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Ship Manifest (SM) is a tool to move your ship's "things".

I started with Crew Manifest as a basis for this work, with great thanks to vXSovereignXv for creating Crew Manifest, and Sarbian for contributions to Crew Manifest.  Also a special thanks to Micha, who maintained Ship Manifest during my hiatus.  

I've now re-imagined it into Ship Manifest, using the same easy to navigate system that vXSovereignXv used.  It does what crew manifest does, only better, plus a whole lot more. Ship Manifest moves crew, Science and Resources around  from part to part within your ship or station.

Ship Manifest can be used alone.   There are no mod dependencies.  However, if you install the mods below, you can use them in Ship Manifest.

  • Toolbar, by blizzy78,
  • Connected Living Spaces (CLS) by codepoet, and
  • Module Manager  (if you are using CLS)
  • DeepFreeze
  • RemoteTech
  • Kerbal Inventory System

If you wish to use these fine mods, get them here:
- CLS: http://forum.kerbalspaceprogram.com/threads/70161
- Toolbar: http://forum.kerbalspaceprogram.com/threads/60863
- Module Manager: http://forum.kerbalspaceprogram.com/threads/55219 

originally started with Crew Manifest as a basis for this work. Great thanks go out to  @vXSovereignXv for creating Crew Manifest, and @sarbian for contributions to and continuing maintenance of Crew Manifest.


Crew Transfers are only a small part of what Ship Manifest can do now. It can be used to move Crew, Science, and Resources from part to part within your ship or station. It also manages docked vessel refueling, hatches, deployable solar panels, antennas, and lights. Kinda like your ship's bridge...


Ship Manifest has a LOT of flexibility and a lot of options. So much is available that is NOT seen in a default installation (Realism mode set ON by default) that you may be missing a lot of what SM has to offer. Please go to the Settings Window to see what options are available, and play with them. You will be surprised at the number of features that exist in this tool. You can configure SM to be pretty much exactly what you want. You want a "realistic" experience? Check. You want to be a god and chafe at realism mode restrictions? Check.



More information about Ship Manifest can be found on the Forum Thread.