There are seven different Seagallop ferries, all of which are referred to as Seagallop Hi-Speed (Japanese: シーギャロップハイスピード Sea Gallop High-Speed), followed by a number. Before boarding a Seagallop ferry, a sailor will announce the model of the ferry, which varies according to the ferry's destination and port of origin.
The following is a listing of the various models:
- Seagallop Hi-Speed 7 (Japanese: シーギャロップハイスピード７ Sea Gallop High-Speed 7) takes the player to any of the Sevii Islands (except Navel Rock and Birth Island) from Vermilion City and vice versa; it also takes the player back to Vermilion City from Navel Rock or Birth Island.
- Seagallop Hi-Speed 6 (Japanese: シーギャロップハイスピード６ Sea Gallop High-Speed 6) takes the player from any island in one of the three Sevii Islands groups to any island in one of the other two groups.
- Seagallop Hi-Speed 2 (Japanese: シーギャロップハイスピード２ Sea Gallop High-Speed 2) takes the player between Knot, Boon, and Kin Islands.
- Seagallop Hi-Speed 3 (Japanese: シーギャロップハイスピード３ Sea Gallop High-Speed 3) takes the player between Floe and Chrono Islands.
- Seagallop Hi-Speed 5 (Japanese: シーギャロップハイスピード５ Sea Gallop High-Speed 5) takes the player between Fortune and Quest Islands.
- Seagallop Hi-Speed 10 (Japanese: シーギャロップハイスピード１０ Sea Gallop High-Speed 10) takes the player from Vermilion City to Navel Rock.
- Seagallop Hi-Speed 12 (Japanese: シーギャロップハイスピード１２ Sea Gallop High-Speed 12) takes the player from Vermilion City to Birth Island.
Access to the Sevii Islands
In the manga
The Seagallop in Pokémon Adventures
In the Pokémon Adventures manga
The Seagallop first appeared in Now You See Me..., where Red, Blue, and Green boarded the ferry at the Vermilion Harbor for One Island. During the entire FireRed & LeafGreen chapter, the Seagallop was used by the main characters and Ultima as their main way of moving from Sevii Island to another.
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