|Affiliation:||United Federation of Planets|
|Launched:||early 23rd century|
It was the first of the Declaration-class, intended specifically to travel the main Federation space routes between major member worlds, such as Earth–Alpha Centauri. It began service in 2123 SFC (c. 2195) (TOS reference: Spaceflight Chronology).
Spaceflight Chronology based the Declaration-class class on an image originally designed by Matt Jefferies during the early pre-production stage of Star Trek. After the show was cancelled, the design was considered for use in a planned, but never produced, sci-fi television series by Gene Roddenberry. A portrait of the ship later appeared in Star Trek: The Motion Picture, as the USS Enterprise, which Star Trek Maps developed as the Starliner and UESP Enterprise and other sources have since referenced.
The Declaration-class and thus this USS Enterprise therefore appear very similar to the Starliner and the UESP Enterprise/USS Enterprise (XCV-330). However, it has a very differently shaped nose-section to the original image.
|Ships named Enterprise|
|United Kingdom of Great Britain||HMS Enterprize|
|United States of America||Enterprise • CV-6 • CVN-65 • OV-101|
|United Earth||Starliner 7 • XCV-330 • NX-01|
|United Federation of Planets||Declaration-class • NCC-1701 • NCC-1701-A • NCC-1701-B • NCC-1701-C • NCC-1701-D • NCC-1701-E|
|Terran Empire (mirror universe)||HMS Enterprize • NX-01 • NCC-1701 • NCC-1701-A • ICC-1701-D • NCC-1701-E|
|Galactic Commonwealth (mirror universe)||Free Starship Enterprise|
|Federation (alternate reality)||Enterprise (early 23rd century) • NCC-1701|
|Terran Empire (mirror universe) (alternate reality)||NCC-1701|
|Federation (alternate futures)||NCC-1701-F • NCC-1701-J • NCC-1701-∞|
|United Earth (alternate realities)||UESS Enterprise • ESS Enterprise|
|Federation (other alternate realities)||FSS Enterprise • US Enterprise • USS Enterprise • USV Enterprise • USS Enterprise-E|
|Interstellar Coalition (alternate reality)||ICV Enterprise|
| Interstellar Union|
|IUES Enterprise I|