type 7 shuttlecraft.

By year Edit

Shuttle used to transport Admiral Leonard McCoy 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.

Captain's shuttle Edit

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

This shuttle was only mentioned in dialogue.

Commander Riker's shuttle Edit

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

This shuttle was only mentioned in dialogue.

Shuttle used to retrieve Picard Edit

Unnamed Type 7 shuttle 1

The shuttle used to retrieve Picard from the Borg

In early 2367, Data and Worf used this shuttle to kidnap Locutus of Borg from the Borg cube heading for Earth. The Borg destroyed the shuttle shortly after they were successful. (TNG: "The Best of Both Worlds, Part II")

Shuttle stolen by Brevelle 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 USS Enterprise-D. (TNG: "Identity Crisis")

This shuttle was only mentioned in dialogue.

Richard Galen's shuttle Edit

Galen's shuttlecraft

Galen's shuttle

In 2369 Dr. Richard Galen was using a Type 7 shuttle as transport. It was damaged in an attack by a Yridian destroyer. (TNG: "The Chase")

Enterprise-D saucer evacuation shuttles Edit

Shuttles on the crashed USS Enterprise-D saucer

Several shuttles evacuating the Enterprise-D saucer

In 2371, several Type 7 shuttles from the Nebula-class starship USS Farragut, along with a Miranda-class and an Oberth-class starship were used to evacuate the survivors of the USS Enterprise-D's saucer after it crashed on Veridian III. (Star Trek Generations)

It is unclear which ship the Type 7 shuttles belonged to, though it seems unlikely that they were the Enterprise-D's, as the main shuttlebay doors were still closed.
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