The much anticipated shuttlecrafts from Eaglemoss are finally here! If you are currently collecting the Star Trek Starships Collection by Eaglemoss then you will definitely want to add this exclusive set of four shuttles to your collection.
The set includes:
- The Galileo (NCC-1701⁄7) shuttle which was a Federation Class F shuttlecraft that was in service with Starfleet in the mid-23rd century, attached to the USS Enterprise. As seen in the Original Series episode, "The Galileo Seven".
- The Goddard shuttle which was a Federation type 6 shuttlecraft that was in service with Starfleet in the mid-24th century, attached to the USS Enterprise-D. It was first featured in the Next Generation episode "The Next Phase". In the episode "Relics" Captain Picard "loaned" the Goddard to Captain Montgomery Scott, as thanks for his role in freeing the Enterprise from the interior of a Dyson sphere.
- The Chaffee shuttle which was a Federation Chaffee-type shuttlepod that was in service with Starfleet in the late 24th century, attached to the USS Defiant. It was designated shuttle 01. It was featured in the Deep Space Nine episode "The Sound of Her Voice"
- The Cochrane shuttle which was a class 2 shuttle used aboard the USS Voyager during its journey through the Delta Quadrant during the late 24th century until its destruction in 2374. It was numbered "04" in order to register it as Voyager's fourth shuttlecraft, and was the shuttle used for Voyager's transwarp tests. It was first featured in the Voyager episode "Threshold". The shuttle was destroyed by the Caatati in the episode "Day of Honor".
These amazingly detailed Star Trek shuttles measure approximately 1-3/4" x 2-3/4" and are finished in metallic resin. They include a display stand and specially-commissioned Okudagram schematic, created by Michael Okuda exactly as he would have done if it had been used on the show. These new Okudagrams are printed on a plastic translucent sheet and also include a stand.
Also included are four mini magazines which profile each shuttle. The mini magazine also have a printed version of the "Okudagram schematic".
(Please note: These mini magazines measure approximately 5-3/4" X 8 1/4". They are much too small to fit in the magazine binder which is sold separately for the regular issues.)