List of ships of the United States Navy named Enterprise
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|USS Enterprise (1775)||70-ton sloop||10 May 1775||7 July 1777||Burned to prevent capture, 7 July 1777.|
|Enterprise (1776)||25-ton schooner||June 1776||February 1777||Returned to the Maryland Council of Safety in 1777. Would not have used USS prefix.|
|USS Enterprise (1799)||135-ton schooner/brig||
||Fired the first shots in the First Barbary War against the Tripolitanian ship Tripoli. Broken up after being stranded on Little Curacao Island in the West Indies.|
|USS Enterprise (1831)||197-ton schooner||
||Sold, 28 October 1844.|
|USS Enterprise (1874)||615-ton barque screw sloop||
||Lent to Massachusetts Maritime Academy, 17 October 1892 – 4 May 1909. Sold, 1 October 1909.|
|USS Enterprise (SP-790)||66-foot motor patrol boat||6 December 1917||2 August 1919||Transferred to the Bureau of Fisheries on 2 August 1919.|
|USS Enterprise (CV-6)||Yorktown-class aircraft carrier||12 May 1938||17 February 1947||Served with unparalleled distinction in World War II, the most awarded and decorated ship of that war. Scrapped, 1 July 1958 – May 1960.|
|USS Enterprise (CVN-65)||Enterprise-class aircraft carrier||25 November 1961||3 February 2017||World's first nuclear powered aircraft carrier. As of 2012, the U.S. Navy's longest serving combat vessel, and third-oldest commissioned vessel after USS Constitution and USS Pueblo. Inactive since December 2012, some scrapping started in 2013 prior to official decommissioning on 3 February 2017.|
|USS Enterprise (CVN-80)||Gerald R. Ford-class aircraft carrier||2028||Announced by Secretary of the Navy Ray Mabus.|
- USS Enterprise (BLDG 7115) – U.S. Navy training facility and simulator (2005–2011)
- USS Enterprise (disambiguation) – includes non-military ships, aircraft, and spacecraft named USS Enterprise
- HMS Enterprise – ships of the British Royal Navy named HMS Enterprise
- Enterprise (disambiguation) § Vessels – other vessels named Enterprise
- "The Legend of Enterprise". US Navy. Archived from the original on 2013-03-01.
- Newport News (25 January 2017). "USS Enterprise decommissioning set for Feb. 3". Dailypress.com. Retrieved 15 October 2018.
- Kelly, Erin; Green, Kevin (24 August 2017). "Crews cut first steel for next aircraft carrier Enterprise". WAVY.com.
Rear Adm. Brian Antonio said the ship is expected to be ready by 2028.
- "Navy's Next Ford-Class Aircraft Carrier to be Named Enterprise". 1 December 2012. Archived from the original on 2015-07-14. Retrieved 2012-12-01..
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