People seem to forget the fact that the British Royal Navy have a ship named Enterprise. In fact, it was a British ship (although captured from the French) that gave rise to the name in the first place.
A few days ago the HMS Enterprise evacuated a number of British citizens from Tripoli in Libya as the violence there worsens.
Here is a little info on the current HMS Enterprise:
HMS Enterprise was launched at Appledore in Devon in 2002 and is designed to carry out a wide range of survey work, including support to submarine and amphibious operations.
Since her first operational overseas deployment to the Mediterranean in late 2004, Enterprise has worked in the Gulf of Aden and Somali Basin, through West Africa to the Republic of South Africa, and off Iraq.
She is the second Royal Navy ship to use azimuth thrusters, where the propellers are part of a swivelling pod, allowing for precise manoeuvring.