It made me wonder after seeing this beautiful real-life
...Looks a lot like a Starfleet Federation Starship in the Star Trek series!
Ironically, the name "Adastra" means "to the stars" in English if I got it correctly.
I think the basic design could be up-scaled to cruise-ship size, with exterior and interior aesthetics conforming to Federation Starship design with a
blend of modern/futuristic design principles.
The crew could be wearing uniforms similar to Starfleet officers if permissible against Maritime Laws. The ship will also be equipped with large
capacitive touchscreen displays all thoughout, in all rooms, with LCARS-designed interface, using practically the same technology used in touchscreen
phones and tablets.
The ship will also have bars/restaurants/recreational facilities designed to look like key sections of a Federation Starships, like engineering,
astrometrics lab, science lab, medical bay/infirmary, even the bridge! Or even look like familiar places in Star Trek, like the promenade in DS9 and
Ten Forward in USS Enterprise D
Some of the key sections may even be hosted by the Star Trek actors themselves if they're up to it!
The "holodeck" would feature any restaurant or bar or recreational facility or even a whole town popular in the 20th or even the 19th century. It
would be the classical/retro hub of the ship for lovers of the classical era!
The ship will also feature a deck that is shielded from the bright lights of the ship. This will allow star-gazing at night and may include a
dimly-lit restaurant resembling USS Enterprise's "ten forward". It allows dining, in full view of the Milky Way Galaxy's center in a moonless
night, in the middle of the ocean.
Other than trying to bring "24th century" Starfleet life experience to fans, or the actors and producers themselves, the whole experience should
make people feel, they are actually traveling aboard a starship across the galaxy at speeds many times the speed of light to a distant, unexplored
Anyone thinks this is a terrific idea? Or a terrible, totally unprofitable idea??
I think it's the closest thing we can get Star Trek to life, while we wait for the real warp drive to be invented!