The station started out as an Azalus-class Hutt dreadnaught, originally owned by Barabulla the Hutt. The Hutt sold the station to starship mechanic Delcan Finyaft at a steep discount without his full comprehension. Finyaft spent the next six years deconstructing and refitting the station and re-opened it, renamed as Port Nowhere and advertised as a floating cantina. The spaceport was a haven for pirates, smugglers and other criminals due to its anonymous location, which shifted from time to time as the mobile station traveled between the Core Worlds, Outer Rim Territories and Hutt Space. Port Nowhere provided several features including bars, gambling, and night entertainment.
After the defeat of the Voidwolf, the smuggler-turned-crime lord known as the Voidhound began using Port Nowhere as a base of operations, managing the new criminal empire from the constantly moving station.
Republic Strategic Information Service spy Theron Shan made a stop at Port Nowhere to gain clearances and navigation charts for Imperial space and in the process fought off and knocked unconscious a spaceport security officer.
After the formation of the Eternal Alliance, the leader of the station, the "Red Huntress", began raiding Alliance settlements where military presence was next to none, being made up of farmers and peaceful civilians. As a response, the Alliance Commander lead a team of elite operatives, along with the Alliance Recon Unit, to take the station. Suffering medium casualties on the Huntresses side, herself being one, the ports remaining personnel joined the Alliance, stating they respected the Commander's aptitude in combat. Port Nowhere began taking orders from Head of Underworld Logistics Hylo Visz.
- Star Wars: The Old Republic
- The Old Republic—The Lost Suns 3 (First appearance)
- Star Wars: The Old Republic: Shadow of Revan (Mentioned only)
- Star Wars: The Old Republic: Knights of the Eternal Throne