A Hutt floater was a repulsorlift conveyance designed to move Hutts around. A lucrative market, the type of floater owned by a Hutt was a mark of their social status. Undecorated floaters signified those just earning enough to survive, while gaudier, flashier models were a symbol of status. Owning an entire fleet of floaters was seen in some circles as a mark of social status. Gefferon Pleasure Craft produced the Nimbus Rider 2000, which was one of the more economical models on the market, aimed at those with limited financial means.

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