- For other uses, see Calypso.
The Calypso was a Federation shuttle vehicle in service to Starfleet in the late 24th century. In the 2360s, Calypso was assigned to the USS Enterprise-D as a captain's yacht. (ST reference: Star Trek: The Next Generation Technical Manual)
History[edit | edit source]
Specifications[edit | edit source]
At 10m long, 18m wide and 8m high with two decks, the yacht had a mass of 95 metric tonnes and was unarmed. The interior featured a flight deck, two small staterooms, bunks for the flight crew a galley and access to the engine compartment. It could accomodate two flight crew and one service representative plus VIP passengers. (ST reference: Star Trek: The Next Generation Technical Manual)
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Connections[edit | edit source]
|Ships named Calypso|
|starships: USS Calypso (Hermes-class) • USS Calypso (Merced-class) • USS Calypso (Galaxy X-class)
small craft: Calypso (NCC-1701-D yacht) • Calypso (NCC-1701-E yacht)
|USS Enterprise (NCC-1701-D) auxiliary craft|
|Shuttlecraft 02 • Shuttlecraft 04 • Shuttlecraft 05 • Shuttlecraft 13 • Ansel Adams • Berman • Calypso • Campbell • Decartes • Christopher • Cochrane • Collins • Copernicus • Curie • El-Baz • Albert Einstein • Fermi • Feynman • Sam Freedle • Galileo • Goddard • Goodall • Gould • Hawking (I) • Hawking (II) • Hoyle • Indiana Jones • Justman • Kirk • Lewis • Ley • Magellan 15 • Magellan 5 • Nadir • Nameme • Isaac Newton • Onizuka • Pike (I) • Pike (II) • Piller • Polo • Pontiac • Rahjah • Sakharov • Voltaire|
Background[edit | edit source]
According to the Technical Manual, Patrick Stewart named the shuttle after oceanographer Jacques-Yves Cousteau's ship.