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The Fleet


Overview
The fleet consisted originally of sixty-three civilian ships under the safeguard of the Battlestar Galactica. After the destruction of the Olympic Carrier, the fleet consisted of only sixty-two civilian ships and the Galactica herself until the encounter with Mercury-class Battlestar Pegasus six months after the attacks in "Pegasus".

After the destruction of Cloud Nine and three other civilian ships, the fleet number was reduced to sixty prior to the settlement of New Caprica. The exact number of ships in the fleet is unknown, however, in "The Passage", each trip consisted of escorting nine ships each escorted by one Raptor, meaning the number would've been approximately forty-five civilian ships and Galactica prior to the events of the episode.

After the Battle of the Ionian Nebula, the fleet possibly consisted of at least forty-two ships ("He That Believeth In Me"), "Revelations").

All remaining ships of the fleet were subsequently destroyed when they were sent into the sun of new Earth ("Daybreak, Part II).

Named Ships
Astral Queen, prison transport vessel, captained by Owen Wilkens
Carina, salvage and repairs construction platform - missing in the star cluster while being escorted by Captain Louanne "Kat" Katraine in "The Passage"
Celestra, extended duration research and science ship
Chrion, passenger liner (Sagitarrian Spaceways)
Cloud Nine, biodome luxury liner - destroyed by a nuclear warhead by Gina Inviere in "Lay Down Your Burdens, Part II"
Colonial One, formerly Colonial Heavy 798, heavy transport, captained by Barclay (serves as President Laura Roslin's flagship)
Cybele, container ship (Trans Colony)
Daru Mozu, tylium refinery ship
Demetrius, sewage recycling ship
Galactica, Jupiter-class Battlestar, flagship and protector of the Colonial Fleet, commanded by Commander (later Rear Admiral) William Adama
Gemenon Traveller, modified cargo freighter-transport, captained by an unnamed captain
Gideon, heavy hauler transport, captained by Elias Meeker
Hitei Kan, tylium refinery ship
Kimba Huta, cargo freighter-transport, the Fleet's cold storage vessel
Majahual, mining ship
Monarch, mining ship
Olympic Carrier, passenger liner (Intersun) - destroyed by Captain Lee "Apollo" Adama and Lieutenant Kara "Starbuck" Thrace in "33"
Prometheus, freighter, source of the fleet's black market, captained by Doyle Franks
Pyxis, passenger liner (Sagitarrian Spaceways), captained by Jules Tarney - destroyed by an out-of-control Cylon Raider during the Battle of the Ionian Nebula in "He That Believeth In Me"
Rising Star, luxury liner (Trans Stellar Services), acts as a hospital ship in the fleet
Striker, extended duration research and science ship
Thera Sita, cargo freighter-transport
Virgon Express, salvage and repairs construction platform, noted as often being wrong side up compared to its counterparts
Zephyr, ringed luxury liner

Unnamed Ships
5 Colonial Movers heavy transports - one of these was destroyed when Cloud Nine exploded in "Lay Down Your Burdens, Part II"
2 Gemini Freights ordnance freighters
2 Kodiak-type vessels - one of these was destroyed when Cloud Nine exploded in "Lay Down Your Burdens, Part II"
2 long-necked vessels - one of these was destroyed when Cloud Nine exploded in "Lay Down Your Burdens, Part II"
1 tubed vessel
1 five-engined vessel
1 wedge-shaped vessel
1 agro ship
2 passenger liners (1 Pan Galactic and 1 Gemon Liners)


Mentioned Only
Adrasteia - seen on the voting tally board aboard Colonial One and Galactica in "Lay Down Your Burdens, Part II"
Adriatic - armed with ship-to-ship missiles - member of Laura Roslin's breakaway fleet in "Home, Part I" - missing in the star cluster while being escorted by Lieutenant Brendan "Hot Dog" Costanza in "The Passage"
Amduatey - seen on the voting tally board aboard Galactica in "Lay Down Your Burdens, Part II"
Argo Navis - captained by Simpson Markson, a member of the five ship captain's tribunal during the trial of Doctor Gaius Baltar in Crossroads Part I and II
Aurora - home of Leslie Starus, a woman known for making headbands and bandanas, mentioned in "Faith" by a dying Emily Kowalski to Laura Roslin
Baah Pakal - mentioned by Colonel Saul Tigh as having a pair of obsolete DDG-62 engines aboard that would be used on the Blackbird stealth fighter Laura in "Flight of the Phoenix"
Breton - seen on the voting tally board aboard Colonial One and Galactica in "Lay Down Your Burdens, Part II"
Carillon Trader - seen on the voting tally board aboard Colonial One and Galactica in "Lay Down Your Burdens, Part II"
Coba - seen on the voting tally board aboard Galactica in "Lay Down Your Burdens, Part II"
Coronis - mentioned by Playa Palacios in "Litmus" as having complained at being last on supply runs
Dahshur - seen on the voting tally board aboard Galactica in "Lay Down Your Burdens, Part II"
Diomedes - seen on the voting tally board aboard Galactica in "Lay Down Your Burdens, Part II"
Embla Brokk - seen on the voting tally board aboard Galactica in "Lay Down Your Burdens, Part II"
Enkidu - one of the first ships to be escorted through the star cluster in "The Passage"
Epheme - seen on the voting tally board aboard Colonial One and Galactica in "Lay Down Your Burdens, Part II"
Faru Sadin - almost went missing in the star cluster while being escorted by Captain Louanne "Kat" Katraine on the final trip in "The Passage"
"Galatea" - seen on the voting tally board aboard Colonial One and Galactica in "Lay Down Your Burdens, Part II"
Greenleaf - home ship of Asha Janik, a woman from Picon who attempted to sabotage aboard Galactica in "Epiphanies", and Ray and Sesha Abinell before Ray's death in a Cylon attack ten weeks prior to the events of "Sacrifice".
Harrak - seen on the voting tally board aboard Colonial One and Galactica in "Lay Down Your Burdens, Part II"
Hexarie - seen on the voting tally board aboard Colonial One and Galactica in "Lay Down Your Burdens, Part II"
Inchon Velle - home ship of brain surgeon Doctor Gerard, responsible for doing brain surgery on injured Ensign Samuel "Longshot" Anders in "No Exit" and a psychiatrist that Captain Karl "Helo" Agathon and Lieutenant Sharon "Athena" Agathon were considering seeing over their daughter's nightmares in "Maelstrom"
Kara Nixal - seen on the voting tally board aboard Colonial One and Galactica in "Lay Down Your Burdens, Part II"
Kiya - seen on the voting tally board aboard Galactica in "Lay Down Your Burdens, Part II"
McConnell - a supply ship that Commander Jack Fisk "raided" for supplies while running a black market from the Pegasus while he was in command of the ship between "Resurrection Ship, Part II" and "Black Market"
Mutem Wia - seen on the voting tally board aboard Colonial One and Galactica in "Lay Down Your Burdens, Part II"
Odysseus - seen on the voting tally board aboard Colonial One and Galactica in "Lay Down Your Burdens, Part II"
Persephone - seen on the voting tally board aboard Galactica in "Lay Down Your Burdens, Part II"
Picon 36 - a civilian ship that contacted Colonial One over his reluctance to leave the sublight ships behind in "the Miniseries"
Rhadamanthys - seen on the voting tally board aboard Colonial One and Galactica in "Lay Down Your Burdens, Part II"
Salpica - home ship of Samuel T. Anders following the exodus from New Caprica from between "Collaborators" and "The Son Also Rises"
Sargon - seen on the voting tally board aboard Colonial One and Galactica in "Lay Down Your Burdens, Part II"
Scorpia Traveller - docked with Galactica in "Litmus" where a copy of Aaron Doral smuggled himself aboard
Swordfish - seen on the voting tally board aboard Colonial One and Galactica in "Lay Down Your Burdens, Part II"
Tarbadek - seen on the voting tally board aboard Colonial One and Galactica in "Lay Down Your Burdens, Part II"
Tauranian Traveller - attempted to break away from the fleet during the events of "33"
Tora Bashiri - seen on the voting tally board aboard Colonial One and Galactica in "Lay Down Your Burdens, Part II"
Vena Capa - seen on the voting tally board aboard Galactica in "Lay Down Your Burdens, Part II"
Virga - seen on the voting tally board aboard Galactica in "Lay Down Your Burdens, Part II"
Ziusudra - seen on the voting tally board aboard Colonial One and Galactica in "Lay Down Your Burdens, Part II"