Well, to get the terminology on track (or under sail), technically a boat is a small craft like a cabin cruiser or fishing vessel, so I'd say the reference should be to travelling by ship. The only regularly scheduled trans-Atlantic passenger service is provided by Cunard's Queen Mary 2, which makes the trip in about 5 days. Other lines offer transatlantic trips on so-called "positioning voyages", when a ship is moved from its winter runs in (e.g.) the Mediterranean to a summer posting in the Caribbean. These ships are not specifically designed for transocean cruising so they travel more slowly; a crossing might take 7 or 8 days. Nearly everyone I have spoken with who has made a crossing on the QE2 thought it was one of the best experiences of their lives. The QM2 is even larger and more luxurious, so it should be a "don't miss" trip.
It should take about 22 hours.
Oars and oars
The answer to this question absolutely depends on the starting location.
15 hours and 30 minutes
I'd estimate about a week.
on boat it took about 2 or 3 days
That will depend on the type of boat. Large ships can do it in a day or less, whereas smaller boats would take several days.
No more than that about 3-4 hours depending on the boat you are using!
to get the answer you multiply the width of your nose (cm for kilometers and inches for miles) by 100 and that's the size of your butt crack or from here to Ireland.
You cannot drive from Ireland to France to Italy. Ireland is surrounded by WATER...it's an ISLAND. Unless you have a hoverboat then it's not possible! You can take a boat, though. And from France to Italy would be approx. 20 hours.
How long will it take to get to Amsterdam from new york on a boat
How long is the journey from Africa to Ireland?
That would depend on the kind of boat and the way it was powered, like whether by sail or engine. By sail it would take several weeks. With an engine it can done in a few days.
How long does it take to fly from Philadelphia Pennsylvania to Antigua?
an airplane or a boat.
That depends on many factors, such as the weather, the boat you use, how often do you stop, and many others.
i have had it take about a month but it usually doesn't take that long
17 days, 14 hours, 28 minutes, and 37 seconds...give or take.. Source: I'm Irish
Steamboats in the 1800s traveled 5 miles per hour. At a distance of 2900 miles from Ireland to Boston, at a nonstop pace would take 24 days and 6 hours.
That would depend on where you are coming from, which you have not specified. It could be anything from hours, if it was from Britain, to months, if it was from Australia. Other factors would include the type of boat and the weather.
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