(written from a Production point of view)
Star Trek: The Official Starships Collection is a British partwork magazine which is published by Eaglemoss Collections. It is available in a number of countries worldwide and is authorized and licensed by CBS Consumer Products.
Each fortnightly issue includes a hand-painted ABS and die-cast metal scaled replica of a starship from the Star Trek universe. Notably, Eaglemoss is producing a sizable number of starship designs that have not been manufactured by a licensed company before.
Ben Robinson, the project's manager, utilizes original CGI studio models for reference whenever they are available. For starship designs without available digital 3D models (or when production-used models are deemed unsuitable for practical use), designers including Rob Bonchune, Doug Drexler, Greg Jein, "Mojo" Lebowitz, and Mike Okuda have built or supervised the construction of new ones, under Robinson's aegis. Some of these models have been recreated by independent contractors including Fabio Passaro's Meshweaver Productions and Ed Giddings of Cgreactor. Robinson, a Fact Files veteran, oversees the preparation of the magazines and the decoration of the starship miniatures.
The 3D starship models are converted into tooling masters at the Holinail Group, Eaglemoss' manufacturing partner in Shenzhen, China and 2D renders are often used for the publication's illustrations by its editors in the UK. Reference photographs of studio models, production stills, concept art, and newly-created orthographic views are also used extensively.
Each accompanying twenty-page magazine (measuring 220 × 285 mm) features comprehensive articles about the design, filming, and on-screen appearances of the original studio model(s). New interviews were conducted with a number of Star Trek production staff for the publication. Detailed "in-universe" information about the vessel's history, crew, weapons, and technology is also included.
An online version of each issue is made available to subscribers. Most products are also available through the company's webshops and are commonly retailed by newsagents and booksellers, and through comics, collectibles, and gaming shops affiliated with Diamond Comic Distributors.
Mirror universe, Non-canon, Shuttlecraft, and Special issues are also offered to subscribers and the public, separate from the regular issues. Resin dedication plaques and premium binders have also been produced. Convention-exclusive issues will be made available to convention attendees and subscribers.
UK issues Edit
|1||USS Enterprise NCC-1701-D
|2||USS Enterprise NCC-1701 (2271)||135 mm||1:2260|
|3||Klingon Bird-of-Prey (B'rel Class)
|5||Romulan Warbird||135 mm||1:10000|
|6||USS Voyager NCC-74656
|7||K't'inga-Class Battle Cruiser||134 mm||1:2610|
|8||USS Excelsior NCC-2000
|9||USS Defiant NX-74205
|10||Borg Sphere||67 mm||1:9000|
|11||USS Reliant NCC-1864
|12||USS Thunderchild NCC-63549||120 mm||1:3870|
|14||Cardassian Galor Class||140 mm||1:2660|
|15||USS Equinox NCC-72381
|17||USS Dauntless NX-01-A
|18||Bajoran Solar-Sailor||83 mm||1:390|
|19||USS Stargazer NCC-2893
|20||Klingon Attack Cruiser||135 mm||1:3570|
|21||USS Enterprise NCC-1701-E
|22||Krenim Temporal Weapon Ship||150 mm||1:10350|
|23||Nebula Class (USS Honshu)
|24||Xindi Insectoid Warship||131 mm||1:1150|
|25||USS Prometheus NX-59650
|26||Tholian Starship (2152)||129 mm||1:120|
|27||Romulan Bird-of-Prey (2152)
|30||Nausicaan Fighter||104 mm||1:870|
|31||Romulan Warbird Valdore||96 mm||1:6270|
|32||Starfleet Runabout (USS Orinoco)||115 mm||1:201|
|33||Cardassian Hideki Class
|34||Vulcan Surak Class
|35||Klingon Bird-of-Prey (2150s)
|36||Oberth Class (USS Grissom)
|37||Andorian Battle Cruiser
|38||Starfleet Delta Flyer
|40||USS Enterprise NCC-1701-B
|42||USS Pasteur NCC-58925
|43||Species 8472 Bioship
|44||United Earth Starfleet Intrepid||106 mm||1:1557|
|45||Malon Export Vessel||118 mm||1:4364|
|46||USS Enterprise NCC-1701-C
|47||Klingon IKS Negh'Var||110 mm||1:6203|
|48||Armored USS Voyager (2378)
|49||ECS Fortunate||135 mm||1:2000|
|50||USS Enterprise NCC-1701 (2266)
|51||Hirogen Warship||122 mm||1:1230|
|52||USS Centaur NCC-42043||120 mm||1:1750|
|53||Klingon Augments' Ship
|54||Steamrunner Class (USS Appalachia)
|55||Vulcan D'Kyr Type||119 mm||1:5042|
|56||Saber Class (USS Yeager)
|57||Romulan Bird-of-Prey (2260s)||86 mm||1:1523|
|58||Borg Tactical Cube
|59||USS Relativity NCV-474439-G||128 mm||1:1508|
|60||SS Botany Bay
|61||Norway Class (USS Budapest)
|62||Voth Research Vessel
|66||USS Raven NAR-32450
|67||Klingon D7-Class Battle Cruiser
|68||Federation Attack Fighter
|70||Voth City Ship
|71||Goroth's Klingon Transport Ship
|72||USS Enterprise NCC-1701-A||135 mm||1:2260|
|73||Borg Renegades' Ship
|75||USS Enterprise NCC-1701-E Captain's Yacht (Cousteau)||105 mm||1:319|
|78||USS Voyager's Aeroshuttle
|79||Harry Mudd's Class-J Starship (Stella)||111 mm||1:162|
|80||Federation Mission Scout Ship||120 mm||1:200|
|81||Xindi-Reptilian Warship||139 mm||1:1071|
|82||United Earth Starfleet Warp Delta||105 mm||1:1238|
|83||Bajoran Assault Vessel||90 mm||1:1564|
|84||NX Alpha Prototype||113 mm||1:177|
|85||Federation Holoship||138 mm||1:1790|
|89||USS Enterprise NCC-1701-J|
|90||Romulan Scout Ship|
|91||USS Saratoga NCC-31911|
|93||Suliban Cell Ship|
|95||New Orleans Class (USS Kyushu)|
|TBA||Academy Flight Trainer|
|TBA||Klingon D5-Class Battle Cruiser|
|TBA||Orion Scout Ship|
|TBA||USS Enterprise NCC-1701 (Phase II refit)|
|TBA||USS Enterprise (Planet of the Titans) (version 1)|
|TBA||USS Enterprise XCV-330|
|TBA||Vulcan Long Range Shuttle|
Mirror universe issues Edit
|M2||ISS Enterprise NX-01
Convention-exclusive issues Edit
The first issue will be exclusively retailed at the New York Comic-Con International convention between 6-9 October 2016. Both of the announced starship designs or decos are apocryphal and did not appear in canon Star Trek productions. Subscribers will also be able to purchase these issues.
|TBA||SS Yorktown NCC-1717||129 mm||1:2240|
|TBA||USS Enterprise (Planet of the Titans) (version 2)|
Non-canon issues Edit
Following successful online fan petitions championed by The Trek Collective , two issues will feature apocryphal (non-canon) starships that primarily appear in Star Trek novels and calendars. These issues are tentatively slated for release in 2017.
|TBA||USS Titan NCC-80102|
|TBA||USS Aventine NCC-82602 (β)|
Special issues Edit
Eaglemoss received licensing to release starships from Star Trek's alternate reality as "special" issues, alongside unique starships and space stations from Star Trek's prime reality. Special issue models are considerably larger than the standard releases and retail at roughly twice the price. The company plans to release them on a quarterly basis, and subscribers receive a small discount when they opt to purchase them as they premiere.
|SP1||Deep Space 9
|SP2||USS Enterprise NCC-1701 (alternate reality)
|SP6||NX-Class Refit (SS Enterprise NX-01)
|SP11||Deep Space Station K-7|
Shuttlecraft issues Edit
Shuttlecraft issues were first previewed to subscribers in Germany, Austria, and Luxembourg in January 2015. In those countries, "Premium" subscribers (who have paid a small additional monthly fee) receive a shuttle every twenty issues. The first shuttle reached subscribers in November 2015. 
The first four shuttlecraft saw a small initial production run and were initially available only as a four-pack in other markets. These ships may be offered as individual issues at a later time and alternate deco variants of them may also be manufactured in the future, if further production runs occur. 
An eight-page booklet (measuring 150 × 210 mm) which exclusively contains "in-universe" information accompanies each model. It features master systems display illustrations (okudagrams) newly created for each issue by Mike Okuda. These schematics are also printed onto translucent plastic sheets (measuring 120 × 80 mm) which can be mounted on (included) plastic clip stands.
On 4 September 2016, a second shuttlecraft four-pack was confirmed for release around Christmas 2016 and the project manager indicated that a third four-pack was being planned.
|02||Shuttlecraft Type-6 (Goddard)
|03||Shuttlecraft Type-10 (Chaffee)
|04||Shuttlecraft Type-9 (Cochrane)
|TBA||Shuttlepod (22nd century)|
Starship sets Edit
Each set includes a fifty-page booklet (measuring 168 × 216 mm) which contains content covering all of the starships in the set, compiled from the previously released individual magazines as detailed above. The third set's booklet has sixty-five pages to accommodate the content for the four-pack's extra ship. The starship models are identical to their earlier releases and are packaged individually within the outer box.
Starship dedication plaques Edit
Commencing in August 2015, painted metallic resin starship dedication plaques were made available. The first release was distributed to subscribers earlier as a gift premium.
|1||USS Enterprise NCC-1701-D Dedication Plaque||216 mm||1:1.6|
|2||USS Voyager Dedication Plaque||216 mm||1:1.6|
|3||USS Defiant Dedication Plaque||216 mm||1:1.6|
|4||USS Enterprise NCC-1701 Dedication Plaque||253 mm||1:1.3|
|5||Enterprise NX-01 Dedication Plaque||250 mm||1:1.4|
|6||USS Enterprise NCC-1701-E Dedication Plaque||216 mm||1:1.6|
|7||USS Enterprise NCC-1701-A Dedication Plaque|
|8||USS Franklin NX-326 Dedication Plaque|
Gift premiums Edit
Gift premiums (known here as "loyalty gifts") have been delivered to subscribers. These free items include a binder for holding the magazines, a cast resin USS Enterprise-D dedication plaque, a three-nacelled Future USS Enterprise-D model, and a battery-powered, LED-illuminated PVC Borg Cube.
Early Japanese subscribers received a smaller LED-illuminated PVC Borg Cube (approximating the television version of the cube) after De Agostini, the magazine's local publisher, declined to release the UK Borg Cube (that approximated the movie version) in Japan and manufactured their own. De Agostini also released a key ring as a gift exclusively in Japan, in lieu of the UK's free magazine binder.
Although they were initially advertised as subscriber "exclusives", the UK version of the Borg cube and the Enterprise-D plaque were later retailed to the general public through Eaglemoss' webshop in 2015, while the Future Enterprise-D model reached the webshop in 2016.
Distribution issues have resulted in some subscribers receiving their gift premiums months later than the scheduled intervals indicated on the magazine's subscription sites. Nonetheless, the magazine's Terms and Conditions state that the company has the right to modify this schedule (and the gifts) unilaterally.
For American and Canadian subscriptions, the gift premiums are scheduled for much later subscriber milestones than is the case for all other territories.
|1||N/A||Magazine Binder||300 mm||N/A|
|1†||N/A||USS Enterprise Command Division (TOS) Key Ring||45 mm||N/A|
|2||N/A||USS Enterprise-D dedication plaque||216 mm||1:1.6|
|3||N/A||Future USS Enterprise NCC-1701-D ("All Good Things...")||139 mm||1:4610|
|4||N/A||Borg Cube||150 mm||1:20600|
|4†||N/A||Borg Cube||80 mm||1:37500|
Premium binders with starship illustrations on their covers have been made available to supplement the standard binder design (as seen above).
UK test marketing Edit
The first five issues were test-marketed at retail in England's South West region beginning in May 2012. The company's website also began to solicit UK subscriptions at that time. Due to unexpected heavy demand and the resulting production and distribution challenges, new subscriptions were suspended at the end of July 2012.
Upon receipt of the first five issues, subscribers were advised that the magazine had been suspended and that confirmation of forthcoming issues from the publisher was pending. Free gift premiums were not distributed to subscribers. This type of early "test release" is a common practice for partwork publishers.
UK and Ireland marketing Edit
In September 2012, a Facebook page was established for the magazine and Eaglemoss subsequently announced that a full UK roll-out of the line was slated for February 2013. New subscriptions resumed on 17 September 2012 and the company confirmed that gift premiums and more issues were forthcoming.
At the very inception of the project, a production run of fifty issues was foreseen,  but by the time the project was gearing up for its regular run, the company had plans for seventy issues and displayed a provisional list at the Destination Star Trek London convention in October 2012. Since the provisional list was first shown, a number of possible additional issues have been identified by the magazine's project manager through social media. Residents of the Republic Of Ireland were added to the UK subscriber base in early 2013.
On 9 January 2013, the company announced that the line would be indefinitely placed on hiatus until a new manufacturer was found, following the closure of their contracted production facility by Chinese authorities. The starship models produced by the first factory were used for the UK and Japanese test releases and a number later appeared in large-volume online auctions from Hong Kong. Notably, the early Klingon Bird-of-Prey, USS Enterprise-D, and Future USS Enterprise-D models display paintwork that differs markedly from later releases.
In early April 2013, Eaglemoss sent emails to subscribers stating that the magazine was back in production at a new factory and indicated that shipping would resume in August 2013. This re-launch date was confirmed on the line's newly redesigned website in May 2013 and the first issue was re-released on 21 August 2013.
Data Base Factory manages Eaglemoss' subscription, webshop, and customer services for the UK market. Eaglemoss and Data Base Factory are sister companies and are both subsidiaries of the Financière Aurénis Group.  COMAG UK distributes subscription mailings in the UK and Ireland. Most products are also available through Diamond Comics-affiliated shops.
International marketing Edit
Following the successful roll-out of the magazine in the UK and Ireland, Eaglemoss launched the magazine in a number of other territories worldwide.
English-language magazines distributed outside of the UK are identical to the UK releases. A small number of models with minor painting errors have had these paint issues corrected during subsequent production runs.
Aside from those countries where it has entered into joint ventures with established outside publishing partners, Eaglemoss has utilized its sister company, Data Base Factory, for its customer services, distribution, translation, and editorial services for non-English language areas. 
In Japan, the line is published and distributed by De Agostini and carries its imprint on the cover. The first six issues were released in 2012 in a test marketing run, similar to the UK's initial test release. De Agostini's subscriber website went live in April 2014 and the first issue was re-released on 20 May 2014.  Outer packaging and the magazine's running order differ from the UK version.
In May 2013, the company launched their US website and American subscribers began to receive issues in October 2013. At the same time, the line was also made available for retail sale by US retailers affiliated with Diamond Comics. A US webshop has also been launched.
The line was made available to Canadian retailers through Diamond Comics commencing in August 2013 and issues began to reach shops in October 2013. The subscription website went live on 25 January 2014 and issues began to reach subscribers in May 2014. Eaglemoss' UK office administrates Canadian subscriptions and LS Distribution Logistics distributes the magazine in Canada. Only regular issues are offered to subscribers at this time but plaques and special, mirror universe, and shuttlecraft issues are available at local Diamond retailers.
Subscribers have received up to issue 39 but have not received any subsequent issues since February 2016. The publisher hopes to have new distribution under way by November 2016. Canadian access to the US webshop is currently under study.
Early imported issues began to reach retailers in Australia beginning in December 2013. An Australian subscriber website went live in February 2014. Subscriptions and wide retail availability commenced on 31 March 2014. Shuttlecraft issues have not been offered to Australia. Bissett Magazines Pty. Ltd. distributes the line. 
Imported early issues began to reach some New Zealand retailers beginning in December 2013. On 9 August 2014, a New Zealand subscriber website went live. Subscriptions and wide retail availability commenced in October 2014. Netlink Subscriptions, a division of Netlink Distribution Co. Ltd., distributes the line.  Emails sent to subscribers announced that the 2009 Enterprise would be the first special issue available to New Zealand and was shipped in December 2015. No further special issues have since been offered.
After a five-issue test marketing run and website launch in early 2014, the magazine fully relaunched in Germany in January 2015. The magazine's running order differed from the UK's until issue 28. It is distributed by Interabo GmbH.
Availability to Austria was included in Germany's online subscription launch in January 2015.
Availability to Luxembourg was included in Germany's online subscription launch in January 2015.
Subscriptions for the residents of the Netherlands began in July 2015. No retail availability is planned.
Subscriptions for the residents of France began in July 2015. No retail availability is planned.
On 3 October 2014, the company announced that online subscriptions would begin for Spanish subscribers in March 2015 but this did not appear to occur and there has been no further comment on the matter. No retail availability is planned.
The rest of the worldEdit
On 3 October 2014, Eaglemoss announced that they had acquired licensing for all of Europe and stated that the line would begin to be released in the remaining countries of Europe commencing in 2015. The company also stated that it hoped to release the line in other territories in the future but did not offer specific dates or countries. The magazines list additional details for South African, Malaysian, and Singaporean distribution, though the latter has stated that they don't presently carry the magazine.
In a number of countries, retailers have imported issues of the magazine from the UK for resale.
Future issues Edit
Following CBS' and Eaglemoss' decision to increase the number of regular issues to a revised total of ninety in August 2014, project manager Ben Robinson did not discount the possibility of further issues. In an 8 March 2015 Q&A session on the Collection's Twitter page, he wrote, "It's a question of economics, though. If enough people are buying, we'll keep going. We're already doing more ships than anyone ever imagined. Hurrah!"
On 10 December 2015, the company announced the extension of the magazine to 110 issues, excluding special, mirror universe, and shuttle issues. Eaglemoss plans to continue to focus on canon starship designs with few exceptions.  Like prior releases, most upcoming starship variants will not simply be repaints of existing designs but will instead feature newly-created toolings (or parts) which reflect hull modifications made by Star Trek's original production staff. As before, "battle-damaged" starship decos are not generally planned.
Regarding future plans, the project manager stated that he considers every Andorian, Borg, Dominion, Kazon, Klingon, Romulan, Suliban, Tellarite, Vidiian, Vulcan, and Xindi ship to be "essential" to the collection and hopes the magazine will eventually reach 140 to 150 regular issues or more. "Roughly half" of the upcoming starships between issue 70 and 110 will be from the Federation and the company hopes to produce all of the ships seen in the remastered Original Series.
More ships seen in the Battle of Wolf 359 will join the collection and there will be additional ships from Deep Space Nine, The Motion Picture, Insurrection, and the Delta Quadrant. Due to the immense popularity of previous ships named Enterprise that were produced for the Collection, more are forthcoming. Two more shuttlecraft four-packs are planned.
Ben Robinson also indicated that Eaglemoss was inquiring about acquiring licensing to create starships from the upcoming Star Trek: Discovery series. In late February 2016, he received very encouraging responses from John Van Citters of CBS Consumer Products who tweeted, "You gotta keep the starships coming Ben. There’s new ones on the way...". Robinson then asked if Eaglemoss had gained the rights to the new series and Van Citters replied, "Take us to Warp 150. We'll get it done." 
Robinson stated that he was "not allowed to say anything" about the matter at a panel discussion on 4 September 2016 but indicated that he'd be able to say more in the near future. The Collection was expanded to 130 issues plus a number of additional special issues on this date.
In March 2016, the project manager tweeted that Eaglemoss plans to publish at least one book comprised of starship design articles compiled from the Collection's individual magazines. The first book will focus on ships named Enterprise, will be supplemented with additional concept artwork, and is slated to premiere around Christmas 2016. 
Additional provisional issues from the 2012 convention listEdit
- Borg probe
- Borg Queen's vessel
- Jem'Hadar battleship
- Son'a collector
- Son'a command ship
Additional ships from 2012 promotional posterEdit
- Captain Proton's rocket ship
- Kazon Predator-class
- Nebula class variants:
- Romulan science vessel*
- Smuggler's combat vessel
- Tamarian deep space cruiser
- Tellarite cruiser
- Type 11 shuttlecraft
- USS Bozeman
- USS Jenolan*
- USS Rhode Island
- Additional Wolf 359 starships:
- Alternate reality background ships:
- Borg cube (alternate tooling)
- Earth Spacedock
- Starbase 1
- Starbase 375
- ↑ John Van Citters, Vice President of CBS Consumer Products' Product Development, supervises the magazine for CBS and formally announced the expansion of the magazine to ninety issues at The Official Star Trek Convention which was held in Las Vegas from 31 July to 3 August 2014. 
- ↑ Ben Robinson has previously used live-action production CGI studio models to create illustrations for other licensed Star Trek print publications, in the process becoming, at least where the Star Trek franchise was concerned, a pioneer by doing so. He commissioned Rob Bonchune (and others) to render these models for use in the Star Trek Fact Files and its US magazine derivative. Robinson served as project manager, editor, and writer of many issues of those publications (incidentally published by one of Eaglemoss Collections' two original constituent parts, GE Fabbri), foreshadowing his similar role at the Official Starships Collection.
Regarding the availability of production-used digital models, Robinson has stated, "There is an excellent archive of ships from Voyager and Enterprise. Less so with the other shows."  To alleviate this shortage of models, Robinson solicited the input of former Digital Muse Effects Supervisor David Lombardi who turned out to still have a partial database of digital models that Digital Muse had specifically constructed for Deep Space Nine.   Years earlier, Lombardi had constructed a digital model of the Enterprise-E as Digital Muse's solicitation model for possible use in Star Trek: Insurrection and it was his model that was used for the orthographic views in issue 21 of the Collection, alongside the beauty views of the later Star Trek Nemesis version created by Digital Domain. (see: Sovereign-class model)
- ↑ New or replacement CG models that Passaro has provided for the Collection, as identified in social media, include issues 12 (not a new build, but a re-rendered version of the Digital Muse model), 14, 20, 61, 73, and 75.
Praised by Lebowitz for their high level of detail, Ed Giddings' pre-existing Centaur and Excelsior models, constructed for the canceled 2000 Unseen Frontier reference book project, were deemed as ready-made for use in the Official Starships Collection, as was his 2010 spin-off build of the refitted Excelsior-class which he had built for Bonchune's USS Enterprise Owners' Workshop Manual reference book.  New or replacement CG models that Giddings has provided for the Collection, as identified in social media, include issues SP1, 8, 40, 42, 46 and 52.
- ↑ In conjunction with the expansion from seventy to ninety issues, Robinson was able to divulge at a later time that former Star Trek Producer Dave Rossi had made the entire starship database of the remastered Original Series available to the publication.  In this, Robinson really scored a coup for his project as it constituted the first time that the remastered Original Series ships, particularly those specifically constructed for the production,  were made available for products produced for the general public. This availability enabled Robinson to incorporate several of these into the starships lineup past issue 50 (including issues 60 and 63) and the run increase enabled him to slate more for release in later issues.  Rob Bonchune contributed new meshes for issues 57 (though strictly speaking, this was Bonchune revisiting the model he had already constructed for Robinson in 1999 which had made its debut in Star Trek: The Magazine Volume 1, Issue 4) and 62 as the remastered TOS CG models had not reached Robinson by the time the models were first required. However, these models were not quite production-ready as CBS Digital had used Autodesk Maya software for their CGI effects at the time and the models needed to be converted into LightWave 3D, the software package of choice for the vast majority of Star Trek digital modelers. Robinson assigned Fabio Passaro, among others, to this chore.  Ironically, CBS Digital had originally bought the majority of the "hero" ship models from Finnish digital modeler Petri Blomqvist but had to convert them to Maya as he had constructed his models in LightWave. (Sci-fi & fantasy modeller, Vol. 26, p. 48-50) If his models were to be used (such as for the planned Terran Empire Enterprise extra issue), then they need to be reconverted back into LightWave.
- ↑ Following an unsuccessful search and appeal to a number of past Star Trek production artists, it appears that the original CG models created for Star Trek: Insurrection have been lost, necessitating Robinson's decision to commission all-new models for the Collection.  
- Star Trek: The Official Starships Collection - official Australia website
- Star Trek: The Official Starships Collection - official Canada website
- Star Trek: La Collection Officielle Des Vaisseaux Spatiaux - official France website
- Star Trek: Die Offizielle Raumschiffsammlung - official Germany website
- スタートレック・スターシップ・コレクション - official Japan website
- Star Trek: De Officiële Ruimteschepencollectie - official Netherlands website
- Star Trek: The Official Starships Collection - official New Zealand website
- Star Trek: The Official Starships Collection - official UK and Ireland website
- Star Trek: The Official Starships Collection - official US website
- Star Trek: The Official Starships Collection - official Facebook page
- Star Trek: The Official Starships Collection at Twitter.com
- Ben Robinson (project manager) at Twitter.com
- Hero Collector - official Eaglemoss Collections collector website
- Glykokalyx Blog @ Wordpress.com - fan-proposed Starships Index
- Irish Trekkie @ Youtube.com - Star Trek: The Official Starships Collection Reviews
- Some Kind of Star Trek - Official Starships Collection Resource
- Star Trek Starships @ Wordpress.com - Star Trek Starships Collection Review
- The Trek Collective - Starships Index