|Not to be confused with V8 Ghost, a 2-door car in Grand Theft Auto: Liberty City Stories.|
Grand Theft Auto III
The Ghost in Grand Theft Auto III is essentially a modified variant of the Predator police boat, which it appears completely unmarked. The Ghost shares the same details from its police counterpart, except that it lacks the twin machine gun's emplacements. The boat's default color is "police car blue" in the PS2 & mobile versions; however, it is spawned in a unique black color in the PC & Xbox versions of "Gone Fishing".
Grand Theft Auto: Liberty City Stories
The same boat exists in Grand Theft Auto: Liberty City Stories with the "Ghost" in-game name but can be only spawned with Cheat Device or Action Replay codes (Its ID number is 193). The boat has various visual glitches including an entirely missing stripe on the boat's hull, allowing the player to see right through it, which suggests that the vehicle was planned but left unfinished early on. It will appear with a jet black paintjob.
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The Ghost noticeably lacks the Predator's twin machine gun emplacements, but outperforms the Predator in speed and turning.
3D Universe Overview
(0-60mph / 0-100km/h)
(mph / kmh / knots)
(Inboard / Outboard)
(kg / lbs)
|N/A||118 / 190 / 103||Petrol||2200 / 4850|
|N/A||N/A||Twin outboard engines||Cannot be observed|
Prominent Appearances in Missions
- The boat appears only in Grand Theft Auto III during the mission "Gone Fishing", in which the player is tasked to kill a target at sea, who attempts to escape using the boat. However, if the player chases the boat long enough, it will run ashore and the target will continue to flee on foot; the player can then kill the target, leaving the boat intact. They can shove the boat back into the water and drive it. This is rather a very unique vehicle as it only appears in said mission and cannot be obtained anywhere else.
- The reason the name is "GHOST missing" in the PS2 version upon entering is because there is no valid GXT name, so it uses its game name ("GHOST") with the word "missing". Rockstar fixed this on the other platforms and gave an in-game name to the boat. This would happen to all other vehicles with no valid GXT names.