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Old 06-14-2008, 12:59 AM
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Did Voyager have a yacht? I thought it was only the larger ships that had that luxury.
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Old 06-14-2008, 10:14 AM
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I also found this link http://www.ex-astris-scientia.org/in...encies-voy.htm where they detail the loss of the shuttles, as well as Voyager inconsistencies. They call the yacht the Areoshuttle. I've been looking for a website where someone sat and counted all the lost shuttles.
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And why did they never take the Captain's yacht out? Never. You can see it there clearly in the saucer part of the ships under belly.

I guess it is good they never took it out because Chakotay, Paris or Janeway would have crashed it and then they would have had a big hole in the belly of the ship.

And medusapartner you are talking to a Voyager and Janeway fan... flaws and all. Just an FYI.
delighted that the show still has fans, and I tuned in from time to time myself. Possibly "Voyager" created more controversy among trekkies than any other of the tv series. I think that the intro titles and music were tops for all the trek shows, and I liked 7:9 but beyond that I won't give it much praise.
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Old 06-14-2008, 04:27 PM
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I never noticed that shape in the hull before, I never would have guessed it was a yacht even if I had! I have to say that VOY title sequence was very beautiful, i still particularly like the moment the ship glides through the blue/green gas cloud that swirls and eddys like water.
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delighted that the show still has fans, and I tuned in from time to time myself. Possibly "Voyager" created more controversy among trekkies than any other of the tv series. I think that the intro titles and music were tops for all the trek shows, and I liked 7:9 but beyond that I won't give it much praise.
And I hated 7 of 9. Don't get me started. UGG. Boobie Barbie Borg comes to save the show and the ship. What ever would they have done without her. They created 7 and the writers forgot they had other characters to write story lines for.
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I never noticed that shape in the hull before, I never would have guessed it was a yacht even if I had! I have to say that VOY title sequence was very beautiful, i still particularly like the moment the ship glides through the blue/green gas cloud that swirls and eddys like water.
Voyager does have one of the prettiest opening sequences ever. I love the start.
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And I hated 7 of 9. Don't get me started. UGG. Boobie Barbie Borg comes to save the show and the ship. What ever would they have done without her. They created 7 and the writers forgot they had other characters to write story lines for.
I wonder, were Voyager's ratings higher pre or post 7:9's intro into the story? Anecdotally, I remember several people who started watching the show again because of her addtion to the crew. I esp enjoyed her plainspoken criticisms of the general philosophy and tactics of Janeway and others in the crew. But, maybe that is just me.
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Actually when I rewatched the series as I bought the DVD's off of ebay, The Doctor and Nelix grew on me.... and Seven and Tuvok gave me a headache.
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I think Seven introduced much needed tension to the crew... After like episode 5 everyone was one big happy family... I understand the need to work together and all, but come on, they were the federation and rebels against the policy of that federation you would think someone would be vocally against the stuff Janeway does sometimes. In that way Seven served as an easy route for the writers to go, if they needed someone to critisize the policies/decision anyone on board the ship made they could just drag in Seven. Plus she has the added bonus from her Borg intelligence, she can argue with anyone on board because she has the assimilated knowledge to rival anyone on Voyager. So in a way it makes sense that she would be featured more.
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I also found this link http://www.ex-astris-scientia.org/in...encies-voy.htm where they detail the loss of the shuttles, as well as Voyager inconsistencies. They call the yacht the Areoshuttle. I've been looking for a website where someone sat and counted all the lost shuttles.
Nice catch on this!!!
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