Type 7 class
The Type 7 shuttle is a short to medium range craft. Some shuttles are equipped with warp drive and are useful for interstellar travel, while others are restricted to impulse speeds. The impulse engine is located at the very aft of the vessel. The shuttles have escape transporters, which can be reconfigured for use as standard transporters if necessary.
The forward cockpit contains two seats, each with a small console and a view out the shuttlecraft window. The center of the cockpit is not a window but a large display, which gave navigation information and acted as a viewscreen. The aft area had passenger seating and sensor control.
By 2369 most Type 7 shuttlecraft had interiors very similar to that of the Type 6 shuttlecraft.
The hull markings were also changed around 2367. Originally, the shuttle had Starfleet pennants along its nacelle pylons, the full Starfleet registry number of its attached vessel on its rear hull in a narrow italic font and the shuttle number in large font along the midhull. Later shuttles had the registry number without the prefix in the standard font used on the hulls of starships, the Starfleet pennant along the ship's "belt" and the shuttle number in a smaller font contained within the lines of the pennant.
|Starfleet Auxiliary Craft Classes (Active)|
|Runabouts||Danube - Arrow - Delta Flyer - Dynasty - Talon - Volga|
|Transports||Argo - Polaris - Titan - Wyvern Hopper|
|Shuttles||Type 6 - Type 7 - Type 8 - Type 9 - Type 10 - Type 11 - Type 15 - Type 18|
|Fighters||Broadsword class - Peregrine class - Gryphon class - Valkyrie class|
|Captain's Yacht||Aerowing - Galaxy Class Yacht - Sovereign Class Yacht - Waverider|