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Ships Named Enterprise

In fact and fiction, there have been many ships named Enterprise (or variant spellings). From British sailing ships to the fiction of "Star Trek", the name Enterprise has garnered a rich history.


 

Quiz ID:#22017
Fun:** (1.82)
Difficulty:*** (2.13)
Category:Other
Created By:cnmne*us*****

 

 

 



#1   In what year did Enterprise win the America's Cup yacht race?






#2   The first British HMS Enterprise was a captured ship. From what country did the British capture the ship?






#3   The first American Enterprise was a captured British ship. What was the former name of that ship?






#4   During World War 2, what type of vessel was the British HMS Enterprise?






#5   What was the registry of the United States aircraft carrier USS Enterprise of World War 2?






#6   With the launching of the second USS Enterprise aircraft carrier in 1960, how many United States (and Continental) Navy ships had borne the name Enterprise?






#7   In the "Star Trek" universe, in what year was the first Federation starship Enterprise launched?






#8   In the "Star Trek" universe, in what movie did the Enterprise-B appear?






#9   In the "Star Trek" universe, in what battle was the Enterprise-C destroyed?






#10   In the "Star Trek" universe, what class was the Enterprise-E?






#11   During the American Civil War, a hot-air balloon named Enterprise was used by the Confederate States of America (South).




#12   The space shuttle Enterprise was the first shuttle to be launched into earth orbit.




#13   In the "Star Trek" universe, the first captain of the Enterprise-D was Jean-Luc Picard.




 

 


   



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