All 300 Starfield ships and where to find them

All 300 Starfield ships and where to find them

There are 300 Starfield ships that you can buy, capture, and customize, so we cataloged all of them, and where you can find them.

There are over 300 Starfield ships in the game, and works as your home away from home as well as your basic form of transport. Each ship offers an array of weapons, cargo space, and the ability to hop from planet to planet.

A good Starfield ship can help you carry enough resources to start up an outpost, but the best Starfield ships offer an expansive cargo hold, enough weapons to make any pirate think twice about attacking you, and allow you to jump from one end of the universe to the other.

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You’ll start the game with the Frontier ship upon completing the Starfield opening mission and tutorial, but it’s worth shopping around for a replacement ship as soon as you can afford one. Consider taking the Kid Stuff trait to get a free ship early on, or try your hand at raiding the Vulture’s Roost and stealing the Dagger hiding there.

Every Starfield ship

We’ve gathered every ship in the game, including their stats, vendor locations, and cataloged a full list of Starfield ship components you can use to upgrade your ships.

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Here is a list of every Starfield ship:

  • Aegis

    • Mass 736
    • Cost 207150
    • Class B
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  • Dagger

    • Mass 306
    • Cost 7250
    • Class A
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  • Falcon

    • Mass 753
    • Cost 132075
    • Class B
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Once you’ve chosen the best Starfield ship from our full database, you can fly to a spaceport and equip a plethora of Starfield ship components to make it truly unique. Don’t forget to assign crew members to your ship, and take Starfield skills in the Tech tree to further boost your ship’s stats.

Best Starfield ships

From our extensive playthroughs, we’ve encountered a number of powerful Starfield ships that can easily be called the best. Whether its the most protective shields, the largest cargo hold, or a ship that can grav jump from one side of the universe to the other, here are the best ships in the Settled Systems:

Best overall Starfield ship

Received by reaching the Starfield ending and entering the Starfield New Game Plus mode, this unique ship features gravity bomb weapons, and an invisibility field when you use your engine boost. The Guardian’s jump distance is nothing to sniff at, but the one major downside to this ship is its lack of customization options. But, given the advanced nature of the technology, that’s not too surprising.

Best free Starfield ship

The Razorleaf is a free ship you can get by completing the Mantis mission and packs an impressive punch in a fight. For an early-game ship, the Razorleaf nearly doubles the cargo capacity of the Starfield starting ship, the Frontier, and comes with a small goodie bag of armor and weapons in its cargo hold.

Best mid-game Starfield ship

The Star Eagle, much like the other best ships in our list, is free! By following the Freestar Collective questline to its conclusion, you’ll be rewarded with a heavily-armed and spacious ship.

Customizing your Starfield ship

In order to customize your ship, you’ll need to head over to a Ship Services Technician at any of the major Starfield cities, or head to a space station like the Deimos Staryard. From there, you can speak with an NPC and access the Starfield ship customization system, where you can upgrade, replace, remove, and add new Starfield ship components. Upgrading your ship in any capacity can be quite expensive unless you’re making minor adjustments, so make sure you save up some Credits in advance, or use a Starfield console command to get more.

There are 14 stats associated with ships that you can improve by using different parts or components, giving you the ability to customize how you fly:

  • Cargo – the amount of cargo space a ship has for Starfield resources, items, weapons, and armor.
  • Shielded Cargo – the amount of cargo space designed to hide Starfield contraband from ship scans.
  • Crew – the amount of crew you can have on board.
  • Hull – the physical hitpoints of the ship. Reach 0, and you’re dead, so keep some Ship Parts to hand.
  • Shield – a rechargeable barrier which prevents your ship’s hull from taking damage.
  • Jump Range – how far your gravity drive can take you in a single jump.
  • Mobility – how easily and quickly your ship turns.
  • Top Speed – how fast your ship can travel in a straight line.
  • Mass – how heavy your ship is, which affects how many engines you’ll need to turn effectively.
  • LAS – short for ‘Laser’ ship weapons.
  • BAL – short for ‘Ballistic’ ship weapons.
  • MSL – short for ‘Missile’ ship weapons.
  • PAR – short for ‘Particle Beam’ ship weapons.
  • EM – short for ‘Electromagnetic’ ship weapons.

Fortunately, there are loads of Starfield ship modules from a range of Starfield ship manufacturers which give a unique flavor to every vessel you create.

How many ships are there in Starfield?

From our extensive playthroughs, we have found 300 unique ships exist in Starfield. Finding them can be quite a challenge as ship vendors will have somewhat randomized inventories depending on your Starfield level. Thus, should we find even more Starfield ships, especially when the upcoming Starfield DLC releases, we will be back to update this page.

The Starfield community has already been hard at work creating their own Starfield ship designs, with many fans drawing inspiration from popular media franchises.

Have a creation of your own you want to share? Let us see what ships you’ve come up with in our Starfield forum.

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