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A Shipyard is a facility with the ability to create, service, and/or overhaul starships and spaceships.

  • Most facilities are located in orbit around a planet although other spacebourne locations have been known.
  • Some facilties are located within asteroid (planetoid) belts or on moons or vacuum worlds.
  • Smaller ships may be located planetside.

Library Data Referral Tree

Please see the following AAB Library Data articles for more information:
Manufacturing Technology of Charted Space - Ship Design:

Description (Specifications)

More capable starports nearly always contain shipyard facilities.

History & Background (Dossier)

No information yet available.

Worlds & Sectors (Astrography)

These facilities are located throughout:
Charted Space

World Listing: 1105

The following systems and worlds are known to possess this facility:

39 of 39 World articles in Shipyard
871-438  •  Afellahlah  •  Alpher  •  Anshu  •  Binges  •  Celepina  •  Dade  •  Dauni  •  Dekha  •  Depot (De 1613)  •  Efate  •  Enrique  •  Fermi (De 1223)  •  Giinurmuu  •  Gwynedd  •  Huy Braseal  •  Imone  •  Inkekush  •  Junidy  •  Kaig  •  Karst  •  Kirklend  •  Lamas  •  Luna  •  Magash  •  Mianda  •  Mire (SM 0527)  •  Miskahmiqui  •  Norg  •  Orra  •  Paya  •  Pixie  •  Prometheus  •  Provalan  •  Quare  •  Regina  •  Sha'anoe  •  Umnudar  •  Veejay  •  
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