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The Ships of the Line calendar for 2006. In celebration of The Original Series' 40th Anniversary, this year's calendar featured images based only on that series. All the images from this year's calendar were later printed in the Ships of the Line book.
- Cover: Shore Leave, by Doug Drexler
- January: Face of the Unknown, by Daren Dochterman
- February: None Too Soon, The Skies of Home, by Pierre Drolet
- March: Righteous Wrath, by John M. Teska
- April: Starfleet Proving Grounds, by Meni
- The NCC-1000. The Ships of the Line book identifies the pictured vessel as a starship of the Bonaventure-class.
- May: This Unit Must Survive!, by Koji Kuramura
- The USS Enterprise flying through the wreckage of Constitution-class starships. (TOS episode: "The Ultimate Computer")
- June: Final Flight of Galileo, by Petri Blomquist
- The shuttlecraft Galileo II departing the USS Enterprise. The Ships of the Line book states that the Galileo II, the last of her class in service, is departing to her resting place in the Smithsonian Air and Space Museum.
- Center: Repairs at the Rom of Starlight, by Sean Scott
- EV suited personal and shuttlecraft carry out repairs on the Enterprise's Warp nacelles. The Ships of the Line book states that these repairs were being conducted at facilities at Bolarus Prime.
- July: Lady of the Canyons, by Jose Perez
- The shuttlecraft McAuliffe, of the USS Farragut, flying deep in a canyon. The Ships of the Line states the shuttlecraft is flying through canyons on Delta Vega in search of water.
- August: It Would Have Been Glorious!, by Robert Bonchune
- The USS Enterprise and USS Lexington engaging a pair of Klingon D7-classs and a D4-class vessels. The Ships of the Line book implies this image is from a Starfleet simulation of possible Federation/Klingon war. This is the first appearance of Bonchune's D4-class design in a licensed work.
- September: Near Miss, by Michael Stetson
- October: All I Ask Is a Tall Ship, by Lee Stringer
- November: Double the Odds, by Sean Scott
- The separated saucer and stardrive sections of the USS Enterprise engaging a Klingon D7 class vessel.
- December: Beyond Antares, a painting by John Eaves
- The USS Enterprise approaching a high number of planetary bodies.