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The Bonaventure in Elysia

The USS Bonaventure (10281NCC) was a Terran starship in service in the late 21st century. She was the first starship equipped with Zefram Cochrane's second generation warp engines.

History and specificationsEdit

The Bonaventure was lost in the year 2079, on her third mission. At the time, it was believed that it had suffered a failure due to a design flaw in its warp engines. Cochrane disputed this theory, and the loss of the Bonaventure pushed him to establish the Warp Five Complex. (SCE eBook: Where Time Stands Still)

Delta triangle and gorn space

Star map showing the loss of the Bonaventure.

In 2269, the USS Enterprise discovered the Bonaventure trapped inside a "pocket dimension" called Elysia in a region known as the Delta Triangle, in which ships have been mysteriously disappearing for centuries, being transported to Elysia. (TAS episode: "The Time Trap")

Daniel Okagawa, as a young boy, read about the loss of the Bonaventure and other famed lost ships, creating a lifelong fascination with the subject. (SCE eBook: Where Time Stands Still)



The Bonaventure was established in the TAS episode: "The Time Trap" and described as the first Earth ship to have warp drive installed. It was depicted as extremely similar in appearance to the Constitution-class, with a registry of 10281NCC. This would seem at odds with what was later established in the movie Star Trek: First Contact, and by the depiction of the 22nd century in Star Trek: Enterprise.

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