A boat has only one deck or "level". A yacht has 2 decks and a ship has 4 or more.
Asked in Island of the Blue Dolphins
What is the difference between the two ships in the Island of the Blue Dolphins?
one of the boats is bad wich is the aleuts and the other one is good because it is the white men ...
Who is the inventor of boats?
Ships go back into history for thousands of years. Ancient Egypt had boats, the Vikings, ancient Chinese had war ships with flame throwers in the bow. The Romans had war ships, and the Greeks had ships for trade. Ships and boats use goes so far back in time that it is impossible to know who invented them. ...
Asked in Mexico, Boats and Watercraft
How many boats are operated by the Mexican Navy?
The approximate inventory is as follows: 2 destroyers 6 frigates 5 amphibious ships 2 missile boats 32 offshore patrol vessels 30 coastal patrol ships 60 patrol boats 32 auxiliary ships 40 assault boats Total figures: 209 ships (2011) ...
Asked in The Difference Between
What is the difference between dock and harbor?
Dock is an area of water for building or repairing or loading and unloading ships or ferries A harbor or harbour (see spelling differences), or haven, is a place where ships, boats, and barges can seek shelter from stormy weather, or else are stored for future use ...
Asked in Boats and Watercraft, Cigarettes
What is the difference between cigar boats and cigarette boats?
"Cigar boat" is a nickname for the high-speed powerboat called the Cigarette boat. ...
Asked in Canals, The Difference Between
What is the difference between a canal and a river?
A canal is an artificial waterway constructed to allow the passage of boats or ships for trade and such, while a river is a large natural stream of water flowing in a channel another body of water. ...
Asked in World War 2, WW2 Axis Powers
What did the Axis in World War 2 call their sumbarines?
They where U-boats or Underwater Boats. These ships sunks most likely the most ships in the entire war. ...
Asked in Roman Empire
What were the roman's boats used for?
The Romans used boats/ships for troop movement, trade and pleasure. Although they did not have passenger ships, as such, there was always room on cargo ships to accommodate passengers. Some emperors and the very wealthy had large boats on the various Italian lakes for partying and relaxation. ...
Asked in Authors, Poets, and Playwrights
What has the author Sean McGrail written?
Sean McGrail has written: 'Ancient Boats in Nw Europe' -- subject(s): Ancient Ships, History, Shipbuilding, Ships, Ancient 'Ancient boats' -- subject(s): Ancient Ships, History, Navigation, Ships, Ancient 'Medieval boat and ship timbers from Dublin' -- subject(s): Antiquities, Excavations (Archaeology), Medieval Ships, Ships, Medieval 'Ancient Boats And Ships (Shire Archaeology S.)' ...