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I think the design makes sense, even if its not that pretty. And as to the first ship to have warp drive installed line, maybe Scotty was referencing another of the long achievments in the timeline of warp drive, like 'breaking the time barrier' that Tyler said in the Cage or the first 'warp five ship' like the NX-01. Going by visual evidence, i think it looks like a halfway between the Daedalus and the Constitution, so maybe it was an advancement in warp technology that occured in the late 2200s/early 2300s. I remember old novels separating warp into 'second generation warp drive' and so on. Maybe Bonaventure was the first ship to try out antideuterium instead of antihydrogen or some goof like that.
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