S.S. Botany Bay DY-109

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S.S. Botany Bay
S.S. Botany Bay (TOS 24)
S.S. Botany Bay (TOS 24)
Registry DY-109[1]
Class DY-100 class
Commissioned January 1996
22 September 1996
Status Abandoned (2267)
Decommissioned (2258)
Abandoned (2208)
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Prime Timeline

In January 1996, after the Eugenics Wars ended with the defeat of the "supermen," Khan Noonien Singh and 96 of his followers escaped in a DY-100 class vessel, the Botany Bay, placing themselves in cryogenic freeze in the hope of colonizing another world, though this fact was concealed from the general public.[2]

The Botany Bay was recovered more than 200 years later, in 2267, by the U.S.S. Enterprise NCC-1701, under the command of Captain James T. Kirk. Khan and his followers briefly seized control of the Enterprise, and left the Botany Bay adrift in space.[2]

EU Timeline

In January 1996, after the Eugenics Wars ended with the defeat of the "supermen," Khan Noonien Singh and 96 of his followers, with the aid of Gary Seven, stole a prototype DY-100 class vessel, which they named the Botany Bay, from the top-secret Area 51 facility in Nevada. They escaped in cryogenic freeze in the hope of colonizing another world, though this fact was concealed from the general public.[2][3]

The Botany Bay was recovered more than 200 years later, in 2266, by the U.S.S. Enterprise NCC-1701, under the command of Captain James T. Kirk. Khan and his followers briefly seized control of the Enterprise, and left the Botany Bay adrift in space.[2]

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On 22 September 1996, after the Eugenics Wars ended with the defeat of the "supermen," Khan Noonian Singh and 96 of his followers managed to steal a DY-100 class vessel, which they named the Botany Bay, and escaped in cryogenic freeze in the hope of colonizing another world. This fact was concealed from the general public.[2][4][5]

The Botany Bay was recovered more than 200 years later, in 2208, by the U.S.S. Enterprise NCC-1701, under the command of Captain James T. Kirk. Khan and his followers briefly seized control of the Enterprise, and left the Botany Bay adrift in space.[2]


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