At the moment, I believe there are very few designs capable of slipstream. The hull of most starships isn't "streamlined" enough for the version that Starfleet uses. I'm afraid I can't recall the reasoning or the nature of quantum slipstream, but it has certainly been discussed. The Typhon Pact novels Plagues of Night
and Raise the Dawn
are among those in which discussion of the necessary features for slipstream adaptation takes place.
-class had to be refitted in order to make it fully and safely slipstream-compatible. We have the Merian
-class science vessels (24th Century Mirandas
with triangular hulls and a tendency to come a cropper), the Mulciber
-class (long and thin, triangular primary hull), Theophrastus
-class (sleek, possibly built specifically for slipstream use?) and the one-of-a-kind Galen
I'm guessing that Nova
-class vessels could probably be refitted, if Merians
I'm wondering if Prometheus
-class ships are too wide?