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|Capital Ship Combatants||Escort Combatants||Military Smallcraft||Support Ships|
|Battleship||Cruiser||Carrier||Destroyer||Escort||Frigate||System Defense Boat||Fighter||Assault Transport||Smallcraft||Auxiliaries|
|Commercial Mercantile Ships||Non-Mercantile Commercial Ships||Non-Commercial Ships||Civilian Smallcraft||Highports & Satellites|
|Merchant||Liner||Transport||Commercial Industrial||Commercial Ships||General||Research||Private||Auxiliary||Orbital
Commercial ships are civilian ships used for commercial purposes, other than merchant and transport activity.
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|Construction (GC)||Ships designed for construction or industrial activities. This class also covers civilian repair vessels, as well as, mobile docks. Many of the largest are not jump capable.|
|Mining (GM)||Ships designed for mining activities or which support mining activities. This class includes prospectors, miners, and other ships used for resource extraction.|
|Tenders(GT)||Commercial tenders used to assist, resupply, and perform maintenance activities. Many include recreational and medical facilities.|
|Tugs (GE)||Tugs are designed to move large masses such as ships, freight modules, asteroids, and construction materials.|
|18 Representative Commercial (G) Classes|