The Cruiser bridges are heavily based upon, but not closely identical to, the bridge of the Galaxy-class starship U.S.S. Enterprise (NCC-1701-D), as it appears in the television show Star Trek: The Next Generation.
Strangely, the Cruiser bridges feature the Master Systems Display of an Akira-class Heavy Escort, instead of any brand of Cruiser.
Seating testing was carried out with twelve Bridge Officers in the player's line-up.
Classic[edit | edit source]
The Classic bridge features nine of the player's Bridge Officers. The Captain sits alone in front of the tactical console. This bridge is very similar to a bridge design featured in the TNG episode 'Parallels', save the side stations (and the ubiquitous width and vertical exaggerations).
|The Classic Bridge, over the Tactical Console.||The Classic Bridge in wide-angle.|
|The Classic bridge from the aft, displaying its unique vertical interface.||The Classic bridge from the viewscreen.|
Triumph[edit | edit source]
The Triumph bridge is inhabited by nine of the player's Bridge Officers. The Captain sits alone in front of the tactical console.
|The Triumph bridge, over the Tactical Console.||The Triumph Bridge in wide-angle.|
|The Triumph bridge from the aft.||The Triumph bridge from the viewscreen.|
Battle[edit | edit source]
The Battle bridge has nine of the player's Bridge Officers. The Captain's chair is joined by two additional stations.
|The Battle bridge over the Tactical Console.||The Battle bridge in wide-angle.|
|The Battle bridge from the aft.||The Battle bridge from the viewscreen.|
Prototype[edit | edit source]
The Prototype bridge has nine of the player's Bridge Officers. The Captain's chair is joined by two additional stations.
|The Prototype bridge over the Tactical Console.||The Prototype bridge in wide-angle.|
|The Prototype bridge from the aft.||The Prototype bridge from the viewscreen.|
The Prototype bridge is a reasonably close approximation of the bridge of the Enterprise-D as it appeared in Generations. The color scheme is somewhat brighter and not red enough, as well as the bridge being more vertically- and horizontally-exaggerated in nature (as is typical of all environments in Star Trek Online), as well as the two additional center seats pointing straight ahead as opposed to facing inward (as depicted on screen and in the Galaxy bridge pack). Compare to the bridge of the Enterprise. The Order bridge is closer to the Enterprise-D in terms of layout but the color scheme is darker (and noticeably altered).