Ensign
Join Date: May 2013
Posts: 23
# 2121
06-09-2013, 09:29 PM
USS Shen Kuo
Career Officer
Join Date: May 2013
Posts: 33
# 2122
06-10-2013, 12:05 AM
"USS Dramune Run" and "USS Osprey" from an old RPG game, "Star Frontiers"
Career Officer
Join Date: Jun 2012
Posts: 683
# 2123
06-10-2013, 12:20 AM
My latest Romulan has ship names taken from book titles on my uppermost book shelf.
So far we have
RRW Snow Crash (Neal Stephenson)
RRW All That Remains (Patricia Cornwell)
and the next few will be
RRW Black Notice (Patricia Cornwell)
RRW Divine Endurance (Gwyneth Jones)
and my shuttle will be
RRW Seven Up (Janet Evanovich)
Hope I don't get greedy and buy too many ships otherwise this naming scheme will result in the RRW Striptease (Carl Hiaasen)
Captain
Join Date: Sep 2012
Posts: 1,092
# 2124
06-10-2013, 04:40 AM
Quote:
Originally Posted by deutchcraft View Post
U.S.S. Ajax - Named after British Battle Cruiser during WW2
Ajax was a light cruiser, also named for a hero from the Trojan war.


DS9 fan and proud
Career Officer
Join Date: Jun 2012
Posts: 109
# 2125
06-10-2013, 08:40 AM
My ships:

USS Mannerheim (Ambassador-class) - my Fed main ship, named after C.G.E. Mannerheim.

USS Valley Forge (Excelsior-class) - name that I've always liked. Has been the name of 2 real world (CV-45 and CG-50) and 1 Star Trek (NCC-43305) ship before.

USS Beverly Hills (Vesta-class) - the ship of my main Fed Sci. Named after Beverly Hills, CA.

USS Gordon Gekko (D'Kora-class) - the ship of my Ferengi. Named after Gordon Gekko.

USS Turtledove (Wells-class) - named after the alternate history writer Harry Turtledove.

USS Defiance (Steamrunner-class) - named after the TV Show/Computer Game. Has served as the test bed for Omega and Romulan plasma torpedoes (since then reverted back to quantum torpedoes).

USS Rogue Warrior (Defiant-class) - named after the SEAL Team 6 founder Richard Marcinko.

USS Larry Thorne (Prometheus-class) - named after the Special Ops legend Lauri T?rni. He had a rather interesting career.

AKS Emperor Reclaw (Mirror Vo'quv-class) - named after the Emperor Reclaw. Loving this ship, I find it better than the normal version and would love to have a fleet version of it.

I have a bunch of other ships, but those are the ones with more story to their name.
Captain
Join Date: Jan 2013
Posts: 2,656
# 2126
06-10-2013, 09:03 AM
Quote:
Originally Posted by jovianus View Post
Good choice!

As a history buff, I can't believe I'd not heard of Shen Kuo before reading this wiki link. Thanks for pointing this out!
Career Officer
Join Date: Jul 2012
Posts: 469
# 2127
06-10-2013, 10:58 AM
I think I already posted at least one of my ships in this thread a long time ago (U.S.S. Tereshkova), but well... why not post some more ...

U.S.S. Tereshkova NX-91937 (Multi-Mission Surveillance Explorer)
Valentina Vladimirovna Tereshkova is a retired soviet cosmonaut, and was the first woman in space.
The registry number includes the year of her birth.
Ships Motto: "Quam Celerrime Ad Astra"

U.S.S. Torga NX-92373 (Jem'Hadar Attack Ship)
Named after the planet from which the first Jem'Hadar Attack Ship for the Federation was captured in 2373.
"This would be the greatest intelligence find in the last ten years." B. Sisko.
Ships Motto: "Nemo Me Impune Lacessit"

U.S.S. Chin'toka NX-92374 (Cardassian Galor)
Named after a cardassian planetary system, that was the scene of two major confrontations during the Dominion War.
The registry number includes the year of the first battle.
Ships Motto: "Non Cedo Ferio"

U.S.S. Eos NCC-91895 (Fleet Assault Cruiser)
Named after the greek goddess/titaness of the dawn.
The registry number includes the year of creation of the painting "Eos" by Evelyn de Morgan.
Ships Motto: "Unitas Et Parati"

U.S.S. Aurora NCC-91704 (Odyssey Tactical Cruiser)
Named after the roman goddess of dawn.
The registry number includes the year of creation of the painting "Aurora Taking Leave of Tithonus" by Francesco Solimena.
Ships Motto: "Memor Et Fidelis"

U.S.S. Banshee NCC-91897 (Fleet Tactical Escort Retrofit)
Named after a spirit in irish mythology.
The registry number includes the year of creation of the painting "Banshee" by Henry Meynell Rheam.
Ships Motto: "Audaces Fortuna Iuvat"

U.S.S. Cousteau NCC-91910 (Fleet Advanced Research Vessel Retrofit)
Named after the famous french naval officer and explorer Jacques-Yves Cousteau.
The registry number includes the year of his birth.
Ships Motto: "Scientia Potentia"

U.S.S. Gagarin NCC-91937 (Fleet Exploration Cruiser Retrofit)
Named after the famous soviet pilot and cosmonaut Yuri Alekseyevich Gagarin.
The registry number includes the year of his birth.
Ships Motto: "Semper Anticus"

U.S.S. Tolokonnikova NCC-91989 (Fleet Advanced Heavy Cruiser Retrofit)
Named after Nadezhda Andreyevna Tolokonnikova - a russian conceptual artist and political activist.
The registry number includes the year of her birth.
Ships Motto: "Celer Et Audax"

U.S.S. Concordia NCC-91992 (Odyssey Science Cruiser) - My Flagship
Named after the roman goddess of harmony.
The registry number includes the year of the signing of the "Maastricht Treaty".
Ships Motto: "In Varietate Concordia"

Well.. there are many more, but that should do for today !!!
"My people have a reputation for arrogance. I'm afraid it's well-earned."


Last edited by kurumimorishita; 06-10-2013 at 11:01 AM.
Ensign
Join Date: Apr 2013
Posts: 23
# 2128
06-10-2013, 11:04 AM
USS Texas NCC-361836 (Ambassador Class): This ship is my flag ship and my personal favorite. I named it after Texas because I want to move there, also because you don't mess Texas.

USS Dallas NCC-361836-A (Defiant Class): This ship is my grinding ship that use to quickly mow through a bunch of missions in a short amount of time. I named it after the City of Dallas because I'm a Cowboys fan, and I want to move to the rural East Texas area just outside of Dallas.

USS Florida NCC-281861 (Sovereign Class): I'm about to get this ship and figured that I would name it after my home State, will likely keep it in my stable just because. Might play with it for a bit before switching back to the Dallas or Texas.

My next 2 free ships will be named the Montgomery A, which is the name of my son and first capital of the Confederacy, and Brahman which is the mascot for my alma mater South Florida.

My previous ships were named Montgomery (Miranda Class), Brooksville (Constitution Class), and Stonewall (Akira Class). I did not like the way they played so I deleted them from my stable of ships.

Last edited by bubbafloyd; 06-10-2013 at 11:13 AM.
Captain
Join Date: Jun 2012
Posts: 5,500
# 2129
06-10-2013, 12:12 PM
U.S.S. Red October (Jem'hadar carrier)

Great movie.
I am the STO Lorax. I picked myself up and left, until the day the fun is replanted.
Lt. Commander
Join Date: Apr 2013
Posts: 236
# 2130
06-10-2013, 12:19 PM
When I first started playing, my inspiration for ship names came from the New Generation arc of Robotech (known in Japan as Genesis Climber Mospeda).

Flagship: U.S.S. Ikazuchi (Odyssey-Class Tactical Cruiser). The Ikazuchi-class were the carriers that had the quick-launch Alpha Bays on the sides. I liked the name and it's stuck with me. Also, Ikazuchi is a Japanese word for Lightning and was a class of destroyer in the 19th Century.
U.S.S. Izumo (Heavy Cruiser Retrofit). That was the huge command ship that appeared at the end of Mospeda. In Robotech: The Shadow Chronicles, they renamed it as the SDF-4 Liberator.
U.S.S. Ark Angel (Galaxy-Class). The Ark Angel was the colony ship that appeared at the end of The Shadow Chronicles.

After that, I went with some other naming conventions

U.S.S. Newport News: Ushaan-class. Named after the destroyer my dad served on as a gunner.
U.S.S. Britannia: Ambassador-class. That was the name that came with it and I thought it was a good name for a ship.
U.S.S. Graviton City (Sovereign-class). Named after the main setting for Project A-ko, one of my favorite anime movies. And yes, I do have bridge officers on it named A-ko, B-ko, and C-ko!
I.S.S. Elizabeth Bathroy (Mirror Patrol Escort). I came with the name Elizabeth, so I thought since it was from the Mirror Universe that it sounded like it should be named after The Blood Countess.
I.S.S. Dark Star (Mirror Deep Space Science Vessel). Named after the John Carpenter film. It also just sounded evil!

For my Federation small ships, I have a runabout called U.S.S. New River, which is a river near where my grandparents lived. I also a Type-8 Shuttle called the Ryo-Ohki, which is named after the cabbit in Tenchi-Muyo!

For my Romulan alt, she's in a ship called the Flamebird--a name of one of the crime-fighting duo on Krypton in the Superman comics. My Klingon alt sails on a ship called the Turisas, which is named after a symphonic metal band that got their name from a Finnish god of war.

Last edited by djxprime; 06-10-2013 at 12:25 PM.
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