what is the speed of passenger ship?
Warp speed is a speed that makes you move faster then the speed of light (which is impossible today, but could be possible someday). How it works is actually simple, sort of. Warp speed does not move the ship, it makes a "bubble" around the ship and then it moves the space around the ship. It expands the space in front of the ship and contracts the space behind the ship so you can make it to a location sooner. It would take losts of energy to do this though. warp speed is super speed that traveled faster that the light spped....i mean the speed of light
depends on the speed of the cargo ship. time taken = distance/speed.
At what speed is your ship travelling?
It depends on the speed of the ship.
10.2888888 is the speed in meters per second of a ship traveling at 20 knots.
it s the maximum practical speed that can be attained by a displacement hull.
Depending from the ship, weather, speed, etc.
That would depend on what ship and what speed it was traveling.
The answer will depend on the speed at which the ship is travelling!
Depending on the size of the ship and the ships' engine, top speed varies. In general, you can expect top speed around 40 knots, and service speed (the speed that is most commonly used when passengers are onboard) is around 25-30 knots.
Nothing except electromagnetic radiation uses light speed.
The duration of your journey depends on your ultimate Antarctic destination and the speed of your ship.
Your answer depends on the route you take to your ultimate Antarctic destination and the speed of your ship.
Generally it will reduce both speed and range.
Not with current technology.
Depending on the type of ship/boat it can be a perfectly safe speed. most modern container ships travel around at 20 - 23 knots.
Your answer depends on your ultimate Antarctic destination and the speed of the ship upon which you book passage.
Your answer depends on your ultimate destination on the continent, the route you choose and the speed of the ship.
generally 3 to 6 days depending on ship size and speed