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Federation Fleet Basic Specs

Class Dimentions metres Mass
KTons
Crew Warp Speeds
Length Beam Height Decks Norm Cruise Max Cruise Max Rated
Warp Speeds
(TNG scale)
464.431 316.671 87.431 192 3,0551 5001 6 9.3 9.81 121
Warp Speeds
(TNG scale)
5643 3384 1323 36 2,350 550 6 8.8 9.2 12
Warp Speeds
(TOS scale)
565 205 255 6 0 206 4.5* 5* 6* -
Warp Speeds
(TNG scale)
381.877 230 58.54 10 8708 3158 6 8.5 9.6 128
Warp Speeds
(TNG scale)
3949 264 115 10 1,000 225 6 8 8.6 12
Warp Speeds
(TNG scale)
39410 250 113 20 1,305 245 6 9 9.4 12
Warp Speeds
(TNG scale)
23111 135 6512 152 325 520 6 8 8.6 12
Warp Speeds
(TOS scale)
(basic)
28913 127.114 72.614 212 600 43315 5* 616* 917* 417
Warp Speeds
(TOS scale)
(Early)
28913 127.114 72.614 212 600 20318 5* 6* 7.5* 8
Warp Speeds
(TOS scale)
(refit)
30513 140 75 232 620 400 6* 719* 9.5* 4
Warp Speeds
(TOS scale)
12120 4821 4021 10 72 22922 4* 4.5* 4.9* 12
Warp Speeds
(TOS scale)
33923 140 59 8 1,200 215 6* 7.8* 8.4* 1
Warp Speeds
(TNG scale)
170.6824 134.1124 30.124 425 35526 5027 6 8.7 9.528 12
Warp Speeds
(TNG scale)
(standard)
46729 18530 10030 28 2,150 705 6 8.2 8.6 12
Warp Speeds
(TNG scale)
(1701-B)
46731 18530 10030 28 2,35032 75032 6 8.6 9 12
Warp Speeds
(TNG scale)
(Lakota)
46733 18530 10030 28 2,495 790 6 9 9.4 12
Warp Speeds
(TOS scale)
32034 14035 8735 16 900 50035 835* 9* 1035* 12
Warp Speeds
(TNG scale)
6036 66 14.6 2 2.6 4 5 5.5 7 1
Warp Speeds
(TNG scale)
45337 231.638 11938 31 2,169 370 5 7.6 9 12
Warp Speeds
(TNG scale)
32039 128 63.4 12 950 250 6 9 9.4 12
Warp Speeds
(TNG scale)
(basic)
64140 47041 14542 4243 4,96044 1,01445 644 9.246 9.646 1244
Warp Speeds
(TNG scale)
(uprated)
64147 470 145 42 5,125 400 6 9.2 9.98 128
Warp Speeds
(TNG scale)
408.6548 13338 6638 16 1,30038 22538 5 5.7 7.2 1
Warp Speeds
(TOS scale)
(Class 1)
242.549 127.135 6035 16 412 19535 - 635* 835* 18
Warp Speeds
(TNG scale)
246.8850 100 52.238 8 550 75 8 8.6 9 1
Warp Speeds
(TNG scale)
34351 13338 6638 1552 70053 14152 8 9.97552 9.985 1
Warp Speeds
(TOS scale)
45054 23354 10754 28 900 800 5.5* 7* 8* 4
Warp Speeds
(TNG scale)
45055 20056 8056 - 1,400 35057 8 9.975 9.985 6
Warp Speeds
(TOS scale)
(basic)
23058 127.1 51 8 520 210 4* 5* 7* 12
Warp Speeds
(TNG scale)
(refit)
24359 150 63 18 65560 280 5 6 9.260 1260
Warp Speeds
(TNG scale)
(Basic/Pod)
442.2361 318.1161 130.4361 32 3,575 780 6 9 9.4 12
Warp Speeds
(TNG scale)
(Uprated/Pod)
442.2362 318.1162 130.4362 32 2,370 780 6 9 9.932 1232
Warp Speeds
(TNG scale)
(Basic)
442.2363 318.1163 130.4363 32 3,30932 75032 6 9 9.4 12
Warp Speeds
(TNG scale)
35064 290 83 19 900 190 6 9.2 9.4 8
Warp Speeds
(TNG scale)
44365 260 130 23 2,950 520 7 9 9.4 12
Warp Speeds
(TNG scale)
364.7766 225.6167 52.4867 12 6228 1908 6 8.4 9.78 128
Warp Speeds
(TNG scale)
16568 62 34 8 127 7869 6 7 869 20
Warp Speeds
(TNG scale)
150.8120 87 4170 12 94 8071 4 5 5.8 12
Warp Speeds
(TNG scale)
23972 9373 9674 23 400 360 6 8 9 12
Warp Speeds
(TNG scale)
232.575 139.58 608 11 390 11538 5 5.8 7.2 12
Warp Speeds
(TNG scale)
(docked mode)
41576 16350 6450 15 2,100 175 8 9.977 - -
Warp Speeds
(TNG scale)
(MV mode)
236.178 16338 6438 15 478 175 8 9.977 - -
Warp Speeds
(TOS scale)
22279 127.135 6635 12 274 22035 - 635* 635* 2
Warp Speeds
(TNG scale)
10580 66.981 1981 5 5.3 282 5 5.5 6 12
Warp Speeds
(TNG scale)
63565 560 166 30 5,750 890 7 9.2 9.6 12
Warp Speeds
(TNG scale)
19083 250 41 11 3108 408 6 9.3 9.78 128
Warp Speeds
(TOS scale)
(Class 1)
242.584 127.135 6035 16 300 20035 - 635* 835* 8
Warp Speeds
(TNG scale)
261.585 185 100 2838 744 215 6 8 8.2 12
Warp Speeds
(TNG scale)
(basic)
68086 24038 8738 2438 3,500 70038 8 9.9 9.99 36
Warp Speeds
(TNG scale)
(uprated)
68087 240 87 2438 3,500 70038 8 9.9 9.99 36
Warp Speeds
(TNG scale)
24388 150 63 18 310 130 5 6 8 1
Warp Speeds
(TNG scale)
28989 487 76 10 650 120 6 6.5 7.1 12
Warp Speeds
(TNG scale)
24490 160 40 9 375 185 6 8.8 9.5 -
Warp Speeds
(TOS scale)
23891 80 50 12 360 125 5.5* 6* 7* 12
Warp Speeds
(TNG scale)
349.9792 1808 1358 10 66093 27593 6 8.2 8.6 -
Warp Speeds
(TOS scale)
5594 12 14 1 1.78 1 6* 6.2* 6.5* 8
Warp Speeds
(TNG scale)
328.948 150 85.52 1138 580 135 6 7.8 8.2 12
 
Class Dimentions metres Mass
Tons
Crew Warp Speeds
Length Beam Height Decks Norm Cruise Max Cruise Max Rated
Sub-impulse only 1295 3 2.6 1 16.9 1 - - - -
Warp Speeds
(TNG scale)
25 7 4.5 1 73.5 1 3 3.5 4 12
Warp Speeds
(TNG scale)
23.196 1497 698 199 158.78 199 4 5 5.2 12
Warp Speeds
(TNG scale)
15.1100 8.5101 3.74100 1102 102.2 1102 6 6.8 7.2 12
Warp Speeds
(TNG scale)
24.450 13.850 550 1103 85.7 1103 5 6 8 12
Impulse only 11 10.5 3.6 1 12.45 1104 - - - -
Impulse only 25.6105 44.4 9.28 2 95106 3106 - - - -
Sub-impulse only 11.37107 6 3.7474 1108 17.12 1 - - - -
Warp Speeds
(TNG scale)
14109 13.6 4.53 1 27 1 4 4.5 5.1 4
Warp Speeds
(TNG scale)
33.550 26.250 6.3 1 420 1103 6 8 938 1
Impulse only 4.99107 3.2 3.1274 119 2.85 1 - - - -
Warp Speeds
(TOS scale)
7.32110 3.2 2.4435 1 5.45 1 5* 6* 6.2* 3
Impulse only 8.93107 3.4 2.9674 1 9.45 1 - - - -
Warp Speeds
(TNG scale)
(standard)
6111 4.444 2.744 1 3.38112 138 1 1.1 1.2112 48112
Warp Speeds
(TNG scale)
(uprated)
6113 4.444 2.744 1 3.38112 138 1 1.1 2112 36112
Warp Speeds
(TNG scale)
(standard)
8.5111 3.644 2.744 1 3.96112 138 1.5 1.7 1.75112 48112
Warp Speeds
(TNG scale)
(uprated)
8.5111 3.644 2.744 1 3.96112 138 1.5 1.7 2112 36112
Warp Speeds
(TNG scale)
(standard)
6107 4.438 2.774 1 3.3838 138 2.6 3 3.244 3638
Warp Speeds
(TNG scale)
(uprated)
6107 4.438 2.7174 1 3.3838 138 2.6 3 3.244 4838
Warp Speeds
(TNG scale)
9.17107 3.8 2.9574 1 1.85 138 3 3.4 4114 3
Warp Speeds
(TNG scale)
9.64115 5.82115 3.35115 1 19.37115 1115 4 4.5 5 3
Warp Speeds
(TNG scale)
14.6450 3.2650 4.550 1 27.2 1 5 5.5 6 3
Impulse only 3.6116 2.444 1.644 1 0.97117 1118 - - - -
Impulse only 4.5115 3.1115 1.8115 1 1.21 1115 - - - -
Impulse only 2.7119 1.2119 2.7119 1 1.68 1119 - - - -
* Cochrane Scale
Yellow text = Canon source Green text = Backstage source Cyan text = Novel White text = DITL speculation

References

# Series Season Source Comment
1 Star Trek Deep Space Nine Technical Manual Stated on page 153
2 Production drawing
3 Star Trek Encyclopedia 3rd Edition, calculated from scale diagram on Page 686 using 641 m Galaxy class as a referant
4 Star Trek Encyclopedia 3rd Edition, calculated from scale diagram on Page 686 using 641 m Galaxy class as a referant (assuming circular saucer)
5 Speculative Estimated from model
6 TOS 1 Charlie X
7 Star Trek Deep Space Nine Technical Manual Stated on page 156. This is the size we would expect if the saucer section matches that of a standard Excelsior in size; however, the DS9 TM figures for height and beam do not match those calculated from scale diagrams using this length.
8 Star Trek Deep Space Nine Technical Manual
9 Speculative Scaled to the Galaxy class nacelles.
10 Speculative Calculated very approximately by comparing the overall length to the size of windows on a photograph of the Cheyenne model. Could well be off by 20% or more either way.
11 Calculated from the scale diagram on page 317, compared to the Constitution class. Scaling of bridge module and impulse engines to the refit Constitution class gives a figure in the 230 - 260 range. Some non-canon sources give a length of 315 metres.
12 Calculated from the scale diagram assuming a length of 231
13 Star Trek Encyclopedia Third edition, page 138
14 Star Trek - Starfleet Technical Manual Section 1:04:10
15 TOS 1 Shore Leave
16 Various Original Series episodes
17 TOS 3 The Paradise Syndrome
18 TOS 1 The Cage
19 Star Trek : The Motion Picture
20 Calculated from the diagram comparing the Daedalus, Oberth, Miranda, and Intrepid class ships ('show resource' entry under Starships). Picture assumed to be to scale, and Intrepid class assumed to be 343 metres long.
21 Omnipedia scale diagram
22 TNG 5 Power Play
23 Speculative Scaled so the saucer section is the same size as the Constitution refit. Note that class name is entirely speculative.
24 Star Trek Deep Space Nine Technical Manual Stated on page 121
25 Visible on the bridge Main Systems Display
26 Star Trek Deep Space Nine Technical Manual Page 153
27 DS9 3 The Adversary
28 DS9 6 The Sound of Her Voice
29 Star Trek Chronology Stated on page 138. Scale diagrams usually give a size consistent with this figure. However, the DS9 TM claims that the Enterprise-B type, which is based on an identical basic hull, has a length of 511.25 metres.
30
31 Star Trek Chronology Stated on page 138, assuming it to be the same size as the standard Excelsior. The DS9 TM claims that this ship has a length of 511.25 metres.
32
33 Star Trek Chronology Stated on page 138, assuming this is the same size and the original
34 Star Trek - Starfleet Technical Manual Stated on page 01:04:24.
35 Star Trek - Starfleet Technical Manual
36 Speculative Based on comparison of the Raider to Voyager in 'Caretaker'.
37 Speculative Scaled so that the primary hull is equal to that of the Niagra Class in size.
38 Generic official information
39 Speculative Approximate, scaled to the estimated height of the captain's yacht on the saucer section. Since this ship was designed as a version of the Enterprise for 'Star Trek : Phase 2', the size should be roughly similar to the original Enterprise. Note that class name is speculative, assuming that the only known ship of this class was in fact the first of its kind.
40 Star Trek The Next Generation Technical Manual Taken from a diagram with dimensions on it on page 20. This length, or lengths within a metre or two of this one, have been confirmed in multiple official sources.
41 Star Trek The Next Generation Technical Manual Taken from a scale diagram on page 20. Note that the figure given on the diagram is incorrect; a correct figure must be derived from scaling
42 Star Trek The Next Generation Technical Manual Taken from a diagram with dimensions on it on page 20.
43 TNG 3 Yesterday's Enterprise
44 Star Trek The Next Generation Technical Manual
45 TNG 4 Remember Me
46 TNG 1 Encounter at Farpoint
47 Speculative Assumed to be the same as the standard Galaxy Class.
48 Speculative Scaled so that the primary hull is equal to that of the Intrepid Class in size.
49 Star Trek - Starfleet Technical Manual Stated on page 01:04:14.
50 Star Trek : The Magazine
51 Star Trek Encyclopedia Calculated by looking at the diagram on page 213. This shows 15 decks, and assuming each one to be 4.05 metres tall this gives an overall length of 343 metres. The ship's designer Rick Sternback has confirmed this as being the 'real' length of the ship, although some sources give numbers significantly higher.
52 VOY 1 Caretaker, Part 1
53 VOY 1 Phage
54 Speculative Estimated off scale diagram assuming saucer rim is two 3.75 m decks thick
55 Star Trek : Titan, Book 1 - Taking Wing Page 579
56 Speculative Calculated from scale drawings
57 Star Trek : Titan, Book 2 - The Red King Page 78
58 Speculative Assumed to have been scaled up in its refit by the same amount as the Constitution.
59 Speculative This is one of the most difficult lengths to work out - any way you do it seems to give a radically different answer. There are at least three possibilities :

Mr. Stipes says that the Miranda class is 500 - 560 feet (152 to 171 metres) long.

From the scale diagram on Page 317 of the Encyclopedia (1st edition), we get 243 metres (compared to the E-A).

Using the Omnipedia diagram comparing the Daedalus, Oberth, Miranda, and Intrepid class ships ('show resource' entry under Starships), we get 259 metres (compared to a 343 metre Intrepid).

In the end I arbitrarily decided to use the 243 metre figure because it looked like the best match to what we saw of the USS Reliant in Startrek II.
60
61 Star Trek Deep Space Nine Technical Manual Page 152
62 Star Trek Deep Space Nine Technical Manual Scaled to Nebula with weapon pod using length stated in on page 152
63 Star Trek Deep Space Nine Technical Manual Page 152. The length given is assumed to apply to the Nebula shown, I.e. the standard hull with a weapon pod attached.
64 Speculative Speculation, based on looking at pictures of the New Orleans and the Galaxy class.
65 Speculative Scaled so that the nacelles are equal to that of the Galaxy Class in size.
66 Star Trek Chronology Stated on page 154.
67 Star Trek Chronology
68 VOY 5 Equinox, Part 1 Taken from a size comparios diagram projected in astrometrics during the episode.
69 VOY 5 Equinox, Part 1
70
71 TNG 1 The Naked Now
72 Star Trek Encyclopedia Calculated from the scale diagram on page 579, comparing the freighter to the Vor'cha class.
73 Speculative Calculated from a scale diagram of the Olympic class, assuming a 239 m length
74 Star Trek Encyclopedia
75 Star Trek Deep Space Nine Technical Manual Scaled so that the primary hull is equal to that of the Constitution Class in size.
76 Star Trek : The Magazine Based on deck heights and an image of the CGI model used in the episode
77 Generic canonical information
78 Generic official information Scaled to match the diagram of the full ship.
79 Star Trek - Starfleet Technical Manual Stated on page 01:04:16
80 Speculative Scaled to the door seen on the starboard side of the ship in 'Dark Frontier'.
81 Speculative Calculated from scale diagram of the ship
82 VOY 5 Dark Frontier, Part 1
83 David Stipes, DS9 visual effects supervisor Taken from a posting to the DS9 Newsgroup
84 Star Trek - Starfleet Technical Manual Stated on page 01:04:12
85 Speculative Scaled so that the primary hull is equal to that of the Excelsior Class in size.
86 Star Trek Chronology Page 138. Given a length of 685 metres by its creator, but the Encyclopedia can probably be considered more canon. Stated by Picard to be 'almost seven hundred metres' in First Contact.
87 Speculative Assumed to be the same size as the basic
88 Speculative The Soyuz model was a re-use of the standard Miranda model with a few add on pods, so should be classed as having the same length.
89 Speculative Rough Estimate from the deck heights.
90 David Stipes, DS9 visual effects supervisor Taken from a posting to the DS9 Newsgroup.
91 Speculative Scaled to the nacelles, which are those from the Refit Constitution class.
92 Star Trek Deep Space Nine Technical Manual Page 157. Scaled so that the primary hull is equal to that of the Excelsior Class in size.
93
94 Calculated from the diagram comparing the Constellation, Miranda, warp shuttle, and Valiant class ships ('show resource' entry under Starships). Note that this uses the conjectural figure for the length of the Miranda.
95 Speculative Estimated by scaling against a person approximately six feet in height.
96 Star Trek Deep Space Nine Technical Manual Stated on page 140.
97 DS9 2 Playing God Dax states the width of the ship
98 Production drawing Scaled assuming a 14 m width as per DS9's "Playing God".
99 Various Deep Space Nine episodes
100 Speculative Scaled off the Flyer's beam and scale diagrams
101 Speculative Based on a comparison of the Flyer to Voyager's shuttlebay door in 'Extreme Risk'. Assumes a beam of 133 metres for Voyager and a width of 9.5 metres for the door as per scale diagrams
102 Various Voyager episodes
103 Star Trek : Insurrection
104 TNG 5 The First Duty
105 Speculative Approximation.
106
107 Star Trek Encyclopedia Calculated from the scale diagram on page 443, assuming a 24 foot Type 1.
108 Star Trek III : The Search for Spock
109 Speculative Approximation based on the cockpit being large enough for a single person.
110 TOS 1 The Galileo Seven Described by Kirk as 'a 24 foot shuttle craft' in the episode.
111 Star Trek The Next Generation Technical Manual Stated on page 161.
112
113 Star Trek The Next Generation Technical Manual Stated pn page 161.
114 VOY 2 Resolutions
115 Star Trek Deep Space Nine Technical Manual Stated on page 137
116 Star Trek The Next Generation Technical Manual Stated on page 160.
117
118 TNG 3 The Price
119 Production Drawings
Book :  Star Trek Deep Space Nine Technical Manual
Comment : Stated on page 153
Source :  Production drawing
Book :  Star Trek Encyclopedia
Comment : 3rd Edition, calculated from scale diagram on Page 686 using 641 m Galaxy class as a referant
Book :  Star Trek Encyclopedia
Comment : 3rd Edition, calculated from scale diagram on Page 686 using 641 m Galaxy class as a referant (assuming circular saucer)
Source :  Speculative
Comment : Estimated from model
Series :  TOS Season 1 (Disc 1)
Episode :  Charlie X
Book :  Star Trek Deep Space Nine Technical Manual
Comment : Stated on page 156. This is the size we would expect if the saucer section matches that of a standard Excelsior in size; however, the DS9 TM figures for height and beam do not match those calculated from scale diagrams using this length.
Book :  Star Trek Deep Space Nine Technical Manual
Source :  Speculative
Comment : Scaled to the Galaxy class nacelles.
Source :  Speculative
Comment : Calculated very approximately by comparing the overall length to the size of windows on a photograph of the Cheyenne model. Could well be off by 20% or more either way.
Comment : Calculated from the scale diagram on page 317, compared to the Constitution class. Scaling of bridge module and impulse engines to the refit Constitution class gives a figure in the 230 - 260 range. Some non-canon sources give a length of 315 metres.
Comment : Calculated from the scale diagram assuming a length of 231
Book :  Star Trek Encyclopedia
Comment : Third edition, page 138
Book :  Star Trek - Starfleet Technical Manual
Comment : Section 1:04:10
Series :  TOS Season 1 (Disc 4)
Episode :  Shore Leave
Series :  TOS Season (Disc )
Episode :  Various Original Series episodes
Series :  TOS Season 3 (Disc 1)
Episode :  The Paradise Syndrome
Series :  TOS Season 1 (Disc 2)
Episode :  The Cage
Film: Star Trek : The Motion Picture
Comment : Calculated from the diagram comparing the Daedalus, Oberth, Miranda, and Intrepid class ships ('show resource' entry under Starships). Picture assumed to be to scale, and Intrepid class assumed to be 343 metres long.
Source :  Omnipedia scale diagram
Series :  TNG Season 5 (Disc 4)
Episode :  Power Play
Source :  Speculative
Comment : Scaled so the saucer section is the same size as the Constitution refit. Note that class name is entirely speculative.
Book :  Star Trek Deep Space Nine Technical Manual
Comment : Stated on page 121
Source :  Visible on the bridge Main Systems Display
Book :  Star Trek Deep Space Nine Technical Manual
Comment : Page 153
Series :  DS9 Season 3 (Disc 7)
Episode :  The Adversary
Series :  DS9 Season 6 (Disc 7)
Episode :  The Sound of Her Voice
Book :  Star Trek Chronology
Comment : Stated on page 138. Scale diagrams usually give a size consistent with this figure. However, the DS9 TM claims that the Enterprise-B type, which is based on an identical basic hull, has a length of 511.25 metres.
Book :  Star Trek Chronology
Comment : Stated on page 138, assuming it to be the same size as the standard Excelsior. The DS9 TM claims that this ship has a length of 511.25 metres.
Book :  Star Trek Chronology
Comment : Stated on page 138, assuming this is the same size and the original
Book :  Star Trek - Starfleet Technical Manual
Comment : Stated on page 01:04:24.
Book :  Star Trek - Starfleet Technical Manual
Source :  Speculative
Comment : Based on comparison of the Raider to Voyager in 'Caretaker'.
Source :  Speculative
Comment : Scaled so that the primary hull is equal to that of the Niagra Class in size.
Source :  Generic official information
Source :  Speculative
Comment : Approximate, scaled to the estimated height of the captain's yacht on the saucer section. Since this ship was designed as a version of the Enterprise for 'Star Trek : Phase 2', the size should be roughly similar to the original Enterprise. Note that class name is speculative, assuming that the only known ship of this class was in fact the first of its kind.
Book :  Star Trek The Next Generation Technical Manual
Comment : Taken from a diagram with dimensions on it on page 20. This length, or lengths within a metre or two of this one, have been confirmed in multiple official sources.
Book :  Star Trek The Next Generation Technical Manual
Comment : Taken from a scale diagram on page 20. Note that the figure given on the diagram is incorrect; a correct figure must be derived from scaling
Book :  Star Trek The Next Generation Technical Manual
Comment : Taken from a diagram with dimensions on it on page 20.
Series :  TNG Season 3 (Disc 3)
Episode :  Yesterday's Enterprise
Book :  Star Trek The Next Generation Technical Manual
Series :  TNG Season 4 (Disc 1)
Episode :  Remember Me
Series :  TNG Season 1 (Disc 1)
Episode :  Encounter at Farpoint
Source :  Speculative
Comment : Assumed to be the same as the standard Galaxy Class.
Source :  Speculative
Comment : Scaled so that the primary hull is equal to that of the Intrepid Class in size.
Book :  Star Trek - Starfleet Technical Manual
Comment : Stated on page 01:04:14.
Source :  Star Trek : The Magazine
Book :  Star Trek Encyclopedia
Comment : Calculated by looking at the diagram on page 213. This shows 15 decks, and assuming each one to be 4.05 metres tall this gives an overall length of 343 metres. The ship's designer Rick Sternback has confirmed this as being the 'real' length of the ship, although some sources give numbers significantly higher.
Series :  VOY Season 1 (Disc 1)
Episode :  Caretaker, Part 1
Series :  VOY Season 1 (Disc 2)
Episode :  Phage
Source :  Speculative
Comment : Estimated off scale diagram assuming saucer rim is two 3.75 m decks thick
Novel :  Star Trek : Titan, Book 1 - Taking Wing
Comment : Page 579
Source :  Speculative
Comment : Calculated from scale drawings
Novel :  Star Trek : Titan, Book 2 - The Red King
Comment : Page 78
Source :  Speculative
Comment : Assumed to have been scaled up in its refit by the same amount as the Constitution.
Source :  Speculative
Comment : This is one of the most difficult lengths to work out - any way you do it seems to give a radically different answer. There are at least three possibilities :

Mr. Stipes says that the Miranda class is 500 - 560 feet (152 to 171 metres) long.

From the scale diagram on Page 317 of the Encyclopedia (1st edition), we get 243 metres (compared to the E-A).

Using the Omnipedia diagram comparing the Daedalus, Oberth, Miranda, and Intrepid class ships ('show resource' entry under Starships), we get 259 metres (compared to a 343 metre Intrepid).

In the end I arbitrarily decided to use the 243 metre figure because it looked like the best match to what we saw of the USS Reliant in Startrek II.
Book :  Star Trek Deep Space Nine Technical Manual
Comment : Page 152
Book :  Star Trek Deep Space Nine Technical Manual
Comment : Scaled to Nebula with weapon pod using length stated in on page 152
Book :  Star Trek Deep Space Nine Technical Manual
Comment : Page 152. The length given is assumed to apply to the Nebula shown, I.e. the standard hull with a weapon pod attached.
Source :  Speculative
Comment : Speculation, based on looking at pictures of the New Orleans and the Galaxy class.
Source :  Speculative
Comment : Scaled so that the nacelles are equal to that of the Galaxy Class in size.
Book :  Star Trek Chronology
Comment : Stated on page 154.
Book :  Star Trek Chronology
Series :  VOY Season 5 (Disc 7)
Episode :  Equinox, Part 1
Comment : Taken from a size comparios diagram projected in astrometrics during the episode.
Series :  VOY Season 5 (Disc 7)
Episode :  Equinox, Part 1
Series :  TNG Season 1 (Disc 1)
Episode :  The Naked Now
Book :  Star Trek Encyclopedia
Comment : Calculated from the scale diagram on page 579, comparing the freighter to the Vor'cha class.
Source :  Speculative
Comment : Calculated from a scale diagram of the Olympic class, assuming a 239 m length
Book :  Star Trek Encyclopedia
Book :  Star Trek Deep Space Nine Technical Manual
Comment : Scaled so that the primary hull is equal to that of the Constitution Class in size.
Source :  Star Trek : The Magazine
Comment : Based on deck heights and an image of the CGI model used in the episode
Source :  Generic canonical information
Source :  Generic official information
Comment : Scaled to match the diagram of the full ship.
Book :  Star Trek - Starfleet Technical Manual
Comment : Stated on page 01:04:16
Source :  Speculative
Comment : Scaled to the door seen on the starboard side of the ship in 'Dark Frontier'.
Source :  Speculative
Comment : Calculated from scale diagram of the ship
Series :  VOY Season 5 (Disc 4)
Episode :  Dark Frontier, Part 1
Source :  David Stipes, DS9 visual effects supervisor
Comment : Taken from a posting to the DS9 Newsgroup
Book :  Star Trek - Starfleet Technical Manual
Comment : Stated on page 01:04:12
Source :  Speculative
Comment : Scaled so that the primary hull is equal to that of the Excelsior Class in size.
Book :  Star Trek Chronology
Comment : Page 138. Given a length of 685 metres by its creator, but the Encyclopedia can probably be considered more canon. Stated by Picard to be 'almost seven hundred metres' in First Contact.
Source :  Speculative
Comment : Assumed to be the same size as the basic
Source :  Speculative
Comment : The Soyuz model was a re-use of the standard Miranda model with a few add on pods, so should be classed as having the same length.
Source :  Speculative
Comment : Rough Estimate from the deck heights.
Source :  David Stipes, DS9 visual effects supervisor
Comment : Taken from a posting to the DS9 Newsgroup.
Source :  Speculative
Comment : Scaled to the nacelles, which are those from the Refit Constitution class.
Book :  Star Trek Deep Space Nine Technical Manual
Comment : Page 157. Scaled so that the primary hull is equal to that of the Excelsior Class in size.
Comment : Calculated from the diagram comparing the Constellation, Miranda, warp shuttle, and Valiant class ships ('show resource' entry under Starships). Note that this uses the conjectural figure for the length of the Miranda.
Source :  Speculative
Comment : Estimated by scaling against a person approximately six feet in height.
Book :  Star Trek Deep Space Nine Technical Manual
Comment : Stated on page 140.
Series :  DS9 Season 2 (Disc 5)
Episode :  Playing God
Comment : Dax states the width of the ship
Source :  Production drawing
Comment : Scaled assuming a 14 m width as per DS9's "Playing God".
Series :  DS9 Season (Disc )
Episode :  Various Deep Space Nine episodes
Source :  Speculative
Comment : Scaled off the Flyer's beam and scale diagrams
Source :  Speculative
Comment : Based on a comparison of the Flyer to Voyager's shuttlebay door in 'Extreme Risk'. Assumes a beam of 133 metres for Voyager and a width of 9.5 metres for the door as per scale diagrams
Series :  VOY Season (Disc )
Episode :  Various Voyager episodes
Film: Star Trek : Insurrection
Series :  TNG Season 5 (Disc 4)
Episode :  The First Duty
Source :  Speculative
Comment : Approximation.
Book :  Star Trek Encyclopedia
Comment : Calculated from the scale diagram on page 443, assuming a 24 foot Type 1.
Film: Star Trek III : The Search for Spock
Source :  Speculative
Comment : Approximation based on the cockpit being large enough for a single person.
Series :  TOS Season 1 (Disc 4)
Episode :  The Galileo Seven
Comment : Described by Kirk as 'a 24 foot shuttle craft' in the episode.
Book :  Star Trek The Next Generation Technical Manual
Comment : Stated on page 161.
Book :  Star Trek The Next Generation Technical Manual
Comment : Stated pn page 161.
Series :  VOY Season 2 (Disc 7)
Episode :  Resolutions
Book :  Star Trek Deep Space Nine Technical Manual
Comment : Stated on page 137
Book :  Star Trek The Next Generation Technical Manual
Comment : Stated on page 160.
Series :  TNG Season 3 (Disc 2)
Episode :  The Price
Source :  Production Drawings


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