How long does it take to built a cruise ship?
a cruise is organized with stops... one month, probably...
A large cruise ship can take between 6 and 7 hours to get from New Orleans out to the Gulf of Mexico.
Your answer depends on the size and power of the cruise ship, and its capabilities to sail in polar waters -- with icebergs.
not even a day
about a day maybe
8 to 10 years
a lot of hours
Your answer depends on the cruise ship you take. Tours last from less than 10 days to more than 20 days. There are no direct cruises.
This is not a normal itinerary for a cruise ship. You might find a Miami, through the Panama Canal then off to Hawaii. This cruise would likely take about 18 days, depending on the ports of call visited, and for how long. Happy Sailing!
It takes 13 hours.
Approximately two days.
Usually about five days.
A cruise ship can travel from Norfolk, Virginia to Bari, Italy in approximately 6 days 21 hours. The distance is 4,762 miles.
It takes approximately two weeks to travel from England to America by ship.
depends how fast the boat wants to go
can you take abottle of water with you when you get off the cruise ship at the bahamas
The closest islands that are a part of Polynesia are the Hawai'ian Islands, and it would take about 1-2 weeks to cruise to them from California at cruise ship speeds.
2 days non stop more if you stop at other ports. If you are only going to take cruise ship to get to Miami then its better to take a drive. It would be cheaper, but if you like to relax and enjoy for a few more days, then take the cruise with stops and activities on the way.
Cruise ships can take on all of their stores, provisions, fuel and guests in as little as 5 hours. A lot depends on the size of the ship, number of passengers and length of itinerary. Happy sailing!
That depends on how fast the cruise ship is traveling. Typically cruises from Baltimore take at least a day and a half to reach the Bahamas primarily due to the speed limits on the Chesapeake Bay.
it takes 80 days to 110 days
I heard on TV that it takes about 6-7 days if you're on a cruise ship.
Titanic was not a cruise ship, it was an ocean liner. And to run a ship of that size it would take approximately 1,000 1,500 crew.
about 30 hours if by car but around 14 in a boat
It depends on which cruise ship you will be using. Different cruise ships have different itineraries and different activities and port of calls that they will visit.
It would depend on the size of the ship and the iterinary of the ship. If you will be taking a cruise then it would probably take 7 to 10 days, the fastest would be a week.
I did it many times in the sixties. With 6 stopovers about 26 days.
I do not believe any cruise line offers that itinerary
When taking a ship to travel from Hawaii to Australia, the time frame would depend on different factors. It would depend on the kind of ship you take and it would also depend on the amount of stops you make and how long each stop is. If you are taking a cruise ship, it would take approximately 17 days.
Depends how, when and which way you go. Are we talking cruise ship in summer or dinghy in winter?
That cannot be calculated without knowing the average speed over that distance.
1-3 Business days.
It depends on what cruise you're taking. Some does and some don't.
This will vary based on the cruise ship and how fast it is going. Most cruise ships travel at the speed of 21 to 24 knots per hour. 1 knot = 1.15 mph. 21 knots is equal to 24.15 mph so it would take you approximately 53 hours to travel 1280 miles.
Well in Galapagos there visitors are booked a ship for cruise that means they will spend their whole trip in that ship. It depends upon how far you are going and how many places you will enjoy. So it's better for make contact with Galapagos cruise providers as "Reachecuador" about the trip information and they will gives you all answer on your doubts.
On Cunard's Queen Mary 2, about 7 days. On a cruise ship, about 10 days
A cruise port or port of call is simply where a cruise ship stops. The Embarkation Port is where the cruise starts. The Disembarkation Port is where the cruise ends. Often those are the same. The Ports of Call are the stops the ship makes for passengers to get off and take shore excursions.
No. But you can take fishing excursions in the ports that you visit.
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Depends on the number of Ports of Call on say a cruise ship. However, it takes about 7 days to get from London across the Atlantic - then through the Panama canal and across the Pacific another 7 days. So 14 days approximately by cruise ship - some take longer if they are visiting quite a few Caribbean islands on the way
Usually about a 7-8 day trip, but 14-21 day options are sometimes available too
I am going a cruise in about a month and a half on the biggest ship in the world. I am 14 years old and want to hook up with a girl on the ship. Wondering what I should say, how long it will take, how far we'll go, etc. Tell me stories, tips, anything!!
If you are a US citizen, and the cruise ship departs and returns to the same US port, you will not need a passport to go on the cruise - as long as the cruise ship does not stop in any countries that require a passport for US citizens. If the ship is only cruising in Mexico, and returns to the same port from which it departed, you can board the ship with a certified… Read More
It would have to vary depending on the cruise ship that you will have to take and on how many days you would like to take the cruise, also which room you would like to be accommodated at. it can also vary as different cruise lines have different promos and discounts for those who want to take a cruise as a means of promoting their services.
They do not 'dock' at a harbor or port. Instead, they drop anchor some ways out from the inbound cargo port. Cruise Ship ferries then navigate to the ship to take up to 40-50 passengers at a time - there are several ferries that run as long as needed to accomodate visitors. The ferries ferry the passengers to the Cruise Port.
Just under 2 1/2 hours
don't go because there are pirates with hooks and cannons that will take of the ship Rrrrrrrrr hope this helps Seriously though, from Dallas you would have a couple of choices. One would be to catch a ship out of Galveston or New Orleans which gives you a 2-3 hundred mile drive. Then either go through the panama canal or down around the cape (But you said cruise ship so probably not.) Or two, Drive… Read More
Unfortunately a direct ship route from any UK port to Orlando is not possible, although some cruise companies offer day stop overs in Orlando but this is part of a Caribbean cruise. But I believe an Atlantic crossing takes around a week.
That would depend on the cruise.
No. People usually fly or take a cruise ship.