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Gault was a Human farming colony, initially settled shortly after First Contact in 2063. It was populated primarily by a group called the Siberian Collective, including many individuals of Russian and Ukrainian descent. In its early years, it became an important provider of food and agricultural good for United Earth, and later for the United Federation of Planets.

As replicators became more widespread, Gault focused more on export to other non-Federation worlds, including the Klingon Empire, Yridians, the Gorn Hegemony, and the Lissepians. Among the most popular exports were Sackmanov apples, Horst pears, Ulanov spices, and wheat. (ST novel: A Singular Destiny)

Sergey and Helena Rozhenko lived on Gault for a time in the mid 24th century, and their adopted son, Worf, spent his early childhood there. (TNG episode: "Heart of Glory"; TLE novel: The Art of the Impossible) In 2357, thirteen-year-old Worf accidentally killed another Gault boy, Mikel, in a collision during a soccer match. (DS9 episode: "Let He Who Is Without Sin...")

In the late 24th century, Gault obtained a modern water reclamation system, designed by the Carreon. The Deltans petitioned newly elected Federation President Nan Bacco in 2379 to be provided a similar system, leading to a long and protracted trade dispute with Carrea. (TNG novel: A Time for War, A Time for Peace; ST novel: A Singular Destiny)

Following the Borg Invasion of 2381, Gault's stasis food stores were opened to supply the newly created refugee camps around the Federation. (ST novel: A Singular Destiny)

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Captain Gault
Captain Gault
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Captain Gault was the Australian captain of the freighter Kahana.

On the freighter


Days 96-99 (Season 4)

Captain Gault ("Ji Yeon")

Gault ordered Omar and Keamy to fetch Frank Lapidus from the sickbay so that he could talk to the pilot. When they arrived, Sayid, who was being held in sickbay, requested to talk to the captain as well, but Omar discounted Sayid's request. ("The Constant")

After Regina committed suicide, Gault ordered the crew to refrain from trying to rescue her. He informed Sayid and Desmond that the engines of the boat had been sabotaged, that his orders were to move the freighter to "safer waters" away from the Island once the engines had been repaired, and that these orders came from the ship's owner, Charles Widmore. Gault showed the two the flight data recorder ("black box") recovered from the purported wreckage of Oceanic Flight 815. The ship's physician Ray volunteered his opinion of the captain to Sayid: the Captain "tells it like it is", but the two had "better not cross him." ("Ji Yeon")

That night, Gault discovered two crewmembers attempting to escape the freighter in the ship's tender. He beat the would-be deserters with his fists, telling the other crewmembers that he was doing so to save their lives, reminding them of the fates of George Minkowski and Brandon, who had earlier made an ill-fated voyage in the ship's tender and died of the effects of time-transported consciousness. Later, Sayid and Desmond burst into Gault's room with Michael, and Sayid reveals that Michael is the saboteur and that his name is not Kevin Johnson. Gault stares at them and does not answer. ("Meet Kevin Johnson")

The helicopter, having gone to the Island on a mission, returned with a badly wounded crew member, Mayhew.
Keamy takes Gault's key by force. ("Cabin Fever")
Keamy immediately accused Gault of ratting him out to Benjamin Linus, because Ben knew Keamy's history. Gault denied this, taking Keamy to Michael. Keamy attempted to kill Michael once discovering he was the rat, even though Gault tried to stop him. The gun jammed, however, and Michael was spared. Gault then revealed to Keamy that Michael was needed to fix the engines, since Michael broke them. Keamy then confronted Gault for his key, which Gault refused to give up, stating that Keamy was suffering from the same sickness that afflicted Regina. However, Keamy forcefully took Gault's key, which was used with Keamy's key to unlock a safe with a secondary protocol book in it.
Gault holds Keamy at gunpoint on the deck of the Kahana. ("Cabin Fever")
Gault was shocked when Keamy threatened to torch the island, and was ordered by Keamy to fix his gun.

Gault then found Sayid and Desmond on the deck, and instructed them to hide from Keamy. However, Sayid counterproposed, and asked for the Zodiac raft of the boat. Gault agreed, and Sayid set off on the boat. That night, as Keamy prepared to leave, Lapidus was having second thoughts after talking to Michael. After watching Keamy slit Ray's throat, Gault confronted him, firing a warning shot and telling him to stand down. Keamy then revealed a device strapped to his arm. Gault asked what the device was, but was suddenly shot dead by Keamy, who retrieved his gun from the captain and took off in the helicopter. ("Cabin Fever")


  • "Captain Gault" is a fictional sea captain created by English writer William Hope Hodgson. A captain for hire, Gault is a morally ambiguous and mysterious character. A collection of his stories can be found in the book Captain Gault, Being the Exceedingly Private Log of a Sea-Captain, published in 1917.
  • In Ayn Rand's novel, Atlas Shrugged, John Galt is an engineer and entrepreneur who organizes a "labor strike" of the world's captains of industry. Galt invites them all to a location that is shielded by a "ray screen," so that those in the outside world cannot find him. (p.650)
  • During casting, the character of Gault was known as "Huston, 50s, male, Caucasian, weathered face, salt and pepper hair, a man who immediately commands great authority but someone you don't want to cross. He has a job to do and he doesn't allow anything to get in his way - even the death of his employees..." [1]

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