The Official Star Trek Starships Collection
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U.S.S. Enterprise NCC-1701-D
The USS Enterprise (NCC-1701-D) was a 24th century Federation Galaxy-class starship operated by Starfleet, and the fifth Federation ship to bear the name Enterprise. During her career, the Enterprise served as the Federation flagship. The Enterprise was destroyed during the Battle of Veridian III in 2371
U.S.S Enterprise NCC-1701
The U.S.S. Enterprise NCC-1701 was an iconic Constitution-Class Starfleet vessel famously under the command of Captain James T. Kirk for his initial five-year mission (2265-2270) and served for 40 years in the Federation until it was deliberately destroyed above the Genesis planet to keep it out of Klingon hands.
The Klingons applied several class designations to the different types of their Bird-of-Prey design, including the K'vort-class, B'rel-class, and D12-class. The D12-class was retired from service by the 2350s due to faulty plasma coils, which were components of the cloaking systems
One of the most important starships in interstellar history, Enterprise (NX-01) was the culmination of the NX Project. The NX-01 was the first NX-class starship, launched by the United Earth Starfleet in 2151
Issue 5 of Star Trek The Official Starships Collection features one of the most intimidating ships that Starfleet has ever encountered: the Imperial Romulan Warbird. Memorably decloaking in the Neutral Zone ahead of the U.S.S. Enterprise NCC-1701-D at the close of TNG's first season, this D'deridex-class ship posed a significant threat with its six disruptor cannons and two photon torpedo launchers.
U.S.S. Voyager NCC-74656
Issue 6 features the U.S.S. Voyager NCC-74656, Captain Janeway's Intrepid-class ship that steered a path home through the Delta Quadrant and seven seasons of Star Trek: Voyager.
Klingn K'Tinga-class Battlecruiser
The model of the Klingon battlecruiser is based on the Star Trek: The Motion Picture version. Like the Enterprise, the Klingon ship got a major upgrade for its appearance in the first Star Trek movie, with new design work done by Richard Taylor and Andy Probert. This version has much more surface detail than its original series predecessor, but has a simpler, gunmetal paint scheme than the CG version that appeared in Deep Space Nine over 20 years later.
This model is die-cast, hand-painted, and comes with an in-depth magazine featuring product artwork and highlighting the ship's history and design.
U.S.S. Excelsior NCC-2000
The U.S.S. Excelsior made its debut in Star Trek III: The Search for Spock and was always intended to be an advanced vessel that made the Enterprise looks old. The ship underwent some changes when it reappeared in Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country under Captain Sulu's command and this is the version that the model replicates. As well as the usual profile, the magazine takes a look at the rejected study models that ILM's Bill George built as part of the design process.
U.S.S. Defiant NX-74205
Another of the most popular ships in Star Trek’s history Starfleet’s first true warship, the U.S.S. Defiant. The model in the collection is based on a combination of the VFX teams CG model and the original studio model. Inside your magazine you will find an in-depth profile of the U.S.S. Defiant NX-74205 built in response to the Borg threat. This was Starfleet’s first ever warship and you get to explore how the design of the U.S.S. Defiant evolved into a unique starship.
This version of the Borg Sphere is the one that appeared in Star Trek: Voyager. The complicated surface detailing provided a real challenge for the model-makers and resulted in one of the most intricate models in the collection. Find out the story behind the design of the Borg Sphere for STAR TREK: FIRST CONTACT and how Industrial Light & Magic created a 2 feet studio model of the ship. The magazine takes an inside look at how the Borg assimilate their victims and the design process behind both the Borg Sphere and its mistress, the Borg Queen. With some rare photographs of the studio model and a profile of the ship.
U.S.S. Reliant (Miranda Class)
Miranda-class vessels, such as the U.S.S. Reliant, were used primarily for science or supply assignments rather than extended exploration missions. As such, they were equipped with a host of scientific scanners.
U.S.S. Thunderchild NCC-63549
This fan favorite made its debut in STAR TREK: FIRST CONTACT. The Akira class is the first-ever officially licensed model of the incredibly popular little ship. It is taken directly from the CG model made by ILM. The Akira class was named after the cult Japanese anime film, Akira (1988) - Set in the future, this animated cyberpunk film features biker gangs and characters with psychic abilities.
The Jem'hadar Battlecruiser is one of the larger ships that the Jem'hadar used on Star Trek: Deep Space Nine and is the equivalent of a Starfleet Galaxy-class vessel. The first version that appeared on screen was a physical model, which was then replaced by two subtly different CG versions, and the die-cast model is based on the last of these.
Cardassian Galor Class
Issue 14 of the collection brings fans the workhorse of the Cardassian fleet – the Galor Class. The Cardassian Galor Class is the most familiar design of Cardassian warship. The die-cast model is based on the Lightwave version that was used on Star Trek: Deep Space Nine, but has also been compared to the original physical studio model that made its debut on Star Trek: The Next Generation.
U.S.S. Equinox NCC-72381
The U.S.S. Equinox appeared in Star Trek: Voyager's fifth season finale. It was a smaller ship than the U.S.S. Voyager and had also been stranded in the Delta Quadrant by the Caretaker. In the face of impossible odds, her crew had taken some moral shortcuts in an effort to get home. The die-cast model is based on the original Lightwave model that was created for the two-part episode by Foundation Imaging, but has been cleaned up to show the ship in pristine condition. The magazine takes a look at the Nova class and Rick Sternbach's original concept drawings.
Issue 16 of the Official Star Trek Starships Collection is the Ferengi Marauder - the first major alien ship to be built for Star Trek: The Next Generation. The ship was designed by Andy Probert, who was inspired by the shape of a horseshoe crab, and was intended to rival the Galaxy-class U.S.S. Enterprise NCC-1701-D.
U.S.S. Dauntless NX-01-A
Issue 17 is the U.S.S. Dauntless - a mysterious ship that the crew of the U.S.S. Voyager encountered thousands of light years from home in the Delta Quadrant. At first glance, the U.S.S. Dauntless was an advanced Starfleet vessel, fitted with a Quantum Slipstream drive, which could bring the crew home in a matter of months. The reality turned out to be rather more sinister...
Bajoran Solar Sailor
Issue 18 of Star Trek The Official Starships Collection is one of the most unusual and beautiful designs ever created for Star Trek - the Bajoran Solar Sailor or also known as the Lightship. This ancient design of ship was designed to ride tachyon streams that enabled it to cross vast distances at great speed. The original model was one of Star Trek: Deep Space Nine's first experiments with CG starships and has been carefully reproduced from the original concept drawings.
U.S.S. Stargazer NCC-2893
Issue 19 is the U.S.S. Stargazer, the ship that Picard commanded before the Enterprise-D and a rare example of a Starfleet vessel from the early part of the 24th century. It's also unusual in being one of a handful of Starfleet ships that has four rather than two nacelles and, as the magazine reveals, it started life as a piece of set dressing rather than a fully-fledged design for a starship.
Klingon Vor'cha Class
The Vor'cha was the first Klingon ship that was specifically designed for Star Trek: The Next Generation. It made its debut in the fourth-season episode Reunion, when it was introduced as the Klingon Empire's new flagship. The die-cast model is carefully based on the original studio model, and carries the original TNG paint scheme rather than the more colorful version that was used when the ship appeared on Star Trek: Deep Space Nine.
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In-depth profiles provide invaluable information about the ship, her technology, crew and capabilities.
Take a look at the original design sketches for the ship and hear from the designers as they explain exactly how the design of the ship evolved.
Although there might only be one onscreen version of the ship there were often multiple studio models that were used for filming, each of which was subtly different from the others.
Every magazine ends with a brief history of the ship’s onscreen appearances, listing it’s first appearance, who designed the ship, and identifying key moments in its history.
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Take a closer look to the XL Editions
XL Edition 1
U.S.S Enterprise NCC-1701 Model Ship 28 cm
XL Edition 2
U.S.S Enterprise NCC 1701-D Model Ship 22 cm
XL Edition 3
U.S.S Enterprise NCC 1701-E Model Ship 27 cm
XL Edition 4
Enterprise NX-01 Model Ship 22 cm
XL Edition 5
U.S.S. Voyager Model Ship 25 cm
XL Edition 6
U.S.S Enterprise NCC-1701 A Model Ship 27 cm
XL Edition 7
U.S.S Defiant NX-74205 Starship 22 cm
XL Edition 8
U.S.S. Enterprise NCC-1701 B Starship 27 cm
XL Edition 9
U.S.S. Reliant NCC-1864 Model Ship 22 cm
XL Edition 10
U.S.S. Enterprise NCC-1701-C Starship 25cm
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