Population: 150,000 (approx.)
Mayor: Cmdr. Wilson Sheldon (Ret.)
Another City whose name speaks for itself. Because of the remoteness of Coronet, the need to have a deepwater station that was defensible for ships brought about the annexing of the bay immediately north of Citadel City for military use. Until the Act of Sovereignty, the entire area was a restricted military installation, but with the new government in power, the military authority was reduced to dockside and scattered installations throughout the ward.
3 out of 4 ships in active service are stationed out of Fleet Harbor...the most notable are Coronet's missile cruisers and submarines, which always draw onlookers as they come to port.
A major attraction of the naval yards is the battleship Resolved. Deactivated from combat service in the 1970s, she continues to serve as the symbolic flag ship of the fleet and ship of state for dignitary functions. She spends most of her days dockside, but once a month weighs anchor and takes visitors on a cruise around the Cape. The event is capped by "noon guns", when Resolved's last active battery fires a blank salvo at the stroke of noon while under way.
The City of Fleet Harbor is spread across 2 coastal shores and a center island. The island, which once was used as the main military barracks area, is still a significant residential neighborhood. While bridges connected the 3 "districts" of Fleet Harbor more then half a century ago, ferry use is still very high in the city. The citizens have an attachment to the maritime tradition that is unparralled anywhere in Coronet. If you plan to visit Fleet Harbor, you simply must get out on the water.