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    • Alzira III
        • "There are no suicides when money's made that way and every one sleeps soundly on the yacht Alzira III, master Jon Jacobson, crew of fourteen, owner and family aboard."
    • The Anna Marie
        • The haunted schooner from Clint's first novel.
    • Annabelle
        • A magazine article about Raccoon City can be found aboard the Annabelle ship on a table in floor 2F, stating, "16 years after the nightmare of Raccoon City and the survivors are still suffering."
    • Appleton
        • TV reporter: Little is known at this hour about the events leading up to the collision. The US Navy guided missile cruiser Appleton apparently struck the Soviet destroyer in low visibility conditions.
    • Arbco Star
        • The sunken tanker that gets brought to the surface when Cobra tricks the Joes into exploding a nuclear bomb near a fault line and creating Cobra Island (Issue #40 Hydrofoil)
    • ASSMAN
        • Proctologist Howard Cooperman's boat. (Season 6 episode The Fusilli Jerry)
    • Athena
        • Sister ship of the glass bottomed boat the Simpsons ride that went down with 88 souls just last week. (Season 9 episode Bart Carny)
    • The Bachelor
        • It was a Nantucket ship, the Bachelor, which had just wedged in her last cask of oil, and bolted down her bursting hatches; and now, in glad holiday apparel, was joyously, though somewhat vain-gloriously, sailing round among the widely-separated ships on the ground, previous to pointing her prow for home.
    • Benthic Explorer
        • Ship on the surface of the ocean connected to Deep Core drilling rig. Loosely based on the real life Glomar Explorer, a 618 feet long ship specially built for the CIA as part of Project Azorian, an attempt to recover a lost Soviet Union submarine in the Pacific.
    • Black Rock
        • Danielle Rousseau leads Jack and Locke to an old Spanish ship to find dynamite. (Season 1 episode Exodus)
    • Blue Horizon
        • One of the boats in Sam's race mentioned on the All Sports TV show (Season 8 episode 12 Sam Ahoy)
    • Bobby's Boat
        • Heir to the Sweetums candy fortune Bobby Newport's 60 foot boat, which was handed to him when he was 12. (Season 4 episode Campaign Ad)
    • Cab One
        • Deep Core's two working crafts - Flatbed and Cab One - were specially manufactured for the film by Can-Dive Services Ltd., a Canadian commercial diving company that specialized in saturation diving systems and underwater technology.
    • Cape Rouge
        • Duke Crocker's boat. Nathan references it by name in Season 1 episode 11 The Trial of Audrey Parker.
    • The Caspian Queen
        • Russian mafia ship in the harbor where Frasier and Niles go looking for black market caviar (Season 10 episode Roe to Perdition)
    • The Cat Stevens
        • Fictional boat that Jerry mentions when discussing the Andrea Doria with Elaine. (Season 8 episode The Andrea Doria)
    • Christiane I
        • Salvage vehicle in the Indian Ocean that films haunting footage of the remains of Oceanic Flight 815 while scouring the depths of the Sunda Trench off Bali. (Season 4 episode Confirmed Dead)
    • The Clipper
        • After leaving the Quinlan barge the Hurricane, Bob joins the crew of the Clipper. (Heaven's River)
    • Cortlandt
        • Boat that Aquaman saves after its hull is breached and it's going down. (Zack Snyder's Justice League)
    • The Crystal Ship
        • Song: The Crystal Ship. The crystal ship is being filled. A thousand girls, a thousand thrills. A million ways to spend your time. When we get back, I'll drop a line.
    • The Dancer
        • Ship that had gone down, carrying Carl Abersham and Hattie Stoddard's husband. (story The Reach)
    • Deep Core
        • Benthic Petroleum's experimental underwater drilling platform near the Cayman Trough.
    • Deepsea Challenge Extreme XG Ultra
        • XG UltraIn 2023, Sir James Cameron pilots his submersible, the Deepsea Challenge Extreme XG Ultra to the deepest part of the ocean. He pulls a variety of samples, including a phosphorescent microorganism he thinks looks cool. It sits in his home lab for 10 years before anyone figures out what it is and what it can do. (Season 1 episode A Blowjob Before Dying)
    • The Delight
        • The intense Pequod sailed on; the rolling waves and days went by; the life-buoy-coffin still lightly swung; and another ship, most miserably misnamed the Delight, was descried. As she drew nigh, all eyes were fixed upon her broad beams, called shears, which, in some whaling-ships, cross the quarter-deck at the height of eight or nine feet; serving to carry the spare, unrigged, or disabled boats.
    • The Devil-Dam
        • Ishmael finds out that there are three ships about to sail for three-year voyages: the Devil-Dam, the Tit-Bit, and the Pequod. He chooses the Pequod.
    • Dey
        • And as for my exact knowledge of the bones of the leviathan in their gigantic, full grown development, for that rare knowledge I am indebted to my late royal friend Tranquo, king of Tranque, one of the Arsacides. For being at Tranque, years ago, when attached to the trading-ship Dey of Algiers, I was invited to spend part of the Arsacidean holidays with the lord of Tranque, at his retired palm villa at Pupella; a sea-side glen not very far distant from what our sailors called Bamboo-Town, his capital.
    • Edson
        • U.S. Navy destroyer that discovers the wreckage of a submarine from a battle twenty years earlier, and what sounds like knocking coming from the inside. (Season 4 episode The Thirty-Fathom Grave)
    • El Pescador
        • Boat G.O.B. rents to hunt down the seal that bit off Buster's hand, which is the same boat in the movie Maeby's movie studio is making (Season 2)
    • Eliza
        • SACRED TO THE MEMORY OF ROBERT LONG, WILLIS ELLERY, NATHAN COLEMAN, WALTER CANNY, SETH MACY, AND SAMUEL GLEIG, Forming one of the boats' crews OF THE SHIP ELIZA Who were towed out of sight by a Whale, On the Off-shore Ground in the PACIFIC,December 31st, 1839. THIS MARBLE Is here placed by their surviving SHIPMATES.
    • Elizabeth
        • Desmond's sailboat, originally Libby's husband's David's boat. (Season 2 episode Live Together, Die Alone)
    • The Endorfin
        • High-end fishing charter from season 1 episode 7 Sketchy.
    • Endurance
        • Boat Lara tracks down after finding her father's email printout.
    • Eulah May
        • Boat. The insurance claims investigator tells Aunt Maggie a story about a guy who put in a claim for his clothing store that burned down. He says they found a couple of gas cans in there with Eulah May printed on them. It's his wife's name, as well as the name of his pleasure boat where he got the cans from.
    • The Filthy Whore
        • When Nathaniel makes a wrong turn, he ends up on the ship The Filthy Whore instead of his father's ship Queen Catherine.
    • Fisherman's Honor
        • Shipwrecked boat on beach from Season 1 episode 12 Resurfacing.
    • Flatbed
        • Deep Core's two working crafts - Flatbed and Cab One - were specially manufactured for the film by Can-Dive Services Ltd., a Canadian commercial diving company that specialized in saturation diving systems and underwater technology.
    • The Fortune
        • The name of the salvage ship that finds Dexter's dumping ground. (Season 2 episode It's Alive!)
    • The Glacier
        • The name of Captain Sleet's boat from the Mast-head chapter... In the fire-side narrative of Captain Sleet, entitled "A Voyage among the Icebergs, in quest of the Greenland Whale, and incidentally for the re-discovery of the Lost Icelandic Colonies of Old Greenland;" in this admirable volume, all standers of mast-heads are furnished with a charmingly circumstantial account of the then recently invented crow's-nest of the Glacier, which was the name of Captain Sleet's good craft.
    • Goldfish
        • Boat that Kilgrave plans to use to make his escape, owned by his last couple of victims. (Season 1 episode AKA Smile)
    • Gone Fission
        • Homer throws a party on Mr. Burns' yacht. (Season 11 episode The Mansion Family) The cabal to bring sugar back to Springfield takes Mr. Burns' yacht to the island of San Glucose to smuggle in some sugar. (Season 13 episode Sweets and Sour Marge)
    • The Good Ship Crunchy Goose
        • Joke Bill makes about the name of Cap'n Crunch's boat as he eats cereal and works on the kid's maze on the back of the box. Catherine: "I'm calling a little staff meeting, Bill.” Bill: "I'm a little busy right now.” Catherine: "Busy doing what?” Bill: "Helping the captain find his way back to the good ship Crunchy Goose, or whatever the hell his stupid boat is called.” (Season 4 episode Catherine Moves On)
    • Gordon Lightfoot
        • Fictional boat Elaine that Elaine mentions when discussing the Andrea Doria with Jerry. (Season 8 episode The Andrea Doria)
    • The Grampus
        • Presently a rioting noise was heard without. Starting up, the landlord cried, "That's the Grampus's crew. I seed her reported in the offing this morning; a three years' voyage, and a full ship. Hurrah, boys; now we'll have the latest news from the Feegees."
    • Grenada Star
        • The name of the ship that Snake-Eyes, Scarlett and the Blind Master take from Grenada to Marseilles after faking their deaths in the abandoned minefield (Issue #64 Maneuvering for Position)
    • The Guinevere
        • Fictional yacht, model Azimut 62S, that Joe makes up, lying to the policeman that finds him crashed on the side of the road. "A quick little minx.” (Season 1 episode Amour Fou)
    • The Hamilton
        • Another ship that jumps segments, mentioned by Orik, crewmember of the Hurricane, the Quinlan barge that Bob joins as a deck hand on his way back to Garack's Spine with Bender. (Heaven's River)
    • The Helen Ann Thomas
        • A boat that Nathan investigates at the harbor in Season 1 episode 1 Welcome to Haven.
    • HMS Friday
        • Non-existent ship from an urban myth claiming that the Royal Navy attempted to finally dispel an old superstition that beginning a voyage on a Friday carried bad luck. Supposed, the Royal Navy built a ship named HMS Friday that set sail on a Friday and was never seen again.
    • Honeybunch
        • Also known as The ship of lost souls. The Sea Captain's ship that Homer joins after escaping from the hospital. (Season 10 episode Kidney Trouble)
    • Hurricane
        • Quinlan barge that Bob joins as a deck hand on his way back to Garack's Spine with Bender. (Heaven's River)
    • The Intrepid
        • Roger (guy that calls in to Frasier's radio show): Well, I had a really good year. I decided hey, why not reward myself? So I bought what I really wanted - a forty-eight foot cabin cruiser. Want to know how much it cost me? I'll tell you how much it cost me: three hundred grand, not to mention the twenty thou for the custom teak decking. Now, here's my problem: the wife wants to call this incredible vessel Lulubelle, after her mother. Lulubelle! So I say, "no, we call it the Intrepid." So what do you think it should be called? Lulubelle or the Intrepid? (Season 1 episode Selling Out)
    • Irydia IV
        • "On the Irydia IV, a professional son-in-law of the very rich and his mistress, named Dorothy, the wife of that highly paid Hollywood director, John Hopis, whose brain is in the process of outlasting his liver so that he will end up calling himself a Communist, to save his soul, his other organs being too corroded to attempt to save them, are asleep."
    • Josephine II
        • McCleary's boat that he mentions when he tells Joe about State Senator Albert Votto: "Josephine II is coming out of dry dock, thanks to this. I'm gonna drive her through the harbor with a big fucking fireworks display. You, me, couple of steaks, cold beers, setting sun... What do you say to that?"
    • Kimmy
        • Boat that takes Duke and Audrey out to Carpenter's Knot hotel for her surprise birthday party in season 1 episode 9 As You Were.
    • La Estrella
        • (The Star) - Spanish carrack Nicolas de Huelva was on when he described seeing a "cloud island" (Isla Nublar) while mapping the western coast of Costa Rica.
    • Lake Wallenpaupack Princess
        • The booze cruise boat, with Captain Jack (Rob Riggle) (Season 2 episode Booze Cruise)
    • Lark
        • The name of Jack's boat - and his home security alarm system password.
    • Le Lotus Noir
        • The ship that Sheldon and the gang charters to take them out to the middle of the ocean. (Season 1 episode What's the Use?)
    • The Lemurian Star
        • Brock Rumlow: "The target is a mobile satellite launch platform: The Lemurian Star. They were sending up their last payload when pirates took them, ninety-three minutes ago."
    • The Live-4-Ever
        • McBain's partner's boat that he and his wife are planning to use to sail around the world when he retires in two days, until he gets shot and killed at Sloppy Joe's diner. (Season 3 episode Saturdays of Thunder)
    • Lulubelle
        • Roger (guy that calls in to Frasier's radio show): Well, I had a really good year. I decided hey, why not reward myself? So I bought what I really wanted - a forty-eight foot cabin cruiser. Want to know how much it cost me? I'll tell you how much it cost me: three hundred grand, not to mention the twenty thou for the custom teak decking. Now, here's my problem: the wife wants to call this incredible vessel Lulubelle, after her mother. Lulubelle! So I say, "no, we call it the Intrepid." So what do you think it should be called? Lulubelle or the Intrepid? (Season 1 episode Selling Out)
    • Maggie Kelly
        • Boat named after the lobster princess in Season 2 episode 3 Love Machine.
    • Magic T
        • Shipwrecked boat mentioned in newspaper during the show's opening credits.
    • Maid of The Mist
        • Boat at the bottom of Niagara Falls, where Homer and Marge land in the inflatable bounce house where they're finally enjoying being alone together. (Season 15 episode Catch 'Em if You Can)
    • The Makara
        • Cargo ship that Chase books passage on, after losing everything to a hurricane in Houston.
    • The Mayday Malone
        • The name of the boat Norm buys for Sam instead of paying off his bar tab when he comes into some money (Season 10 episode 20 Smotherly Love)
    • Mickey G
        • One of the boats in Sam's race mentioned on the All Sports TV show (Season 8 episode 12 Sam Ahoy)
    • Mignonette
        • Boat visible in the background, a nod to the 19th century yacht that sunk and stranded its passengers in a lifeboat, leading to the cannibalization of Richard Parker, the same name as the tiger in the film.
    • The Minstrel
        • Freighter heading for England recommended by the travel agency before and Eileen and Alan choose to travel on the Lady Anne. (Episode Passage of the Lady Anne)
    • The Mr. Bowmont
        • Name Rachel suggests for the sailboat at the silent auction when she's trying to get Mr. Bowmont to buy it from Joey - but Joey ends up deciding he wants it after all. (Season 6 episode The One With the Ring)
    • MSC Lebowski
        • Vessel from an Easter Egg in Iron Man referencing The Big Lebowski… When Pepper goes through Obadiah Stane's computer (played by Jeff Bridges), she finds an invoice for an arms shipment from JCR Line Shipping Agency LLC to a Stark Industries address on Industrial Drive in Long Beach, California. There's also a barcode that includes: "THE00DUDE"
    • My Big Wet Dream
        • Boat that Butcher steals for the Boys. (Season 2 episode Over the Hill with the Swords of a Thousand Men)
        • Captain Nemo's Nautilus submarine exists as a walk-through exhibit in the Disneyland Paris theme park attraction DisneySea, and as a static prop in a lagoon in the Disneyland Tokyo theme park attraction DisneySea.
        • The Nautilus submarine from The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen is not the original Nautilus submarine, but a second, larger submarine built after the destruction of the first one from the novels of Jules Verne.
        • Captain Nemo's submarine, featuring a Magneto-hydrodynamic drive, which is discovered by a researcher, and subsequently stored in his private research lab in a hidden cave.
        • The Nautilus submarine from The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen is not the original Nautilus submarine, but a second, larger submarine built after the destruction of the first one from the novels of Jules Verne.
    • Noble Calm
        • Ship in the harbor where Jake and Remy stumble on a nest of past due Union clients.
    • The Oregon
        • Ship on which the Corporation is based. The control center is said to have the feel of the starship Enterprise, including a large, central command chair in which Cabrillo sits when on the bridge, referred to as "The Kirk Chair".
    • Orion
        • One of the boats in Sam's race mentioned on the All Sports TV show (Season 8 episode 12 Sam Ahoy)
    • Osprey
        • The name of one of the bad guy's boats that's used to dump something in the ocean - a body?
    • The Pam
        • Name Rachel suggests for the sailboat at the silent auction when she's trying to get Mr. Bowmont to buy it from Joey. (Season 6 episode The One With the Ring)
    • Patricia
        • Sam and Salt search for the freighter that carried the monkey from Africa and delivered it to Biotest around September 1. Ships mentions include Petra, Venus and Patricia.
    • Paul & Darlene
        • Sam's parents' fishing boat. (Season 1 episode New World Order)
        • Sam returns home to help his sister fix up their parents boat, deciding not to sell it after all. It is their legacy. (Season 1 episode Truth)
    • The Pequod
        • Ishmael finds out that there are three ships about to sail for three-year voyages: the Devil-Dam, the Tit-Bit, and the Pequod. He chooses the Pequod.
    • Petra
        • Sam and Salt search for the freighter that carried the monkey from Africa and delivered it to Biotest around September 1. Ships mentions include Petra, Venus and Patricia.
    • Piper Maru
        • The Piper Maru was an icebreaker which Weyland Industries chartered to transport the Bouvet Island expedition to Antarctica.
    • Princess
        • Ship that crashed due to Scoville trouble, mentioned in Season 5 episode 4 Much Ado About Mara.
    • Princess Casey
        • Stuart and Casey's yacht (Season 7 episode Love Overboard with guest star John Ritter)
    • Queen Catherine
        • Nathaniel's father invites him to sail to Hawaii aboard the Queen Catherine.
    • The Queen Conch
        • Freddy Wallace's boat: "34 feet long, with a V number out of Tampa, was painted white; the forward deck was painted a color called Frolic green and the inside of the cockpit was painted Frolic green. The top of the house was painted the same color. Her name and home port, Key West, Fla., were painted in black across her stern."
    • The Rachel
        • Next day, a large ship, the Rachel, was descried, bearing directly down upon the Pequod, all her spars thickly clustering with men. At the time the Pequod was making good speed through the water; but as the broad-winged windward stranger shot nigh to her, the boastful sails all fell together as blank bladders that are burst, and all life fled from the smitten hull.
    • The Rebecca
        • Robin Colcord's sailboat that blows up when Sam, Carla and Norm sail it in a race (Season 8 episode 12 Sam Ahoy)
    • Red October
        • A new Typhoon-class nuclear missile submarine with a stealth caterpillar drive, rendering it undetectable to passive sonar.
    • Robert Byrd
        • One of the Gliders from in the climax of the movie.
    • Rose-Bud
        • By this time the faint air had become a complete calm; so that whether or no, the Pequod was now fairly entrapped in the smell, with no hope of escaping except by its breezing up again. Issuing from the cabin, Stubb now called his boat's crew, and pulled off for the stranger. Drawing across her bow, he perceived that in accordance with the fanciful French taste, the upper part of her stem-piece was carved in the likeness of a huge drooping stalk, was painted green, and for thorns had copper spikes projecting from it here and there; the whole terminating in a symmetrical folded bulb of a bright red colour. Upon her head boards, in large gilt letters, he read "Bouton de Rose,"—Rose-button, or Rose-bud; and this was the romantic name of this aromatic ship.
    • Roxxon Norco
        • Oil freighter in what Killian calls the Elephant graveyard.
    • S.S. Ain't Gettin' Any
        • Joke Martin makes when Roz complains about not having sex on her birthday: "Sounds like we got another passenger on the S.S. Ain't Gettin' Any" (Season 11 episode Crock Tales)
    • S.S. Antarctica
        • Battleship staffed with penguins waiting for Homer and the U.S.S. Jebediah when it finally surfaces. (Season 9 episode Simpson Tide)
    • S.S. Bernard
        • Joke Andy makes when offering up a tattoo on his ass as an incentive price for the office staff to double their profits. Andy: "All right, for 5,000 points, I will let you tattoo whatever you want on the stern of the old SS Bernard." (Season 8 episode The Incentive)
    • S.S. Essess New record added 9/11/2021
        • The shot of the S.S. Essess aircraft carrier back lit by the rising sun is stock footage of the U.S.S. Nimitz from the movie The Final Countdown.
    • S.S. FUBAR
        • Doakes' murder suspect Curtis Barnes' boat. (Season 2 episode See-Through)
    • S.S. Lady Anne
        • Eileen and Alan travel on the S.S. Lady Anne to England, a ship owned by the Royal Star Line. (Episode Passage of the Lady Anne)
    • S.S. Martin
        • Joke Martin makes about the two women he's dating: "This juggling thing isn't as easy as I make it look. But don't you worry: they're both gettin' first class passage on the S.S. Martin." (Season 8 episode It Takes Two to Tangle)
    • S.S. Minnow
        • The two-man crew of the charter boat S.S. Minnow and five passengers on a "three-hour tour" from Honolulu run into a tropical storm and are shipwrecked on an uncharted island somewhere in the Pacific Ocean.
    • S.S. Nose Candy
        • Boat seized in auction used the sailing class in episode Beginner pottery.
    • S.S. Oversight New record added 9/4/2021
        • In the nautical series of gentle reminders that Jerry’s new collection sends out, it says, “Pardon our tug” and there’s a picture of a little smiling tugboat gently nudging an ocean liner. And the ocean liner is named S.S. Oversight. (Season 3 episode The Grey Flannel Shrink)
    • S.S. Pokey
        • Following directions from Maureen, Luke Ellis finds and uses a rowboat named S.S. Pokey to escape down the Dennison River.
    • S.S. Queen of Glasgow
        • Her name is the S.S. Queen of Glasgow. Her registry: British. Gross tonnage: 5,000. Age: Indeterminate. At this moment she's one day out of Liverpool, her destination New York. Duly recorded on the ship's log is the sailing time, course to destination, weather conditions, temperature, longitude and latitude. But what is never recorded in a log is the fear that washes over a deck like fog and ocean spray. Fear like the throbbing strokes of engine pistons, each like a heartbeat, parceling out of every hour into breathless minutes of watching, waiting and dreading... For the year is 1942, and this particular ship has lost its convoy. It travels alone like an aged blind thing groping through the unfriendly dark, stalked by unseen periscopes of steel killers. Yes, the Queen of Glasgow is a frightened ship, and she carries with her a premonition of death. (Season 1 episode Judgment Night.
    • S.S. Silence
        • The name of the boat Kelly's father tells Woody he'll buy for him if he doesn't say tell anybody he caught him with his brother's wife (Season 11 episode 8 Ill Gotten Gaines)
    • S.S. Springfield
        • Cargo ship Mr. Burns uses to bring the Loch Ness monster back to Springfield. (Season 10 episode Monty Can't Buy Me Love)
    • S.S. Titan
        • Fictional ocean liner that sinks in the North Atlantic after striking an iceberg. Titan and its sinking have been noted to be very similar to the real-life passenger ship RMS Titanic, which sank fourteen years later.
    • S.S. Venture
        • The Steam Ship Venture was a tramp steamer which was mostly used to ship exotic animals all across the world.
        • The Steam Ship Venture was a tramp steamer which was mostly used to ship exotic animals all across the world.
    • The San Miguel
        • Cruz's illegal fishing trawler that gets caught up in Hendrick's gravity mirror test.
    • Santa Maria
        • The name of the boat that Truman sails to his new world has the same name as the boat that Christopher Columbus sailed to the new world.
    • The Santa Rosa
        • Sunken boat near the spot where divers stumble on Dexter's dumping ground. (Season 2 episode It's Alive!)
    • Scheherezade
        • A great motor yacht named the Scheherezade now slid past the marriage bed. The song its engines sang was a very low organ note. All her lights were on. Two beautiful people, a young man and a young woman in evening clothes, were at the rail at the stem, loving each other and their dreams and the wake. They were honeymooning, too. They were Lance Rumfoord, of Newport, Rhode Island, and his bride, the former Cynthia Landry., who had been a childhood sweetheart of John F. Kennedy in Hyannis Port, Massachusetts.
    • Scorpion
        • Human cargo boat destroyed by a Supe-Terrorist - the Boys watch it happen in a video. (Season 2 episode The Big Ride)
    • Searcher
        • Penny's boat. (Season 4 episode There's No Place Like Home)
    • Sharp & Sons Export
        • Container ship, location of the virtual Eureka mobile lab (Season 5 episode Force Quit)
    • Slice of Life
        • Dexter's boat. ''She's a 2001 Century 2901 center console. I had this custom rail put in. New paint. Has a radar, GPS, fish-finder, autopilot, emergency life raft. And I had these twin Yamaha 250 four stroke motors put in. They got just over 400 hours, and when you open them up and you're out there...There's nothing like it." (Season 1 episode Dexter)
    • The Son I Never Knew
        • While aboard his yacht, the Son I Never Knew, Mason Fairbanks, the man that might be Homer's real birth father, tells The Simpsons about a lost treasure. (Season 17 episode Homer's Paternity Coot)
    • SS Georgie
        • Paper boat that Billy makes for his little brother Georgie.
    • SS Ocean Excursion
        • Chapter 38. The old French line ship that sank while Fertility and Trevor Hollis danced.
    • Star of Ankara
        • Bart and Lisa land their runaway RV on the Turkish freighter Star of Ankara, transporting Season One Northern Exposure DVDs to Kahramanmaras. Marge convinces the captain to turn around by offering him a trunkload of Budget club mushroom soup. (Season 16 episode Mobile Homer)
    • Tae Kuk Seattle
        • The freighter that Sam and Salt are after. The Tae Kuk Seattle went out to sea that morning. Salt gets as close to the freighter as the loach will allow, and Sam has to jump onto a stationary dinghy. Sam tells the Chinese crew, who can speak limited English, that he's an Army doctor. The crew takes him to the walk in freezer where they show him the body of the man who succumbed to his illness. When Sam saw the face, he asked to be taken to the man's sleeping quarters. The crew immediately take him there.
    • The Tankadere
        • "It would clearly have been to the master's advantage to carry his passengers to Yokohama, since he was paid a certain sum per day; but he would have been rash to attempt such a voyage, and it was imprudent even to attempt to reach Shanghai. But John Bunsby believed in the Tankadere, which rode on the waves like a seagull; and perhaps he was not wrong."
    • The Childish Tycoon
        • Pierce's yacht he bequeaths to Troy in Season 5 episode 4. Play on Donald Glover's stage name The Childish Gambino.
    • The Golden Fang
        • A boat. A big schooner, somebody said. Brings stuff in and out of the country but no one wants to talk about it. Her real name isn't really the Golden Fang. She was originally a fishing boat named Preserved. The owners are listed as a consortium in the Bahamas.
    • The Tit-Bit
        • Ishmael finds out that there are three ships about to sail for three-year voyages: the Devil-Dam, the Tit-Bit, and the Pequod. He chooses the Pequod.
    • Tsimtsum
        • The name of the ship that sinks on its passage across the Pacific, drowning Pi's family and leaving Pi stranded on a lifeboat. Tsimtsum is a Jewish Kabbalah idea claiming that God withdrew his infinite light in order to create the universe, leaving empty space for the cosmos and free will.

    • U.S.S. Jebediah
        • U.S. Naval Reserve submarine that Homer captains for a short time during war games, named after the founder of Springfield. (Season 9 episode Simpson Tide)
    • The U.S.S. Sea Spanker
        • Bart's new boy band The Party Posse performs on a retired aircraft carrier turned museum docked at the Springfield Squidport. (Season 12 episode New Kids on the Blecch)
    • U.S.S. Shetland
        • Smith-class destroyer mentioned by the spooky farmer guy in the dustbowl town that Sheldon passes through looking for the images in his prophetic visions. (Season 1 episode All the Devils are Here)
    • USS Montana
        • American Ohio-class nuclear submarine that encounters an alien life form near the Cayman Trough, crashes into a cliff and sinks.
    • USS Nathan James
        • Arleigh Burke-class guided missile destroyer, the lone ship unaffected by a global viral pandemic that wipes out over 80% of the world's population.
    • V.A. Johnson
        • Albert W. Hicks, mate on the oyster smack V.A. Johnson, went mad and murdered his entire crew with an axe in 1860. Killer featured in the Murderers Row exhibit at Ferguson's Wax Museum. (Episode The New Exhibit)
    • Venus
        • Sam and Salt search for the freighter that carried the monkey from Africa and delivered it to Biotest around September 1. Ships mentions include Petra, Venus and Patricia.
    • The Virgin
        • As he mounted the deck, Ahab abruptly accosted him, without at all heeding what he had in his hand; but in his broken lingo, the German soon evinced his complete ignorance of the White Whale; immediately turning the conversation to his lamp-feeder and oil can, with some remarks touching his having to turn into his hammock at night in profound darkness—his last drop of Bremen oil being gone, and not a single flying-fish yet captured to supply the deficiency; concluding by hinting that his ship was indeed what in the Fishery is technically called a clean one (that is, an empty one), well deserving the name of Jungfrau or the Virgin.

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