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Seagallop Ferries

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Seagallop ferries シーギャロップごう
S.S. Sea Gallop
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Location: Vermilion City, the Sevii Islands
Region: Kanto and Sevii Islands
Generations: III
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Location of Seagallop ferries in Kanto.
Pokémon world locations

The Seagallop ferries (Japanese: シーギャロップごう S.S. Sea Gallop) are a series of boats in Pokémon FireRed and LeafGreen which transport the player from Vermilion City to the Sevii Islands and back, as well as between the nine Sevii Islands. In addition, Seagallop ferries are the only means of accessing Navel Rock and Birth Island in FireRed and LeafGreen (in Pokémon Emerald, where the two islands are also present, the S.S. Tidal is the means used instead for transporting the player to and from the islands).


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

After defeating Blaine and obtaining the Volcano Badge at Cinnabar Gym, the player will receive a Tri-Pass from Bill, allowing him/her to travel to and from Knot Island, Boon Island and Kin Island.

After defeating the Pokémon League, if the player visits Celio at the Pokémon Network Center in One Island on Knot Island, he will ask for a Ruby and a Sapphire for his Network Machine. After the National Pokédex is received by the player and the Ruby returned to Celio, he takes the Tri-Pass and upgrades it to a Rainbow Pass, allowing access to all of the Sevii Islands so the player can find the Sapphire.


Ticket Destination Games
Tri-Pass Tri-Pass Knot Island, Boon Island and Kin Island FR LG
Rainbow Pass Rainbow Pass Knot Island, Boon Island, Kin Island, Floe Island, Chrono Island, Fortune Island, and Quest Island FR LG
MysticTicket MysticTicket Navel Rock FR LG
AuroraTicket AuroraTicket Birth Island FR LG

In other languages

Language Title
Mandarin Chinese 海烈焰馬號 Hǎilièyànmǎ Hào (Taiwan)
希加罗普号 Xījiāluōpǔ Hào (Mainland China)
France Flag.png French Fleche des Mers
Germany Flag.png German Seesprint-Fähre
Italy Flag.png Italian Pokéscafo
South Korea Flag.png Korean 시갤럽호 Seagallop Ho
Spain Flag.png Spanish Surcamar Veloce

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