Star Trek: Picard S3 Used 30 Different Types Of Ships, See Them All
You Missed More New Star Trek Ships Than You Realize
Star Trek: Picard season 3 went all out to give fans what they wanted, using old favorite ships and introducing brand new starships by the dozen. Follow the arrows to get a close-up look at all THIRTY different types of ships used in Star Trek: Picard season 3.
The Akira class was first introduced in Star Trek: First Contact as part of the fleet attacking the Borg cube in the movie’s opening. Several of them are used in various fleet shots for Star Trek: Picard’s finale.
The Alita class is very briefly seen in a couple of Star Trek: Picard season 3 background shots. This is really the only way you’ll be able to see what it actually looks like.
Borg Mega Cube
The mother of all Borg cubes is found in the atmosphere of Jupiter. It’s so big it makes the Enterprise D look like a fly.
Constitution III Class
The main hero ship of the season, at first named Titan and later changed to Enterprise G.
The USS Intrepid, the ship that kills Ro Laren and tries to blow up the Titan, is a Duderstadt class.
The Echelon class is basically just a Sagan class with fewer nacelles. One of them is used to guard Daystrom station.
The Edison class shows up in the background in a blink or you’ll miss it shot.
Excelsior II Class
The Excelsior II class is, unfortunately, the ship that fights off the Borg only to be blown up by the other Borg controlled ships around it.
The Gagarin shows up only very briefly as part of the fleet attacking Spacedock. But it’s there.
The hero ship of all hero ships, the Galaxy class is best known as being the class used for the Enterprise D.
The Inquiry class was first introducted in Star Trek: Picard season 1, when Captain Riker showed up with an entire fleet of them to rescue Picard.
The original Titan, the one captained by Riker, was a Luna class. Somehow that Luna-class Titan was transformed into the Constitution Class III Titan A we saw on screen.
The Nova class showed up in Star Trek: Picard seasons 2 and 3. In season 2 it’s one of the alternate universe ships trying to stop Picard and his crew from going back in time. In season 3 it’s just a background vessel.
Numerous Odyssey class ships are seen throughout Star Trek: Picard season 3, but the one we get the best look at is the Enterprise F, right before it goes Borg.
The Pathfinder is the successor to the Intrepid class (that’s what Voyager is). It’s also the class of ship the new Voyager will use when we see it, probably in Star Trek: Prodigy season 2.
It may seem odd to name a class of ships after a vessel best known for being used by Khan Noonien Singh in his attack on Captain Kirk. But the Reliant was, presumably, a well-known ship before Khan stole it and perhaps before Khan commandeered the old girl she did something worth continuing the name.
This class is a successor to the Galaxy class. It’s also the only ship besides the Sovereign class to use an amber colored deflector dish.
The Sagan class is an update of the Stargazer class. It’s seen throughout Star Trek: Picard season 3 in quick shots.
The Shrike is an unknown type of ship. It resembles some Romulan designs, though heavily modified.
Numerous Sovereign class ships are part of the fleet that attacks Spacedock. The design is old, but still a pivotal part of Starfleet. That means if Worf hadn’t destroyed it, the Enterprise E would probably still be around an in service.
Several different Steamrunners are used in numerous background shots during the course of Star Trek: Picard’s finale.
It looks a lot like the Nebula class from past Star Trek projects. And in Star Trek: Picard season 3 it’s only seen for a second, in the background of Spacedock while the camera focuses on the Titan.
The Fleet Museum
What about all the ships in the Star Trek: Picard fleet museum? They’re so cool we gave them their own, separate, in-depth, and detailed analysis. See every ship identified in our Fleet Museum Guide.
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What, You're Still Here?
Ok, here’s a cool shot of the Enterprise.