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*The ''Adriatic'' is one of the few ships in the Fleet whose name is based on modern instead of ancient Earth history, as it appears to be named after the [[Wikipedia:Adriatic Sea|Adriatic Sea]], an arm of the [[Wikipedia:Mediterranean Sea|Mediterranean Sea]] that separates Italy from the Balkan peninsula on [[Earth (RDM)|Earth]].
 
*The ''Adriatic'' is one of the few ships in the Fleet whose name is based on modern instead of ancient Earth history, as it appears to be named after the [[Wikipedia:Adriatic Sea|Adriatic Sea]], an arm of the [[Wikipedia:Mediterranean Sea|Mediterranean Sea]] that separates Italy from the Balkan peninsula on [[Earth (RDM)|Earth]].
 
*In addition to the ocean, the [[Wikipedia:White Star Line|White Star Line]] named two of its vessels ''Adriatic'', one entering service in [[Wikipedia:SS Adriatic (1871)|1871]] and the other in [[Wikipedia:RMS Adriatic (1907)|1907]]
 
*In addition to the ocean, the [[Wikipedia:White Star Line|White Star Line]] named two of its vessels ''Adriatic'', one entering service in [[Wikipedia:SS Adriatic (1871)|1871]] and the other in [[Wikipedia:RMS Adriatic (1907)|1907]]
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Revision as of 22:55, 4 July 2011

Adriatic
[[Image:|275px|Adriatic]]
Race: Colonial
Type: Civilian
FTL: Yes
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Fate: Destroyed
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Additional Information
Adriatic in the separate continuity
Adriatic in the primary continuity


The Adriatic is the first ship in the Fleet other than Galactica and Pegasus that is known to have weapons. Adriatic is armed with ship-to-ship missiles of a limited range.

This ship, or at least a majority of her crew, are part of Roslin's fleet that jumps to Kobol.

It is in weapon's range of Kara Thrace and her party's stolen Cylon Heavy Raider when it returns from Caprica, though it does not fire (Home, Part I).

When Kendra Shaw tries to tune in to a Talk Wireless interview with Gaius Baltar, she picks up a transmission from the Adriatic to the Demetrius concerning cargo wasting in its holds (Razor).

The Adriatic is permanently lost along with its skeleton crew during its passage through a star cluster putting out immense amounts of stellar radiation after Lieutenant Brendan Costanza fails to locate and shepherd the ship to safety (The Passage).

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