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The proper naval parlance would be "Ten Aft," but I don't think it was given a name in the film.


Yes, but the bar on the Ent-D is Ten Forward, not Ten Bow, Ten Starboard, or Ten Port. And in some cases, naval officers do give commands such as "left rudder full" or "turn right". In several of the TNG movies, it seems that the writers forgot that the Ent-E was a different ship from Ent-D. For example, both ships have a bar lounge on deck 10, Picard's quarters on both are on deck 9, the Reman invade deck 29 when the ship only has 24 decks, and Ron Perlman's character falls to his death from a deck below deck 29. Admiral William Thomas Riker 19:00, August 4, 2011 (UTC)


You are confusing "Aft" with "Stern" the first answer is correct, in naval parlance the opposite of "Ten Forward" would be "Ten Aft"-Cpthunt 21:14, August 4, 2011 (UTC)


In the novels Riker names the Enterprise-E's lounge the Happy Bottom Riding Club


"Happy Bottom Riding Club." Too Funny. I thought it was a joke just like Worf did in the novels.

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