Inspired by this recently resurrected question and beginning a re-watch of ST:Voyager.

  • 6
    By bathroom, do you mean a literal room with a bath or a room with a toilet and sink?
    – Valorum
    Nov 23, 2016 at 9:37
  • An actual bathroom, not just a lavatory or powder room. ^_^
    – miltonaut
    Nov 23, 2016 at 14:02
  • 6
    No. That's why they were so eager to get back to Earth.
    – Liesmith
    Nov 23, 2016 at 19:44

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Janeway's stateroom has a tub.

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Whereas the average crew quarters seem to only have a sonic shower.

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Yes, there are!

In the first episode of Voyager (the Caretaker), Tuvok walks in on Neelix taking a bath. This happens in guest quarters (not a holodeck), so regular crew quarters may not have bathtubs.

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Neelix mentions latrines in "Bride of Chaotica." He tells Janeaway "Replicators aren't the only systems of convenience offline. We've only got four functioning lavatories for a ship of a hundred and fifty people."


Yes, Neexlix aand Capt. Janeway use a bath, Torres has a sonic shower on more than one occasion.

Neelix also mentions the fact that voyager has latrines, as some were broken... but I can't find specific reference to the episode. The only written source i've found is :- http://star-trek.answers.wikia.com/wiki/Why_does_it_seem_that_there_are_no_bathrooms_on_Star_Trek

I think the episode is Year of Hell.

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