Welcome, one and all, to the UEC Ever Onward.
We guarantee this marvel of modern technology is the pinnacle of human advancement. Its sleek design shows off the greatness of humanity, as it boldly journeys where no one has gone before.
Featuring fourteen decks, the Ever Onward has state of the art facilities. It boasts ample private quarters, leisure decks, kitchens and canteens. It’s medical facilities are up to date and beyond, and it’s essential systems are well taken care of. We prepared to make your life as easy as possible on the longest trip Humanity has ever attempted.
Below the hood the Ever Onward has the latest in engine designs. This specialist equipment uses folding to shorten the distances between ship and destination. Combined with comfortable, efficient nuclear engines, it’s the fastest ship ever made. And it sails smooth as a whistle to boot.
And let’s not forget the Linsbridge Gravity Engine to ensure you always feel like you’re at home, even away from home. Comfort is our top priority. There’s no reason to feel homesick on our flight, and when you get back we’ll have plenty to talk about.
But don’t take our word for it, Admiral James Lightspeed is here to attest to the Ever Onward’s brilliance; “To say I was impressed is an understatement. When I first saw the designs I never thought they could do it, let alone finish it in only ten years. The ship itself is the finest ship I’ve ever been on, and I’m looking forward to the journey.”
High praise, do you think? We will live up to expectations. But that’s enough talk from us, why not sign up today and take a look?
An advert for the UEC Ever Onward programme
The above, or a variation of it, was on nearly every wall, TV screen, website or anywhere else with advertising.
The programme itself was for the first ever extrasolar journey conducted by humanity. The destination; an Earthlike planet five years away, making the journey a ten year round trip.
The ship itself is capable of carrying four thousand crew members. The intent was that not all would be active at any time. A network of cryogenic freezing pods provides a rotating crew. This avoids the complications of prolonged cryogenic freezing.
Anyone could sign up, with up to ten year training programmes while the ship was in production.
Now it’s time to depart.
Hosted and narrated by:
Jack Mould (Tickett_Bror)
Scenes played: 1
License: Community License