The German’s know how to do a Star Trek web site, and Bernd Scneider’s is further proof. Contains pictures of most of the starships ever mentioned in Star Trek as well as articles on a wide-variety of related topics.
Created by Masao Okazaki and hosted by Bernd Schneider, this site gives us a look at some of the ships from Starfleet’s early years.
As the name implies, this site is an excellent source for technical information on starships, starbases, technologies, and other topics.
A wealth of information on the LCARS computer system, Star Trek Books, and Star Trek episodes.
The man who made Ships of the Star Fleet possible by graciously donating many of the computer-generated view of the various starships.
The current "hot" computer and traditional media showcase site. Always something beautiful is on display.
Another gracious donator of ship images, as well as some of the astounding artwork seen on the covers of many issues of Dockyard Review. The site has been dormant for a bit, but it looks like their may be life.
Though it has been dormant for many years, a number of the artists who have donated their work to our publications are showcased at this excellent artwork site.
We liked this site so much, we used to help host it. It is home of probably the most complete set of starship schematics on the Internet.
Another source for artwork, this site has hundreds of amazing pictures across Star Trek, Star Wars, Babylon Five, Space: 1999, and others. Generally updated monthly with new additions.
A Spanish language website (with an English page) specializing in vector graphic blueprints.
The largest Star Trek club in existence (per the 2003 Guinness Book of World Records)
An administrative unit of STARFLEET of which the Bright Star is a part.
A chapter of STARFLEET located in Seattle, WA and command of the ASDB's Chairman.
A former chapter of STARFLEET in Region Five, she remains Bright Star's Home Port in her fiction.
A chapter of STARFLEET located in TN and former command of the ASDB's Chairman.
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