No other information regarding Ross' flagship was indicated onscreen or noted in the episode's script other than at one point it is noted, while Ross is on the viewscreen, that "his ship is taking a pounding as well."
An unnamed starship in 2344 visited Torona IV with a mission of opening diplomatic talks with the Jarada. The captain failed in his pronunciation of the greeting thus ending diplomatic talks between the Jarada and the Federation for twenty years. The record tapes of this encounter were viewed by the USS Enterprise-D crew in 2364 as they prepared for their attempt in opening diplomatic relations with the Jarada. (TNG: "The Big Goodbye")
This ship was a rough-build combination of an Excelsior-refit class parts with two nacelles attached like on normal Excelsior-class ships, and a third connected at the bottom of the saucer with a Constitution-class nacelled pylon. No name or registry was assigned to this model. The only data about this model comes from the Star Trek: Deep Space Nine Technical Manual, though the picture shown in the manual is incorrect.
In 2377, two deep space vessels were redirected toward the position of USS Voyager. A rendezvous of the three ships was expected sometime in 2382 or 2383. Admiral Hayes mentioned these ships in a message sent to the Voyager. (VOY: "Life Line")