U.S.S. Enterprise NCC-1701-E

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U.S.S. Enterprise[1]

With the destruction of the U.S.S. Enterprise NCC-1701-D in 2371, the next ship off the Sovereign class production line was the U.S.S. Enterprise NCC-1701-E, to continue that venerable line of vessels.[2] The Enterprise, launched in 2372,[3] would be only the second ship in this line,[2][4] taking its place as the most advanced ship in Starfleet.[3]

Constructed at the San Francisco Fleet Yards and commissioned on Stardate 49827.5,[Notes 1] the Enterprise, under the command of Captain Jean-Luc Picard, had substantially the same bridge crew as its immediate predecessor,[3] although Lieutenant Commander Worf had accepted a transfer to Deep Space 9 prior to the ship's launch.[5]


  1. According to "The Price of Freedom: The United Federation of Planets Sourcebook," the Enterprise was commissioned on Stardate 49027.9; this was contrary to the date given on the ship's commissioning plaque, visible on the bridge set in Star Trek: First Contact, however, which listed the commissioning date as Stardate 49827.5. The erroneous stardate from "The Price of Freedom," therefore, has been disregarded.


  1. Star Trek: Insurrection. Film. 11 December 1998.
  2. 2.0 2.1 "The Price of Freedom: The United Federation of Planets Sourcebook." Star Trek: The Next Generation Roleplaying Game, Supplement 25100. Game. February 1999. Last Unicorn Games, Inc.
  3. 3.0 3.1 3.2 Star Trek: First Contact. Film. 22 November 1996.
  4. "Starships." Star Trek Roleplaying Game, Book 3. Game. 2003. Decipher, Inc.
  5. "The Way of the Warrior." Star Trek: Deep Space Nine, Episodes 473-474. Television. 2 October 1995.