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    • Anime and manga ships

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    • Novels set on ships

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    • List of fictional ships

    • This list of fictional ships lists artificial vehicles supported by water, which are either the subject of, or an important element of, a notable work of fiction. ... Read »


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    • Anclados

    • Anclados (Anchored) is a Spanish sitcom produced by Globomedia for Telecinco. The show focuses on the crew of a low-cost cruise ship. The show has been criticized for its portrayal of Romani people. In June 2015, the Andalusian Federation of Female Gypsy Students sued the television series for its stereotyping of Roma ... Read »


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    • MS Antonia Graza (fictional ship)

    • MS Antonia Graza (fictional ship)

      M.S. Antonia Graza, is a fictional, Italian trans-Atlantic passenger ship created for the 2002 film Ghost Ship. Known for catering to the elite of Europe, the ship could carry 600 or more passengers, along with its 500-person Italian crew. The Graza couldn't compete for speed so it excelled in luxury, it was a flo ... Read »


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    • Batboat

    • The Batboat, Batstrike, or Batsub is the fictional personal aqua-dynamic hydrofoil/submersible watercraft of the DC Comics superhero Batman. The Batskiboat (or Bat Skiboat) is a darker version of the Batboat. In the 1992 live-action film Batman Returns. Batman uses the jet-powered hydrofoil near the climax of the ... Read »


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    • Beatrice (radio programme)

    • Beatrice was the 1989 edition of Sveriges Radio's Christmas Calendar. The year is 1889 and for first time after the death of their mother, Johan and Lillan meet their father, seacaptain Mörck. He takes care of the children onboard the full-rigged ship Beatrice. With the ship, they sail around the world to pick up f ... Read »


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    • De Bereboot

    • De Bereboot (The Bear Boat) is a Dutch children's programme from the 1970s written by Lo Hartog van Banda. 407 episodes were made for broadcast on NOS (October 2, 1976 - April 29, 1977) and AVRO (October 1, 1977 - September 30, 1978). The three bears enter the pub and start a conversation with Neel; halfway subjec ... Read »


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    • Black Pearl

    • Black Pearl

      The Black Pearl is a fictional ship in the Pirates of the Caribbean film series. In the screenplay, the Black Pearl is easily recognized by her distinctive black hull and sails. She was later raised from the sea floor by Davy Jones after making a pact with Jack Sparrow who rechristened her the Black Pearl. She is said ... Read »


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    • List of boats in Arthur Ransome books

    • This is a listing of boats from the Swallows and Amazons series of books by Arthur Ransome. Arthur Ransome based many of the boats on real ones that he knew or had owned. ... Read »


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    • Breaker High

    • Breaker High

      Breaker High is a Canadian teen comedy-drama series that ran from 1997 to 1998, airing on YTV in Canada and on UPN in the United States. The series was created by Cori Stern, while SciFi veteran David Winning directed the pilot and seven episodes of the series. The series is set at a high school located on a cruis ... Read »


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    • Broadside (Transformers)

    • Broadside

      Broadside is the name of three fictional characters from the various Transformers universes. Broadside's bio presented him as literally getting the worst possible out of his alternate modes. He transforms into an Nimitz-class aircraft carrier, but gets seasick. He transforms into an F/A-18 Hornet fighter jet but d ... Read »


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    • The Cat's Table


    • Dawn Treader

    • The Dawn Treader was a Narnian ship in the fictional world of The Chronicles of Narnia. It was built by King Caspian X and is featured primarily in the book The Voyage of the Dawn Treader. It was the first Narnian ship to be built since the Golden Age and was commissioned by King Caspian, so that he might sail beyond t ... Read »


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    • FAB 1

    • FAB 1 (1960s)

      FAB 1 is a pink, six-wheeled car seen in the 1960s British science-fiction television series Thunderbirds, its three film adaptations, and the reboot TV series Thunderbirds Are Go. In the original Thunderbirds (1965–66), as well as the feature films Thunderbirds Are Go (1966) and Thunderbird 6 (1968), FAB 1 i ... Read »


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    • Flying Dutchman (Pirates of the Caribbean)

    • Flying Dutchman (Pirates of the Caribbean)

      52 cannons: The Flying Dutchman, or simply referred to as the Dutchman, is a fictional ship in Disney's Pirates of the Caribbean. The ship made its first appearance in Dead Man's Chest under the command of the fictional captain, Davy Jones. The story and attributes of the ship were inspired by the actual Flying Dutchm ... Read »


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    • HMS Friday

    • HMS Friday is an urban myth concerning a disastrous attempt by the Royal Navy to dispel the superstition against sailing on a Friday. While widely circulated, the story is in fact untrue; moreover, there was never even a ship named HMS Friday. The details of the story vary, but it usually follows this form: Sometime ... Read »


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    • Fictional landship

    • A fictional landship is a very large, and fictional, vehicle that travels on land, usually for warfare. In fiction, a landship is a very large vessel or vehicle designed for travel over land. They can be of various sizes, shapes, made of different materials and have different methods of propulsion. Landships are d ... Read »


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    • Little Toot

    • Little Toot is a children's story, written and illustrated by Hardie Gramatky. Little Toot is a young tugboat who does not want to tug. Instead, he'd rather make figure eights in the harbor and bother all the other tugboats. But when he ends up all alone on the open water as a storm is rolling in, it’s up to him ... Read »


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    • The Love Boat

    • The Love Boat

      The Love Boat is an American television series set on a cruise ship which aired on the ABC Television Network from May 5, 1977, until May 24, 1986; three-hour specials aired in 1986–87 and 1990. The show revolves around the ship's captain (played by Gavin MacLeod) and a handful of its crew, with several passengers ... Read »


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    • The Maggie

    • The Maggie

      The Maggie (released in the U.S. as High and Dry) is a 1954 British comedy film produced by Ealing Studios. Directed by Alexander Mackendrick and written by William Rose, it is a story of a clash of cultures between a hard-driving American businessman and a wily Scottish captain. The story was inspired by Neil Munro's ... Read »


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    • S. S. Minnow

    • The S. S. Minnow is a fictional charter boat on the hit 1960s television sitcom Gilligan's Island. The ship ran aground on the shore of "an uncharted desert isle" (in the south Pacific Ocean), setting the stage for this popular situation comedy. The crew of two were the skipper Jonas Grumby and his first mate Gilligan ... Read »


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    • Octavius (ship)

    • Octavius (ship)

      The Octavius was an apocryphal, 18th century ghost ship. According to lore, the three-masted schooner was found west of Greenland by the whaler Herald on 11 October 1775. Boarded as a derelict, the five-man boarding party found the entire crew of 28 below deck: dead, frozen, and almost perfectly preserved. The captain' ... Read »


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    • Pequod (Moby-Dick)

    • The Pequod is a fictional 19th-century Nantucket whaling ship that appears in the 1851 novel Moby-Dick by American author Herman Melville. The Pequod and her crew, commanded by Captain Ahab, are central to the story, which, after the initial chapters, takes place almost entirely aboard the ship during a three-year whal ... Read »


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    • Persephone (tugboat)

    • Persephone (tugboat)

      Persephone is a steel logging tug used in the filming of the CBC Television series The Beachcombers. Built as a small tug named John Henry, it is today preserved as a museum ship in the town of Gibsons, British Columbia. The tug was built in 1965 for Harry "Smitty" Smith, of Smith's Marina in Gibsons, by local boat bu ... Read »


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    • Seaspray (Transformers)

    • Seaspray

      Seaspray is the name of several fictional characters in the Transformers series. They are all Autobot hovercrafts. In later toys he is called "Sea Spray." Seaspray's biography painted him as even more at home on Earth than any of the other Autobots. Earth's natural oceans are a far cry from Cybertron, and Seaspray ... Read »


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    • Sky Ship

    • Sky Ships are fictional flying ships from Paul Stewart's fantasy book series The Edge Chronicles. Sky ships are the equivalent of water borne ships in the Edge universe and are used primarily for transporting supplies and valuable commodities across the Edge. Sky ships resemble 15-18th century European style woode ... Read »


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    • SS Patna

    • SS Patna is the name of the fictional ship in the novel Lord Jim by Joseph Conrad, originally published in Blackwood's Magazine from October 1899 to November 1900. Though never confirmed by the author, the ship is based on the real ship SS Jeddah. The fictional Patna used steam and sail in combination. There was al ... Read »


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    • Poseidon (fictional ship)

    • Poseidon (fictional ship)

      The S.S. Poseidon is a fictional transatlantic express liner that first appeared in the 1969 novel The Poseidon Adventure by Paul Gallico and later in four films based on the novel. The ship is named after the god of the seas in Greek mythology. In the 1969 novel, the ship is traveling across the Atlantic on her f ... Read »


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    • RMS Sunshine

    • Cabaret Cruise was a live variety programme series broadcast 1937–39, 1946 and 1949 on BBC Television. It was one of several spin-offs from the BBC series Cabaret. Its distinctive feature was that it was set on the fictional ship RMS Sunshine, constructed in the studio. All 15 episodes were presented by British na ... Read »


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    • The Galerider

    • The Galerider is a fictional Sky Ship from Paul Stewart's The Edge Chronicles. Featuring in The Quint Saga, The Galerider is a sky pirate ship that saw at least four captains before its destruction in Clash of the Sky Galleons. It was present in the important battles of the time, including the assault on the Great Sky ... Read »


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    • Thunderblast

    • Thunderblast

      Thunderblast is the name of several fictional characters from the Transformers universes. Thunderblast is a female Transformer, and a member of an ancient race of Decepticons living on the Planet Earth. Thunderblast's vehicle mode is a speed-boat. She is armed with a quadruple-missile launcher that converts into a ... Read »


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    • Unicorn (ship)

    • Unicorn (ship)

      The Unicorn (French: La Licorne) is a fictional 17th-century three-masted armed Royal Navy vessel appearing in The Adventures of Tintin, the comics series by Belgian cartoonist Hergé. The ship plays a leading role in both The Secret of the Unicorn and Red Rackham's Treasure, published in 1943 and 1944, respectively. ... Read »


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    • Vital Spark

    • The Vital Spark is a fictional Clyde puffer, created by Scottish writer Neil Munro. As its captain, the redoubtable Para Handy, often says: "the smertest boat in the coastin' tred". Puffers seem to have been regarded fondly even before Munro began publishing his short stories in the Glasgow Evening News in 1905. This ... Read »


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    • Waverider (Transformers)

    • Waverider is an fictional character from the Transformers series. He is an Autobot Pretender who turns into a boat. Waverider is billed as a furious fighter and formidable adversary in battle. He prefers exploring the ocean bottom for buried treasure over warfare. Waverider likes the advantages of being a Pretende ... Read »


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    • Wild Cat (boat)

    • The Wild Cat is a green two-masted schooner that Captain Flint, the Swallows, the Amazons and Peter Duck sail to the West Indies in Arthur Ransome's Swallows and Amazons book Peter Duck. She also appears in the opening chapters of Missee Lee. The ship would have been about 50 ft (15 m) long. In the book and the illustr ... Read »


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