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Ships. Famous Ships, Lingo, and how the parts work. The Phoenicians and Thor Heyerdahl. The Turtle. Was part of the first battle between ironclad ships Was sunk, now part of a marine sanctuary. USS Monitor. USS Nautilus and Enterprise. Sailed on by Charles Darwin. HMS Beagle.

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Famous Ships, Lingo, and how the parts work


Used by Fridtjof Nansen and later by Roald Amundsen

  • Built to survive the crushing pressure of the ice by “floating” to the top of the ice


how a submarine works
How a submarine works

ships vs boats

Ships are capable of carrying more cargo

  • Ships are equipped for long voyages
  • Ships are normally manned by a crew
  • Submarines are classified as boats, because early submarines could be hoisted on board a ship
  • Boats are normally easier to maneuver than ships
  • Some boats are not equipped to run well on the open ocean.
  • Boats are normally controlled by one person
Ships vs. Boats
parts of a sailboat
Parts of a Sailboat

how a sailboat sails
How a sailboat sails