FallenKingdomReads’ list of the Top 9 Iconic Spaceships in Science Fiction Books.
Heart of Gold – The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy by Douglas Adams
A human and his alien friend journey through space in search of the meaning of life.
Rocinante – The Expanse series by James S.A. Corey
A ragtag crew aboard the spaceship Rocinante get caught up in a conspiracy that threatens the future of humanity.
Swordfish II – Cowboy Bebop by Cain Kuga
A group of bounty hunters aboard the spaceship Swordfish II take on dangerous assignments across the galaxy.
Red Dwarf – Red Dwarf series by Grant Naylor
The last surviving human on board the spaceship Red Dwarf finds himself adrift in deep space with only a hologram, a humanoid cat, and an android for company.
Heart of the Comet – Heart of the Comet by Gregory Benford and David Brin
A team of scientists aboard the spaceship “Theodore Roosevelt” journey to Halley’s comet to study its composition and discover a new form of life.
The Wayfarer – The Long Way to a Small, Angry Planet by Becky Chambers
The diverse crew aboard the spaceship The Wayfarer travel through space to create wormholes for interstellar travel.
The Heart of the Phoenix – The Reality Dysfunction by Peter F. Hamilton
A spaceship called The Heart of the Phoenix is sent to investigate a mysterious alien artifact that could change the course of human history.
The Red Star – The Red Star by Christian Gossett
The crew of the spaceship The Red Star fight in a war between the gods and the mortals in a dystopian future.
The Axiom – Wall-E by Catherine Hapka
The last surviving plant on Earth is taken aboard the spaceship The Axiom, where Wall-E and a robot named Eve must fight to save humanity.