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What are the biggest ships in Starfield?

Bigger is better.

Starfield has some absolutely excellent ships in the game, both for purchase and to build. A number of the best ones can actually be found in the vast universe, such as the Mantis. However, a lot of the others must be bought. They come in many different shapes and sizes, from nippy little fighters to hulking tankers for transporting goods. In this guide, we will look at some of the biggest ships in Starfield, so you can really make an entrance.

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If you really want to build a massive ship, the best approach is to get into the shipbuilder and create a goliath. The shipbuilder can be a little confusing at times, though, so you would be forgiven for not wanting to get too deep into it.

If you want to get your hands on some of the biggest ships in Starfield, then keep a lookout for these.

Wanderlust

What are the biggest ships in Starfield?

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You can find this absolute beast in the Ixyll galaxy at the Elios Retreat. This location is also the home to the mission that will grant you the Peacemaker armor and weapon in Starfield. The ship has a cost of 165,125 and has 400 Fuel, 1228 Hull, 2375 Cargo, 4 Crew, and 610 Shield.

Star Eagle

Slightly better looking than the huge, flat Wanderlust. It still packs a massive punch with 140 Fuel, 948 Hull, 2736 Cargo, 5 Crew, and 760 Shield. However, you can’t buy this ship in Starfield and instead need to complete the Freestar Rangers questline to get your hands on this mega cruiser.

It is one of the most balanced ships, so although it is huge, it will provide everything else you need to boot.

Silent Runner

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This beast has the largest cargo capacity in the pre-made biggest ships in Starfield, with an enormous 6080 Cargo Capacity. It also has 30 Fuel, 1164 Hull, 5 Crew, and 975 Shield. This tube-looking spacecraft isn’t exactly pleasing to the eye and will set you back 390,150 from Hopetown.

Dragonfire

If you want a whole entourage with you in Starfield, then look no further than the Dragonfire. It has an excellent crew capacity of 7, and along with that, it also has 1550 Fuel, 836 Hull, 2990 Cargo, and 680 Shield. It will set you back 308,425, also from the Elios Retreat.

Roanoke

What are the biggest ships in Starfield?

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Another one of the ships made by those reformed criminals in the Elios Retreat is the Roanoke. It can also be found at the New Homestead, Stroud-Eklund Staryard (Dalvik), and Akila City. This is one of the biggest ships in Starfield, and it boasts 420 Fuel, 678 Hull, 2375 Cargo, 4 Crew, and 545 Shield. It is also one of the cheapest on the list at only 173,925.


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