It is true. Bethesda’s great game does offer many ships easy to get without spending a cent. But still, that won’t satisfy many players. We need to buy some of the best ships in the game, unfortunately. It does mean having an easier time navigating through space. So, we will use our experience to introduce you to all the ships you can buy in our **Starfield ship list** guide.

A great ship is not only a powerful tool in combat. It is also a reliable means of carrying valuable resources and cargo. You want to make money, don’t you? Then you need to sell items as well. Also, blast those enemy ships out of the sky. Or space, don’t know.

Follow our experience to find out which vessels are available in the game with our nice **Starfield ship list** guide.

## What ships to buy in Starfield

**Here are all the ships we found for sale in Starfield, including their base cost:**

- Watchdog – 42,000 Base Cost
- Discovery – 52,050 Base Cost
- Transpo – 57,150 Base Cost
- Rambler – 57,600 Base Cost
- Responder – 65,300 Base Cost
- Archilles – 66,525 Base Cost
- Sparrow – 72,450 Base Cost
- Thresher – Base Cost: 75,950
- Mustang – Base Cost 79,550
- Mako – 83,250 Base Cost
- Longsword – 86,675 Base Cost
- Rambler II – 87,839 Base Cost
- Watchdog II – 89,200 Base Cost
- Wendigo – 91,325 Cost
- Trader Railstar – 93,125 Base Cost
- Econohaul – 94,975 Base Cost
- Mule – 97,825 Base Cost
- Archhilles II – 97,876 Base Cost
- Vagabond – 102,950 Base Cost
- Crimson Fleet Phantom II – 103,575 Base Cost
- Kfir – 104,125 Base Cost
- Narcissus – 107,800 Base Cost
- Mustang II – 107,800 Base Cost
- Responder II – 116,129 Base Cost
- Hoplite – 122,050 Base Cost
- Pik Up – 122,450 Base Cost
- Hammerhead – 123,525 Base Cost
- Shackleton – 129,800 Base Cost
- Crimson Fleet Haunt II – 130,650 Base Cost
- Sparrow II – 130,750 Base Cost
- Falcon – 132,075 Base Cost
- Galelio – 132,850 Base Cost
- Warhorse – 132,975 Base Cost
- Wendigo II – 133,082 Base Cost
- Sunsail – Base Cost: 136,900
- Pterosaur – 139,575 Base Cost
- Live Muv II- 140,850 Base Cost
- Privateer – 146,000 Base Cost
- Trebuchet – 150,125 Base Cost
- Warhammer – 150,765 Base Cost
- Pterosaur II – 157,993 Base Cost
- Carry All – 158,739 Base Cost
- Marathon – 159,450 Base Cost
- Hoplite II – 160,488 Base Cost
- Galelio II – 162,544 Base Cost
- Wanderlust – 165,125 Base Cost
- Watchdog III – 165,473 Base Cost
- Asphalt CB – 168,891 Base Cost
- Phalanx – 169,550 Base Cost
- Roanoke – 173,925 Base Cost
- Crimson Fleet Ghost III – 177,450 Base Cost
- Phalanx II – 182,050 Base Cost
- Falcon II – 185,675 Base Cost
- Crimson Fleet Spector III- 187,175 Base Cost
- Big Rig – 187,302 Base Cost
- Pelican – 187,350 Base Cost
- Caravan – 194,675 Base Cost
- Narcissus II – 195,360 base Cost
- Wagontrain – 196,119 Base Cost
- Sunsail II – 197,840 Base Cost
- Warhammer II – 220,156 Base Cost
- Ranger – 220,225 Base Cost
- Warwolf – 225,175 Base Cost
- Spacetruk – 227,724 Base Cost
- Crimson Fleet Banshee – 236,125 Base Cost
- Nimitz – 237,625 Base Cost
- Orca – 249,925 Base Cost
- Crimson Fleet Wraith – 249,925 Base Cost
- Murasame – 250,025 Base Cost
- Dullahan – 258,550 Base Cost
- Vindicator – 263,465 Base Cost
- Civshuttle II – 269,944 Base Cost
- Conquerer – 272,500 Base Cost
- Crossbow – 277,460 Base Cost
- Star Semi – 279,100 Base Cost
- Shieldbreaker – 279,425 Base Cost
- Dragonfire – 308,425 Base Cost
- Crimson Fleet Wight – 317,700 Base Cost
- Voyager – 319,801 Base Cost
- Dragonfire II – 324,846 Base Cost
- Abyss Trekker – 365,525 Base Cost
- Silent Runner – 390,150 Base Cost
- Stronghold – 400,125 Base Cost
- Narwhal – 455,400 Base Cost

We are sure that these will help you increase your gameplay experience and fun. We know we did have a lot of fun navigating around in our Abyss Trekken, even though that costed a lot of money. Oh our poor wallets!

But, do check back and we’ll tell you more about how these ships work. Also, looking for more news on Starfield? Check out How to play Starfield on Xbox One explained and Starfield Traits – how to modify them.