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The ''Golden Hind'' was a specially-modified version of the Vulcan Warp Shuttle with three nacelles and used as a high-speed courier vessel in Starfleet service.
 
The ''Golden Hind'' was a specially-modified version of the Vulcan Warp Shuttle with three nacelles and used as a high-speed courier vessel in Starfleet service.
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:''Presumably there is a Starfleet vessel or starbase with registry number NCC-10019 that the Golden Hind was assigned to.
   
 
:''This craft is likely named for Sir Francis Drake's galleon that began the first circumnavigation of the planet Earth between [[1577]] and [[1580]].''
 
:''This craft is likely named for Sir Francis Drake's galleon that began the first circumnavigation of the planet Earth between [[1577]] and [[1580]].''

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For other uses, see Golden Hind.

The Golden Hind (NCC-10019/1) was a Starfleet high-speed courier shuttlecraft in service during the late-23rd century.

History and specifications

In the year 2293, the Golden Hind transported the new Commander-in-Chief Admiral Androvar Drake to the former Starfleet starship USS Enterprise-A as it defended the planet Chal from three Klingon K't'inga-class battlecruisers. ((TOS novelization & comic adaptation: The Ashes of Eden) graphic novel adaption)

The Golden Hind was a specially-modified version of the Vulcan Warp Shuttle with three nacelles and used as a high-speed courier vessel in Starfleet service.

Presumably there is a Starfleet vessel or starbase with registry number NCC-10019 that the Golden Hind was assigned to.
This craft is likely named for Sir Francis Drake's galleon that began the first circumnavigation of the planet Earth between 1577 and 1580.

Appendices

Connections

SW7-class shuttlecraft
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Appearances and references

Appearances

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