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The officer's mess aboard the USS Enterprise

Constitution-class officers mess

The officer's mess aboard the USS Enterprise-A

The officer's mess was a mess hall for officers located on a starship.

Aboard refit Constitution-class vessels during the 2290s, the officer's mess was a long room, lined by several large windows that seemed to face out into space or an image of a starfield.

Generally darkly lit, the room was dominated by a large, curved table and an elaborate chandelier-type ornament affixed to the ceiling. The bulkhead opposite the windows featured painted portraits of several historical figures. The mess aboard the USS Enterprise-A displayed portraits of Abraham Lincoln of Earth and Sarek of Vulcan.

In 2293, Captain Kirk and his crew hosted a dinner for the Klingon Chancellor Gorkon and his party in the officer's lounge aboard the Enterprise-A while escorting Kronos One to a planned, but never held, peace conference on Earth.

Located within the primary hull of the Constitution-class starship, the officer's mess aboard the Enterprise-A was completely destroyed when the hull of that ship was compromised during a space battle in 2293. (Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country)

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Background information Edit

The officer's mess aboard the Enterprise-A was seen only in the sixth film and was a redress of the observation lounge of the USS Enterprise-D from Star Trek: The Next Generation. This room also served as the captain's dining room aboard the Enterprise-D in TNG: "Sins of the Father" and "Violations", and as the observation lounge and reception hall aboard the USS Enterprise-E in Star Trek: First Contact, Star Trek: Insurrection and Star Trek Nemesis.

An officer's mess at Starfleet Medical was also briefly mentioned in a cut scene from Star Trek Nemesis.

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