Interviewer: What is Chakotay’s first name in the Voyager series? Beltran: Fred. Chakotay is his full name. As I understand it, the Native American tribes never developed the custom of a family name (at least not before being conquered by Europeans).
The name Chakotay means Man Who Walks The Earth But Who Only Sees The Sky and is of American origin. Chakotay is a name that’s been used primarily by parents who are considering baby names for boys. Fictional character from the TV Show “Star Trek: Voyager,” from the Anurabi tribe.
Chakotay’s piloting skills trace back to extensive and early Starfleet Academy training. Chakotay took to wearing his tattoo, a symbol of those jungle descendants, to honor his father, who wore it also; even his own name is a cherished gift from his tribe.
The series finalle ended abruptly partly because we never really got to explore what the show was set out to be about – a ship and its crew struggling to survive.
Chakotay is later one of the members of the crew who were captured by Borg children in “Collective” and was saved after Seven’s intervention. Chakotay died in 2394, following Voyager’s return, and Admiral Janeway visits his grave marker in that episode.
That was where Patrick Stewart gave heart attacks to fans with the stunning announcement that he’d be returning to the franchise with Star Trek: Picard. Though it all had to be done virtually, Kate Mulgrew appeared to do something similar. Captain Janeway (though maybe Admiral Janeway?) is back.
Janeway and Chakotay are on a mission in a shuttle when electrical interference forces them to crash on a planet. The captain sustains critical injuries in a shuttle crash, but Chakotay revives her with CPR. They are captured by the Vidiians and (1) Janeway is strangled by a Vidiian in a cave.
Seven of Nine’s backstory was explained during the course of Star Trek: Voyager. She was born on the Tendara Colony on Stardate 25479 to Magnus and Erin Hansen, and was named Annika. Two years later, Seven of Nine, along with three other drones, crashed on a planet and they were separated from the Borg Collective.
Star Trek Voyager: Why Janeway & Chakotay Never Became A Couple. Despite fan interest, the relationship between Captain Janeway and Commander Chakotay on Star Trek: Voyager never moved past friendship, largely because of a choice made by actress Kate Mulgrew.
Seven eventually bonded with the crew and sparked a romance with First Officer Chakotay (Robert Beltran); she returned to Earth with Janeway’s vessel in Star Trek: Voyager’s series finale, “Endgame”, which was also the last time Seven of Nine was seen in Star Trek canon.
However, based on these web-sites, it is Michael Dorn as Worf who has “appeared” in the most episodes (272) and Colm Meaney ( Chief O’Brien ) at 211 is second.
In the non-canon Trek novels, Chakotay promptly ends his relationship with Seven shortly after returning to the Alpha Quadrant and he takes command of Voyager after Janeway is promoted to Admiral. Chakotay and Janeway do consummate their relationship, but just before Janeway’s untimely death.
In 2000, the episode’s producers were asked what happened to the Borg baby in the episode in an interview. They state ” The baby was returned to its people, which you did not see depicted in an episode. We considered showing it onscreen, but decided it would be best to focus on the remaining Borg kids…”
An Intrepid-class vessel capable of holding 200 crew members, the U.S.S. Voyager NCC-74656 is one of the fastest and most powerful starships in Starfleet. Although only 345 meters long, about half the size of the U.S.S. Enterprise NCC-1701-D, Voyager is more technologically advanced than previous Starfleet vessels.
Admiral Janeway beams aboard Voyager and meets her younger self, and is moved to see a healthy Tuvok and Chakotay again. In Janeway’s Ready Room, the Admiral reveals to the Captain that Voyager did eventually make it back to Earth after another 16 years, and the ship became a museum on the grounds of the Presidio.