A boat has only one deck or "level". A yacht has 2 decks and a ship has 4 or more.AnswerThere is no difference between a ship and a boat, except for semantics. That is, what we call a ship and what we call a boat are completely culturally-based, and have no real objective criteria. In general, boats are smaller than ships, but, even there, there are exceptions (e.g. 10,000 ton submarines are referred to as "boats" in most English-speaking navies). Ships almost always have a minimum of one enclosed desk, but there are many boats which have one or more enclosed desks, too. It's a matter of tradition as to what watercraft is labeled which, and it makes no sense to try to figure it out.
one of the boats is bad wich is the aleuts and the other one is good because it is the white men
As far as I am quite sure, there were definitely ships... and paddle boats.
place where ships and boats are unloaded
Shipwrights made boats and ships
The viking boats were called tall ships
Airways are for planes, waterways are for boats.
The sinking of American trade ships by German U-boats.
Small ships are usually called boats.
A port is either a natural or man-made inlet that allows ships and boats to dock. A channel is a small section of Ocean that separates two countries, such as the English Channel.
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.
The approximate inventory is as follows:2 destroyers6 frigates5 amphibious ships2 missile boats32 offshore patrol vessels30 coastal patrol ships60 patrol boats32 auxiliary ships40 assault boatsTotal figures: 209 ships (2011)
German u-boats attacked the ships by going up to them and shooting cannons at them and then the ships would fall deep under the sea.
there isn't a mermaid on the front haha
Dock is an area of water for building or repairing or loading and unloading ships or ferriesA 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
"Cigar boat" is a nickname for the high-speed powerboat called the Cigarette boat.
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.
ships or boats
ships or boats