Star Trek



Name Description
USS Highlander The USS Highlander is a second generation Intrepid-class starship, constructed to conform to upgraded specifications designed following the analysis of technologies brought back and adapted aboard the USS Voyager during that ship's seven years in the Delta Quadrant. The Intrepid-class is designed for long-term autonomous exploration missions, with specific consideration given for long-term deep space assignments. The class utilises bio-neural gelpaks to augment its computing capability, and has a full scientific suite onboard to enable advanced scientific surveys.

When first commissioned, the Intrepid-class featured many innovations then becoming available, not least being the tricyclic input manifold of the warp core and variable geometry pylons. The class was also the first to incorporate bio-neural gel packs and was equipped with the Mark 1 Emergency Medical Hologram (or EMH) system.

Capabilities upon introduction were equally impressive. The class boasted the best navigational sensors, and the highest top speed of any Starfleet vessel until the development of the Prometheus-class. Its multi-mission design was backed up by a main computer processor capable of simultaneously accessing 47 million data channels and sustaining 575 trillion calculations per nanosecond in operational temperatures from 10 to 1790 Kelvin. While newer starships have improved upon the capabilities of the Intrepid class during the two decades since its design, the class has been constantly updated to make the most of new advancements in technology, ensuring that it remains one of Starfleet's premier multi-platform vessels, capable of being operated with a far smaller crew compliment than other vessels with similar capabilities.
USS Jefferies The USS Jefferies is an Aerowing-class Captain's Yacht, named after the famous starship designer of the original starship Enterprise, Captain W. M. Jefferies. The Jefferies is docked in a specialised docking port on the underside of the Highlander's saucer section.
USS Okuda The USS Okuda is a Delta Flyer-class runabout, named after the Starfleet Engineer who assisted in designing the LCARS computer system for Federation starships, in use since the 23rd century, including the visual style of the Okudagram present on every starship's bridge from start of the 24th century.
Shuttlecraft Curry The Shuttlecraft Curry is a Type-8 shuttlecraft named for the Starfleet engineer D. Curry, who was the designer responsible for the Curry-class starship in the 23rd century and was part of the construction team who worked on the USS Enterprise-B.
Shuttlecraft Douglas The Shuttlecraft Douglas is a Type-8 shuttlecraft named for the Starfleet spaceframe engineer of the 22nd century, Commander Douglas Drexler, who worked on the NX class of starships and the vessels which followed them.
Shuttlecraft Scott The Shuttlecraft Scott is a Type 9 Shuttlecraft named after the famous Starfleet engineer Captain Montgomery Scott; chief engineer of the USS Enterprise NCC-1701 and NCC-1701-A.
Shuttlecraft Tucker The Shuttlecraft Tucker is a Type 9 Shuttlecraft named after 22nd Starfleet engineer Commander Charles Tucker III; chief engineer of the original Enterprise NX-01 and Columbia NX-02.
Shuttlecraft Zimmerman The Shuttlecraft Zimmerman is a Type 9 Shuttlecraft named after Starleet holo-engineer Lewis Zimmerman; creator of the Emergency Medical Hologram and the Long-term Medical Hologram, and many of their successive versions.