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2020欧洲杯时间安排Beginning in 1994, I have designed several starship classes from the foundation of Starfleet to the end of the 24th century. All starships depicted in this section are non-canon. I hope I was careful to fit the new designs into the timeline, complying with the various technical requirements for Starfleet vessels as well as the registry scheme. What you won't find here is fanboyish berships with overblown armament or with extra nacelles in every corner.


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Charts and Listings

Starship Sketches - a small gallery of old (and sometimes embarrassing) designs

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Chronological list

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See Also

Starship Design Guidelines - Is there such a thing as "good starship design"?

Starship 2D Design Tutorial - typical steps from simple outlines to a fully-fledged image with shading

Miscellaneous 2D Design Tricks - some more useful techniques for 2D (starship) design

Drawing Software Test - reviews of Micrografx Designer, Corel Draw and Adobe Illustrator


Starfleet Starships

Pre-TOS (before 2200)

TOS era (2200-2260)

Movie era (2260-2305)

Early 24th century (2305-2330)

Mid-24th century (2330-2355)

TNG era (2355-2370)

Post-TNG and future (since 2370)


Alien Starships

Alien Ship Designs


Additional markings Detailed three-view diagrams or 3D models are available for the ship classes marked with .



I made my starship drawings with Micrografx Designer 4/6/8, and unfortunately there is no possibility to convert them to newer formats without extreme information loss. But I can provide larger bitmap image files if requested. If you are interested in designing starships, you should check the Technical Support about using drawing software and my Starship Design Guidelines with rules for what may be considered good starship design.



Copernicus Ship Yards emblem by Chris Spinnler, Mercury-class 3D model by Jan Seebald.