An interview with ILM co-visual effects supervisor Russell Earl at TrekToday states that the length of the Enterprise in Star Trek is 2,357 feet, or about 785.67 yards (718.4 meters). That’s more than twice the size of the Enterprise in the original timeline (305 meters if anyone’s counting)! The length of the Narada was also revealed as five miles.
Read more at http://www.trektoday.com/content/2009/05/star-trek-xi-creating-the-magic.html
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