The first USS Enterprise ever


WORLD'S FIRST USS ENTERPRISE
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What was the world's first USS Enterprise?

Although there were other ships named enterprise, bear in mind that USS" or "U.S.S." (meaning "United States Ship") is only lawfully applied to and used for ships commissioned by and of the United States Navy, so with this in mind the first USS Enterprise was a Continental Navy sloop-of-war that served in Lake Champlain during the American Revolutionary War and saw service from 1775 to July 7, 1777 when she was burnt to avoid capture.

Yes, we know, you're looking for the first Starship Enterprise and that would be USS Enterprise (XCV 330).

The USS Enterprise (XCV 330) appears in Star Trek: The Motion Picture as an illustrations of a chronological series previous ships named Enterprise.

The USS Enterprise (XCV 330), a Declaration class was the first first interstellar liner and was launched in 2123.

The first Enterprise used in Star Trek by chronological order was Enterprise (NX-01) which was launched in 2151 and appeared in the pilot episode of Star Trek: Enterprise 'Broken Bow.'

The USS Enterprise (NCC-1701) was the first Enterprise to be used in the original Star Trek series, launched in 2245, appearing in 'The Cage.'

Finally, the first Enterprise in Star Trek: The Next Generation was the USS Enterprise (NCC-1701-D) which was launched on October 4th, 2363, first appearing in 'Encounter at Farpoint.'

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The first USS Enterprise ever

The first USS Enterprise ever

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