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  • Adamant Passage -- Korval trade ship where Petrella first served[1], succeeded by Dutiful Passage (ever since Quick Passage, every flagship for Tree & Dragon is named Passage)
  • Admiral Bunter — a self-aware ship created in haste by Bechimo and Theo Waitley, eventually mentored by Tolly Jones and supported by Tocohl Lorlin. See Independent Logics
  • Ahab-Esais -- Lyre Institute’s courier-class ship, piloted by Inkirani Yo.[2]
  • Aldershot -- Terran courier ship, piloted by Casey Vitale for Chenowith and Gladder; on Volmer at the same time as Theo[3]
  • Altinlyr -- responded to Codrescu pilots-in-peril call[4]
  • Arin's Toss -- Terran courier ship, registered home port Bluestone, Waymart. Owned by Crystal Energy Consultants (the Uncle). Over a century old.[5] Theo Waitley piloted before Bechimo [6]
  • As You Like It -- Terran ship. The ship Priscilla served on before Tyrunner.[7]
  • Asu Perfection -- Diamon Lines ship[8] responded to Codrescu pilots-in-peril call[9]
  • Backenhouse -- responded to Codrescu pilots-in-peril call[4]
  • Balrog -- DeNobli trade ship[10]
  • Barakhan -- Yxtrang battleship, part of the 14th Conquest Corps assault on Lytaxin.[11]
  • Barskalee -- Midys trade ship - Rantel pin'Aker, Master Trader[12]
  • Beauty -- Terran ship involved in shady business activities, perhaps smuggling.[13]
  • Bechimo -- the self aware ship Theo Waitley pilots. [6] When The Department of the Interior attacks at Jemiatha’s Station, Theo becomes the bonded captain. [14] See Independent Logics
  • Beeslady -- A switch-tug -- purpose-built -- later modified for yard work sporting "A surprising array of antennas spider-webbed the hull." [15] According to the owner/operator Third Class Pilot Giodana Govans "...been thirny years and some," this about 17 years before the Eylot Block of Codrescu Station. "a rebuilt local scooter-taxi mated to an old EVA sleep-shelter". Killed in action by Eylot Military Command fighter [16]
  • Bitty Kitty -- Fake ID given to Fortune's Reward when Pat Rin went into hiding from The Department.[17]
  • Bleak Lady -- Andy Mack’s courier ship piloted by Clarence O'Berin on Surebleak [18]
  • Blueboy -- Mentioned in ship chatter during Theo's first visit to Codrescu Station.[19]
  • BonniSu -- Terran trade ship, captain Su Bonner.[20]
  • Bra'ezkinion -- Liaden ship, of poor reputation[21]
  • Cameron -- owned by Hugglelans Galactica, took Theo from Eylot to her rendezvous with Rig Tranza[22]
  • Chanticleer City -- owned by Diamon Lines, one of the top ten trade vessels[23]
  • Chelda -- Cruise ship running from Liad to Lytaxin and points outward[24]
  • Cherpa -- In which Theo flies yos'Senchul to Codrescu Station[25] and Kara flies with yos'Senchul to Codrescu Station. One of Anlingdin Academy's shuttles.[26]
  • Chrono -- Present at the evacuation of the planet Solcintra[27]
  • Clarion -- Captain Robert Chen-Jacobs. Carried Edger and Sheather from Lufkit.[28]
  • Clary Bee -- Present at the evacuation of the planet Solcintra[27]
  • Comet - small trader, out of Chonselta, Liad, jointly owned by Fer Gun pen'Uldra (later family Uldra-Joenz) and Korval[29] (See Due Diligence)
  • Cortz Lattice — small ship conveyed The Uncle’s sister Tassi / Seignur Veeoni to Surebleak[30]
  • Cruikshank -- Terran ship working a route between Vincza and Port Chavvy[31]
  • Crystalia -- Asteroid mining vessel retrieved from Korval's ship-stack to be part of Pat Rin's fleet.[17]Employed against by The Department of the Interior in Solcintra.[32]
  • Dancer -- Elsu Meriandra's personal ship[33]
  • Dancer -- see also Spiral Dance
  • Dante -- Terran ship. The ship Priscilla served on before Daxflan.[7]
  • Daxflan -- Liaden trade ship, registered home port Chonselta City. The ship Priscilla served on before Dutiful Passage.[7]
  • Diamond Duty -- Asteroid mining vessel retrieved from Korval's ship-stack to be part of Pat Rin's fleet.[17] Employed against by The Department of the Interior in Solcintra.[34]
  • Disian -- Self-aware ship constructed by Carresens. See Wise Child. [35] See Independent Logics
  • Donihue's Docent -- freighter[36] arrived at Jemiatha's Jumble Shop shortly after Bechimo[37]
  • Dragon's Cub -- Small ship, "barely more than a Jump-buggy", free-berthed at Trealla Fantrol[38]
  • Dragon Flight -- Imaginary ship impersonated by Daav while playing with his young son.[39]
  • Dragon Song -- Korval courier ship piloted by Anthora and Ren Zel.[40]
  • Dragon's Way (Valcon Melad'a) -- Daav's personal ship[41]
  • Drosselmare -- Docked at Codrescu Station during Theo's first visit there.[19] Two of its crewmembers attempt to shanghai Theo, without noticeable success. Has business links with Brine Batzer.[42]
  • Dulcimer -- Smith trade ship, whose crew named the norbears[43]
  • Dutiful Passage -- Korval trade ship (Pilot of Korval, Local Custom, Scout's Progress, Intelligent Design, Conflict of Honors, Carpe Diem, Plan B, I Dare, Alliance of Equals
  • Eidolon -- Mentioned in Delgado orbital radio chatter[44]
  • Elf Lord -- Terran trade ship, out of Caratunk[45]
  • Elthoria -- Ixin trade ship, out of Solcintra[46]
  • Energia -- Terran trade ship; Emdy Sternako, Trader[12]
  • Fancy Freight -- Fictional merchant vessel featured in the game "Pilot to Prince"[47]
  • Felicitous Passage -- Korval trade ship, built c. Standard Year 1143.[48]
  • Floydada -- Terran trade ship, out of Trustee; Jay Rivenkid Dorster's home ship before circumstances encouraged him toward a more grounded existence[10]
  • Fortune's Reward -- Pat Rin's ship. A pre-1350 model.[49][50] During operation Plan B, fitted with weapons which destroy a ship belonging to The Department of the Interior[51]
  • Fosterling -- Ship acquired by Val Con from Agent of Change sig'Alda, and renamed by Val Con[52]
  • Galandasti -- Refurbished Korval ship used by Quin for training flights from Surebleak.[53][54] (See Roving Gambler)
  • Genchi -- Liaden ship - sea'Kira, Captain; Tan Sim pen'Akla, Trader[55] (except for one chapter, in which it is said to be Coyander Kenso and its captain dea'Blanco[56])
  • Geranny Smith -- On a pad near Bechimo during the latter's visit to Frenzel.[57]
  • Gobelyn's Market -- Gobelyn trade ship, nominally out of New Carpathia[58]
  • Gold Digger -- Gold family trade ship[59]
  • Goma Chang -- at Codrescu Station during Eylot blockade. A twenty-pod tradeship.[16]
  • Grayspinner -- Terran trade ship[45]
  • GRClement -- Carresens trade ship[60]
  • Grenadine -- Terran trade ship; Iza Gobelyn's homeship[58]
  • Groton -- Terran trade ship[43]
  • Growdy's Trinket -- in the approach lane at Ynsolt'i[61]
  • Habista -- Liaden trade ship, out of Solcintra. Beslin vin'Tenzing is the Trader.[62]
  • Handtruck II -- Asteroid mining vessel retrieved from Korval's ship-stack to be part of Pat Rin's fleet.[17]
  • Heart of Solcintra -- Department of the Interior's battleship[63]
  • Hoselteen -- passenger liner Kamele traveled on on her trip from Delgado to Surebleak[64]
  • Illichin -- at Codrescu Station during Eylot blockade.[16]
  • Implacable -- Juntavas battleship; High Judge's flagship[63]
  • Intovish -- Liaden trade ship, out of Vanthachal[65]
  • Jacksbucket Three -- Terran ship, out of Terraport, a casualty of the Department of the Interior's attempted takeover of Liad[63]
  • Jamie Dawson -- A ghost ship, "holed and crewed by skeletons, that had been reported by sane and seasoned pilots at the location of space battles across a hundred Standards".[66]
  • Jonny B -- perhaps fictional; mentioned in a folk song[67] (Sloop John B, by The Beach Boys?)
  • Judy -- Kamele "hired as working crew on the Judy, bound in to Surebleak."[68]
  • Juliette -- responded to Codrescu pilots-in-peril call[4]
  • Keravath -- Scout Captain ter'Astin's courier vessel[69]
  • Kynak-on-the-Rocks -- Mercenary transport ship owned by mercenary unit Higdon's Howlers.[70][63]
  • Lady Graz -- Clan Telrune ship, piloted by Fer Gun pen'Uldra, clan Telrune.[71] Fer Gun's inheritance form his grandfather, Captain Arl Fed pen'Uldra.[72] (See Due Diligence)
  • Ladybird -- Terran ship. The ship Priscilla served on before As You Like It.[7]
  • Lalandia -- Liaden cruise ship, out of Moraldan. Goes to Surebleak.[73]
  • Lantic -- Terran cargo vessel flown by Khat Gobelyn on a temporary assignment[74]
  • Lantis -- Jen Sin yos'Phelium's courier vessel[75] See Tinsori Light
  • Lefevbre's Lounge -- at Codrescu Station during Eylot blockade.[16]
  • Lenloch -- at Codrescu Station during Eylot blockade.[76]
  • Light Wing -- Tor An yos'Galan's courier vessel[77]
  • L'il Orbit -- Featured in Breath's Duty. Jen Sar Kiladi's ship on Delgado.[78][79] (renamed from Ride the Luck)
  • LucyBug -- Cheever McFarland’s small ship, a Traland Three Thousand with a number of personal modifications[80][53]
  • Luda Soldare -- Newly commissioned Liaden trade ship that hired First Class Pilot Samiv tel'Izak[81]
  • Mandrake -- One of Korval's trade ships, Er Thom considers how to use Dil Ton sig'Erlan[82]
  • Markham's Mistress -- One of the ships re-routed for Ride the Luck's emergency flight[83]
  • Maestro Tour -- Refurbished Korval ship, similar to Galandasti. Assigned for Padi's use on Surebleak.[53]
  • Metrose -- asteroid collector in the approach lane at Ynsolt'i[61]
  • Momma Libery -- Ship that Rys Lin pen'Chala served on whn he was stolen by The Department of the Interior.[84]
  • Mona Luki -- Betany trade ship, whose crew had a life-changing encounter with Moonhawk[85]
  • Moreta -- Legendarily spent eighteen Common months in transition, due to the malfunction of a prototype translation booster[86]
  • MVP -- Carresens trade ship[60]
  • Nathlyr -- Liaden trade ship[55]
  • Nimbledrake -- Korval ship piloted by Nova yos'Galan[52]
  • Nubella -- Terran trade ship[87]
  • Nubella Run -- Carresens trade ship, donated to Tradedesk station[87][88] and incorporated into the structure[60]
  • Nubella Run -- Carresens trade ship, second of the name[60]
  • Nubit -- small taxi-type vessel at Codrescu Station[89]
  • OchoBalrog -- Carresens trade ship[60]
  • Odbert -- at Codrescu Station during Eylot blockade.[16]
  • Pale Wing -- "one of Korval's first-tier tradeships".[90] Captain Ama ven'Tyrlit, Trade Master tel'Brakin. Hunted by The Department of the Interior.[91]
  • Patience of Stone -- Asteroid mining vessel retrieved from Korval's ship-stack to be part of Pat Rin's fleet.[17]
  • Pebble Probe -- Asteroid mining vessel retrieved from Korval's ship-stack to be part of Pat Rin's fleet.[17]
  • Pretty Parcil -- Parcil trade ship[92]
  • Primadonna -- A light courier, piloted by Rig Tranza, owned by Hugglelans Galactica, on which Theo served an apprenticeship as co-pilot while earning her first class license[93]. Featured in Saltation and The Gathering Edge
  • Prism -- Carresens trade ship[60]
  • Profitable Passage -- Alkia trade ship[94]
  • Proud Plenty -- Terran trade ship[43]
  • Quanta Plus -- Present at the evacuation of the planet Solcintra[27]
  • Quick Passage -- Formerly Salkithin, a Troop Transport ship Captain Wellik deeded to Jela, who subsequently bequeathed it to Cantra. The lead ship of the Great Migration, pilot-owner Cantra yos'Phelium[95] and co-pilot Tor An yos'Galan.[96][97] Now buried beneath Jelaza Kazone and used as comm station, “library and refuge of last resort”[98]
  • Randall's Renegade -- Terran trampship, on which Vin Sin chel'Mara is to travel to Aedyr[99]
  • Raslain -- Ship on which Tyl Von sig'Alda departed Lufkit.[100]
  • Rebella -- Terran trade ship? Was in dock at Kago when Skeedaddle went for scheduled repairs; Captain Rolanni wasn't pleased to see it.[20]
  • Ride the Luck -- Aelliana Caylon, pilot and owner[101], also called L'il Orbit while Daav is on Delgado. Destroys ships belonging to The Department of the Interior [79] and is later destroyed by The Department.[102]
  • Ringfelder's Halcyon -- Terran trade ship[103]
  • Salene -- A free-trader, on which Agent of Change Val Con yos'Phelium served as cargo master under an assumed name during his journey to Lufkit.[104]
  • Scallion -- involved in a flight-path dispute with Vashtara near Delgado[105]
  • Selda -- Terran ship. The ship Priscilla served on before Dante.[7]
  • Selich -- Commanded by Trader Yinzatch. Fer Gun pen'Uldra's first job as a pilot after graduating from Anlingdin Piloting Academy[106]
  • Shadow Drake -- Korval ship in which Kareen, Luken and the children traveled to Runig's Rock to hide from The Department of the Interior.[50]
  • Skeedaddle -- Midj Rolanni's ship[28][20]
  • Skeen -- Liaden trading ship (Terran transliteration of uncertain accuracy)[21]
  • Spiral Dance (aka Dancer) -- Cantra's courier ship [107] Now in Liaden Universe (see Dragon Ship, Gathering Edge). See Spiral Dance page for more info.
  • Springbane -- Troop ship on which Jela's Own Troop evacuated from the planet Solcintra[108]
  • Star Wings -- responded to Codrescu pilots-in-peril call[4]
  • Strakin -- at Codrescu Station during Eylot blockade.[16]
  • Survey Nine -- Asteroid mining vessel retrieved from Korval's ship-stack to be part of Pat Rin's fleet.[17]
  • Survey One -- Asteroid mining vessel retrieved from Korval's ship-stack to be part of Pat Rin's fleet.[17]
  • Tansberg's Folly -- One of the ships re-routed for Ride the Luck's emergency flight[83]
  • Tarigan -- Fast Korval ship. A Scout survey ship, now upgraded with top line mods[109]. Flown by Jeeves from Liad to Surebleak, then used for Tocohl's mission to Jemiatha’s Jumble Stop[110] and Tinsori Light. Registered out of Waymart.[111]
  • Therinfel -- Liaden trading ship, of poor reputation[21]
  • Thresher -- Terran ship involved in shady business activities, perhaps smuggling.[13]
  • Thurstan -- Mentioned in ship chatter during Theo's first visit to Codrescu Station.[19]
  • Timonium Core -- Asteroid mining vessel retrieved from Korval's ship-stack to be part of Pat Rin's fleet.[17]
  • Torvin -- Win Ton's courier ship. "Often run solo, the Torvin can carry a crew of three plus three passengers on need, built thirty-seven Standards ago at the Korval-Mugston Yards on the Yolanna platform..."[112]
  • Trager's Wager -- Trager trading ship[74]
  • Tredstone -- Eylot strike-fighter that fired on Goma Chang[16][113]
  • Trident -- Warship Jela was serving on when he met The Tree[114]
  • Twinkle -- Carresens packet ship, responded to Codrescu pilots-in-peril call[4]
  • Tyrka -- Rand yos'Belin's courier vessel[115]
  • Tyrunner -- Terran ship. The ship Priscilla served on before Selda.[7]
  • Vail Runner -- This ship and its female Captain are regulars in Delgado orbit.[116]
  • Varthaven -- responded to Codrescu pilots-in-peril call[4]
  • Vashtara -- large cruise ship, transported Delgado scholars to and from Melchiza, where Theo and Kamele met Win Ton, Cho sig'Radia and other pilots (Fledgling) Also the ship Beba and Joshu took from Bazaar to Brulandia.[117]
  • Vernon -- Terran trade ship[45]
  • Vestrin -- ship Theo takes to Anlingdin Academy's on Eylot[118]
  • Vitran Seven -- fine-ore hauler in the approach lane at Ynsolt'i[61]
  • Vitran Thirteen -- fine-ore hauler in the approach lane at Ynsolt'i[61]
  • Vivulonj Prosperu -- the Uncle's ship[119]
  • WildeToad -- Terran trade ship; paid the price for messing with Old Tech[120] See Independent Logics
  • Winchester's Bullet -- Winchester trade ship[74]
  • Wynhael -- Rinork trading ship[21]
  • Zalyn -- mentioned in a Surebleak traffic control message; registered out of Waymart, pilot in charge Beetsher Wold[121]
  • Zipper -- Liaden ship in the 7th century of the Standard Calendar; crew included Tan El yo'Lanna and Dan Art yos'Phelium. During a journey in the outer arm, drive failure led to catastrophe which only Dan Art survived.[96]
  • Zircon Sea -- A supply ship that serves Codrescu Station.[26]
  • Zorba's Zen -- A trading ship that visited Langlast.[122]

ReferencesEdit

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  2. Alliance of Equals, ch 11
  3. Saltation, ch 36
  4. 4.0 4.1 4.2 4.3 4.4 4.5 Dragon Ship, ch 27
  5. Saltation, ch 41
  6. 6.0 6.1 Ghost Ship
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  9. Dragon Ship, ch 26
  10. 10.0 10.1 Trade Secret, ch 12
  11. Plan B, ch 7
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  13. 13.0 13.1 Ghost Ship ch 30
  14. Dragon Ship
  15. Cutting Corners
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  17. 17.0 17.1 17.2 17.3 17.4 17.5 17.6 17.7 17.8 I Dare, ch 48
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  26. 26.0 26.1 Landed Alien
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  28. 28.0 28.1 Carpe Diem, ch 18
  29. Due Diligence, ch 5
  30. Neogenesis prologue
  31. Trade Secret, ch 27
  32. I Dare
  33. Changeling
  34. I Dare
  35. "Wise Child"
  36. Dragon Ship, ch 39
  37. Dragon Ship, ch 36
  38. Scout's Progress, ch 34
  39. Mouse and Dragon, ch 37
  40. Kin Ties
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  42. Saltation, ch 27
  43. 43.0 43.1 43.2 "Out of True"
  44. Fledgling, ch 38
  45. 45.0 45.1 45.2 Trade Secret, ch 25
  46. Balance of Trade, ch 7
  47. Scout's Progress, ch 21
  48. Plan B, ch 30
  49. I Dare, ch 2
  50. 50.0 50.1 Hidden Resources
  51. I Dare
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  53. 53.0 53.1 53.2 Roving Gambler
  54. Dragon in Exile, ch 16
  55. 55.0 55.1 Balance of Trade, ch 36
  56. Trade Secret, ch 14
  57. Dragon Ship, ch 5
  58. 58.0 58.1 Balance of Trade, ch 1
  59. Balance of Trade, ch 2
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  61. 61.0 61.1 61.2 61.3 Dragon Ship, ch 32
  62. Dragon in Exile, ch 12
  63. 63.0 63.1 63.2 63.3 I Dare, ch 55
  64. Dragon Ship, ch 9
  65. Balance of Trade, ch 11
  66. Ghost Ship, ch 20
  67. Saltation, ch 35
  68. Dragon Ship, Epilogue
  69. Trade Secret, ch 6
  70. I Dare, ch 54
  71. Due Diligence, ch 1
  72. Due Diligence, ch 8
  73. Dragon in Exile, ch 32
  74. 74.0 74.1 74.2 Balance of Trade, ch 31
  75. "The Space at Tinsori Light"
  76. Dragon Ship, ch 25
  77. Crystal Dragon, ch 1
  78. Mouse and Dragon, ch 40
  79. 79.0 79.1 "Breath's Duty"
  80. Carpe Diem, ch 13
  81. Scout's Progress, ch 5
  82. Local Custom, chapter 13
  83. 83.0 83.1 Scout's Progress, ch 29
  84. Necessity's Child, ch 12
  85. "A Matter of Dreams"
  86. Crystal Dragon, ch 36
  87. 87.0 87.1 Trade Secret, ch 9
  88. Trade Secret, ch 16
  89. Dragon Ship, ch 24
  90. Alliance of Equals, ch 5
  91. Alliance of Equals, ch 6
  92. Crystal Soldier, ch 11
  93. Saltation, ch 32
  94. Crystal Dragon, ch 8
  95. Crystal Dragon, ch 30
  96. 96.0 96.1 Crystal Dragon, ch 24
  97. Crystal Dragon, ch 27
  98. Dragon in Exile
  99. Scout's Progress, ch 8
  100. Carpe Diem, ch 2
  101. Scout's Progress, ch 6
  102. Ghost Ship, ch 42
  103. Balance of Trade, ch 3
  104. Agent of Change, ch 4
  105. Fledgling, ch 19
  106. Due Diligence, ch 4
  107. Crystal Soldier
  108. Crystal Dragon, ch 33
  109. Alliance of Equals
  110. Dragon in Exile, ch 23
  111. Dragon in Exile, ch 27
  112. Saltation, ch 18
  113. Dragon Ship, ch 22
  114. Crystal Soldier, ch 1
  115. Trade Secret, ch 11
  116. Plan B, ch 3
  117. "Persistence"
  118. Saltation, ch 1
  119. Dragon in Exile, interlude 3
  120. Balance of Trade, ch 39
  121. Neogenesis, ch 8
  122. Alliance of Equals, ch 23