Whether it be on television or in movies, we’ve been introduced to so many classic ships of the sea, and there’s nearly something in every fandom that is memorable for someone. From Staten Island Yacht Sales comes this infographic that has something for everyone, with a comprehensive collection of 43 yachts from pop culture.

This infographic from Staten Island Yacht Sales breaks these ships, boats and yachts into three sections – those which are under 100 feet, those that are over 100 feet, and those that are over 1,000 feet, although the latter doesn’t include much. On this guide, there are just three ships that are massive compared to the rest, as these checked in at over 1,000 feet each.

  • SS Anne, Pokemon: The renowned luxury cruise line was first seen in the original Pokemon titles, Pokemon Red and Blue, for the Nintendo Game Boy in 1998. Each year within the Pokemon universe, the SS Anne is known to stop in Vermilion City, Kanto.
  • RMS Poseidon, Poseidon: The RMS Poseidon is a large luxury ocean liner that met a terrible fate in the 2006 film Poseidon, being capsized as a result of a massive rogue wave.
  • Ark, 2012: The destruction film known as 2012 saw nine ships brace the chaos in an attempt to preserve humanity, fine arts, animals and world history as the Apocalypse unfolded. Each of the nine arks in the film was able to hold more than 100,000 people each.

While they may not be big in size, there are several classic ships, boats and yachts that measure in at under 100 feet that are also featured, including these ten classics:

  1. The Death Boat, Clash of the Titans
  2. The Riverboat, Willy Wonka & The Chocolate Factory
  3. Jenny, Forrest Gump
  4. John Rambo’s Boat, Rambo IV
  5. Orca, Jaws
  6. Argo, Greek Mythology
  7. The Aurora, The Adventures of TIntin
  8. Spinacher, Popeye
  9. Stealth Ship, Tomorrow Never Dies
  10. S.S. Minnow, Gilligan’s Island

Of these 43 different ships, boats and yachts from these many different fandoms across pop culture, which is your favorite?

 

 

 

 

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