Actually, M/S stands for "motor ship", M/V stands for "motor vessel" and S/S means "steam ship".
The Latter response is correct RMS on British ships refers to Royal Mail Ship. MS = Motor ship. SS = Steam Ship.
In naval (military) usage USS is "United States Ship"; HMS is "Her (His) Majesty's Ship" etc.
MS or MSc stands for Master of Science
HMS. They stand for His/Her Majesty's Ships. Depending on if the ruler is a King or Queen its His or Her.
That person has a Masters Degree.
The nautical term refers to ships and how they are used, such as a cruise ship would be classified as commercial rather than freighter.
I'm looking to find out myself, it seems to be Master of Surgery.
The MS Oosterdam is a commercial cruise ship for the cruise line Holland America. The MS Oosterdam is part of Holland America's Vista-class cruise ships.
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There are many Cruise Ships with high ratings and it all depends on what kind of budget you have to spend. Carnival and Disney Cruise Lines particularly stand out if you have children as the offer very comprehensive child and teen programs.
The two largest cruise ships of the world are the "MS Allure of The Seas" and the "MS Oasis of The Seas" which both have identical dimensions and performance characteristics. They are both property of the Royal Caribbean Cruises Ltd. and information on them can be found on their website.
definetly cruise ships.
See the nearby link for a list of cruise ships.
None. No cruise ships sank in 2014.
The MS Westerdam is a cruise ship that is owned by Holland America Line's Vista Class. The ship has been in service since 2004 and can hold nearly 2000 passengers.
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A lot of cruise ships have pool tables. So that is a "Yes"
The Disney Cruise Ships travel to places outside the USA.