Archer's painting of the Enterprise
The Enterprise on display at the recreation deck
was an Enterprise 18th century Human naval frigate.
2151 until 2161, Jonathan Archer, the captain of the United Earth Starfleet starship , had a painting of Enterprise Enterprise hanging in his ready room. ( )
Star Trek: Enterprise
While viewing the captain's display of ships named
in Enterprise 2154, Shran asked Archer if he had personally served aboard the various vessels on display. Archer noted that many of these vessels were active before his time, and that frigate sailed "almost four hundred years" before. ( : " ENT ")
Crewman Daniels had another reproduction of the painting in his quarters. (
: " ENT ")
Shockwave, Part II
2270s, a collection of paintings decipting the various vessels named Enterprise was featured on the recreation deck of the USS , which included a picture of this ship. ( Enterprise )
Star Trek: The Motion Picture
Archer's painting was drawn by
illustrator and designer John Eaves. It is an almost exact copy of a photo of the US Navy frigate USS ("Old Ironsides") stationed in Boston. A picture of the first Constitution HMS appears in the opening credits of Enterprize Star Trek: Enterprise .
On Board the Enterprise (pg. 8), this
was a British sloop formerly named
. This ship was captured and retrofitted into a warship by the Americans in 1775.
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