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The Others' boats
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Is used by Michael and Walt (fishing boat), is still under Others' control (trawler)

The Others seem to have a number of watercraft at their disposal. As well as a submarine, they have been seen with a trawler-like vehicle and a small fishing boat.

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Fishing boat

The fishing boat first appeared in "Exodus, Part 2", during Walt's kidnapping from the raft. Later, Michael asks the Others for the boat in "Three Minutes", and is given it, along with Walt, at the end of "Live Together, Die Alone" in exchange for bringing Jack, Kate, Sawyer and Hurley to them. He is told to follow a compass bearing of 325 to find rescue.

Trawler

Trawler seen in the distance while Ben is being lifted onto the rowboat

The trawler-like ship was shown in "Stranger in a Strange Land", used to transport the Others, along with Jack, back to the main Island from the smaller Hydra Island. This ship was anchored off-shore and reached by a small rowboat from the beach on Hydra Island.

The Elizabeth

Main article: Elizabeth (sailboat)

Originally belonging to Desmond, the Others captured the boat early in Season 3. ("The Glass Ballerina")

The Galaga

Main article: Galaga

The Others' submarine seen in "The Man from Tallahassee" and "One of Us".

Trivia

  • Sawyer told Michael it didn't look like the fishing boat had a range of more than 100 miles while both were on the destroyed raft.
  • The trawler ship closely resembles a type of research vessel built around 1965 (see an image of a similar ship here).
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