How accurate are your deck plans?
To create these plans, I spent several grueling months watching
and re-watching almost every episode of Enterprise. Armed with
a yellow legal pad and a pencil, I made extensive notes on
everything from the warp core to the number of shelves located in
the mess hall. Using those detailed notes, some backstage
information from the production, and tiny copies of the sound
stage plans, I set to work on what you see here. Since accuracy
is very important to me, I feel that they are as precise as I could
possibly make them with the information given.
What if I think I have found a flaw?
Don't hesitate to tell me. Just remember that I sometimes had to
make adjustments to the ship to make everything flow together
properly. Sometimes what was built on the sound stage would
not fit into the actual ship.
What is the time frame for the plans?
The deck plans are current with what was seen at the end of the
fourth season episode "Terra Prime".
What programs did you use?
I exclusively use Adobe Photoshop.
Can I post your plans on my website or makes changes to
I can not give anyone permission to use the contents of this
website. Placing any work found here on other sites or making
any changes to these schematics would be a violation of my
intellectual property. Unfortunately no exceptions will be made.
This includes RPG's.
Are they for sale? Can I sell them?
No. The plans are available to anyone for download. If you
purchased these plans, you have been swindled and need to get
your money back. Beware auction websites.
Original NX-01 Computer Interface Design by Mike Okuda. NX-01 Mission Logo/Patch by Wendy Drapanas.
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The works found on this website are based on Star Trek:
Enterprise created by Rick Berman and Brannon Braga.
Original design of the Enterprise NX-01 by Doug Drexler.
Original Computer Model of the Enterprise NX-01 by Pierre
Drolet. Renders of the Enterprise NX-01 by Foundation Imaging
and/or Eden FX and all the talented artists who worked there.
Original Production Design by Herman Zimmerman. Series Art
Direction by Louise Dorton. Series Set Decoration by Jim Mees.
Series Set Designs by Anthony Bro and Fritz Zimmerman.
Original Shuttle Pod design by John Eaves. Life Boat concept
based on a design by Doug Drexler. Original Prop designs by
John Eaves and Jim Martin. Series Property Mastery by Craig
Binkley and Thomas Arp.
Original NX-01 Computer Interface Design by Mike Okuda.
Series Scenic Art supervised by Mike Okuda. Series scenic art
by Wendy Drapanas, Anthony Fredrickson, Alan Kobayashi,
Geoffrey Mandel, Denise Okuda, and James Van Over. NX-01
Mission Logo / Patch by Wendy Drapanas.
Series Technical Advice by Mike Okuda.
Original Costume design by Robert Blackman. Original design
for the Environmental Suit by Jim Martin, John Eaves, and
Robert Blackman. L.U.R.C. suit concept based on a design by
Original series Make-Up and Osmotic Eel designed by Michael
Episode images copyright Paramount Pictures / CBS Studios,
Inc. Matte Paintings by Black Pool Studios and Illusion Arts.