USS ENTERPRISE NCC – 1701 Version 2. p6

First of its kind

The U.S.S. CONSTITUTION and the name that the class is forever known by and one of her sisters becomes the most famous in the Federation and Starfleet history and that is the U.S.S. ENTERPRISE.

One of the issue some of us have with the system of numbers is they are very random and some going lower as with the U.S.S. EAGLE  NCC- 956 ?

but more on this little problem later as my time is short today. so here is a number of renders of the first and one that never returns. NCC – 1700

 I made some other changes in my Fan list and number by dropping USS Defiant from 1764 back down to 1714 and the commissioned ships number 13 and 16 are empty not having any other reference’s at hand, but could be USS Tashik-Sotra. I think this is a suggestion by Matt Jefferies as a Vulcan named ship before using the Intrepid.

-Others for consideration-
Lafayette NCC-1866
Tashik-Sotra NCC-1865
Bonhomme Richard NCC-1712
El Dorado NCC-1722
Hornet NCC-1714
Krieger NCC-1728
Merrimac NCC-1715
Monitor NCC-1713
Saratoga NCC 1724
Tori NCC-1725
Wasp NCC-1721
Columbia NCC-1707
Ajax NCC 1071
Challenger NCC-1729
Venture NCC-1730

Or other suggestions ?

7 thoughts on “USS ENTERPRISE NCC – 1701 Version 2. p6

  1. Looking fantastic, Ger. 😀

    Yeah, the numbers are interesting. Gene originally wanted them all to be NCC-17XX numbers, but doing the Constitution for The Doomsday Machine gave them their one opportunity to show another ship of the class. Since they were using the AMT model, they just rearranged the numbers, to make it NCC-1017. The Republic’s number was stated, but they never showed the ship, so it’s pure speculation that she’s a Connie. Then there was also a chart in one of the Commodore’s offices, I think Stone’s office in Court Marital, that showed repair status on several ships. No names were given, but that showed numbers. That’s been assumed to be showing other Starship class ships. So, they were matched up with Connies. And, of course, the CGI days allowed them to do ships with different numbers, first with the Defiant on Enterprise, then with that ship and others on TOS-R. So, some of the numbers are technically canon. USS Eagle, NCC-959 is stupid. If I remember correctly, that comes from the “Operation Retrieve” plans from the home video release of Star Trek VI. The poster has that name and number and the picture shows a Connie. So, that’s technically canon also.

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  2. I’ve been making my own comprehensive list, including for the Constitution class. It comes in handy for fan fiction and creating starship designs, when I have the time. It’s an extensive, and in-progress list for the Constitution class alone.

    I assume that the ones before 1700 were converted from an older, but similar enough class.

    That means the:
    NCC-1631 USS Intrepid (Destroyed in 2268)
    NCC-1634 USS Retainer (not decided yet)
    NCC-1647 USS Farragut (Presumed Destroyed in 2257)
    NCC-1649 USS Arbela
    NCC-1655 USS Daniel Soule (that, or Chicago class USS Philadelphia. Haven’t decided which)
    NCC-1657 USS Potemkin
    NCC-1658 USS Kaga
    NCC-1664 USS Excalibur (damaged beyond repair in 2262)
    NCC-1669 USS Akagi (that or USS Lethe, Potamos class. I prefer Madkoifish’s design, but he never gave the Potamos a registry number, something that leaves a sort of hole for me)
    NCC-1672 USS Exeter
    NCC-1691 USS Asimov (that or USS Billy Bong; Chicago class. Haven’t decided on which yet)

    Now, as for what these ships looked like, I’m thinking something like the Kelvinprise. As for the class name: that would be an interesting project.

    NCC-1703 USS Hood (Destroyed in 2268)
    NCC-1705 USS Excalibur (formerly USS Daystrom until the USS Excalibur (NCC-1664) was damaged beyond repair in 2262 courtesy the M5 supercomputer)
    NCC-1706 USS Gagarin or Exeter (having a devil of a time deciding which one. I like supporting fan series, but this registry contradicts the canon registry of NCC-1672, unless we assume she was destroyed before the events that take place in said fan series)
    NCC-1707 USS Hood (was the USS Ranger until the destruction of the USS Hood (NCC-1703) in 2268; Destroyed in 2286)
    NCC-1708 USS Intrepid (Destroyed in 2262)
    NCC-1709 USS Lexington (Destroyed in 2299)
    NCC-1710 USS Kongo (Destroyed in 2269)
    NCC-1711 USS Melbourne
    NCC-1712 USS Bonhomme Richard
    NCC-1713 USS Confederate or Monitor (haven’t decided as of yet)
    NCC-1714 USS Hornet

    I’d continue this list, but suddenly don’t have the time, since my father decided to that he is watching one of our shows, and will delete it whether I see it or not, since the TV is constantly hungry for more room or recordings.


    • This is cool.. best of luck with the list, I had a lot of fun with this, and thanks for your comment, always interesting to see where other fans go with these things


          • My plan was to add 1-5 new registry numbers every day I had off, rather than finishing it in one sitting, which I don’t have time for. They have no relevancy for my fan fiction now, but I might use the names for the Vesta class if they haven’t already been used by other fans, so it might be worth the time in the long run for me.

            The only way a revised list would work is if I worked on it in Word, and copied and pasted the finished list. Expect for that to happen a long time from now though, since like I said, I’m only adding a few every time I have a day off.



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