U.S.S. Broken Hope. Reason being, hope in anything can be beaten, battered, bruised, broken, and shattered, but as long as you never let it go, it is never lost. Anyone that has been in an actual worse case scenario combat situations, will fully understand that.
U.S.S. Nidokuin- for being the sister defensive variant of the much more offensive Galaxy Class. For having more support ability and less weapon ports for those wondering why.
Steamrunner Class: U.S.S. Daybreak- For being one of the endgame escorts hence the afternoon has come and you no longer need coffee until the moon shows it's face.
-Reinhardt, captain of coffee named ships.
Think I may have replied to one of these things before... but I've probably acquired a couple more ships since then.
Anyway. When I realized I was going to go through several ships, I decided I needed a consistent naming scheme... and I used the names (or bits of the names) of various compositions by Gustav Holst, who's one of my favourite composers. He's best known for the "Planets" suite, but so far I've steered clear of that one.
So, to date it's
Light cruiser - USS Hammersmith
Cruiser - USS Beni Mora
Heavy Cruiser - USS Brook Green
Exploration Cruiser - USS Egdon Heath
Assault Cruiser - USS Savitri
Mirror Universe Assault Cruiser - USS Sita (my main ship for a good long while)
Mirror Universe Star Cruiser - USS Cloud Messenger
Mirror Universe Reconnaisance Science Vessel - USS Boar's Head
Mirror Universe Deep Space Science Vessel - ISS Hampshire
Recluse Carrier - USS King Estmere (currently my main ship)
Chel Grett Cruiser - USS Bleak Midwinter
Tuffli freighter - SS Rigs o'Marlow
Class F shuttle - USS Moorside
Aeon timeship - USS Walt Whitman
.. I haven't unpacked the Ambassador yet, I'll have to find one for that. (There are still a few left I can use!)
I started a science officer toon, too, using a similar scheme, this time the works of Sibelius. So far, I've just had the USS Oceanides and USS Lemminkainen on that one.