Ships built for transportation and fishing
Originally built from reeds
No internal framing
First navy Power in Greece
Ships got smaller and faster
Had a long lean design
Largest could hold 50 oarsmen
Around 1500 B.C.
Discovered outriggers stabilized the ship
180 feet long and 45 feet wide
Could hold 1000 people
Could carry 1000 tons
Dated from 1000-1200
They were long ships
80 feet long, 17 feet wide
Used for riding,
colonizing, and trading
Carried weaponry in
Included the Nao,
Carrack, and Galleon.
Built for traveling long
Were used by Europe and
Had cannons built into
Had a much larger hull
Armed with up to 50 cannons
Had many specialized ships
18th century ships are looked at
like pirate ships
Had steam engines
Developed into double and triple expansion
Built for luxury
Were the fastest
and most powerful
Modern ships hold thousands of people and
can be over 1000 ft long
Can live in ships for months on end
Can burn 300 tons of fuel per day
Fastest passenger ship can travel at 33 knots
Will have a residential
community living on the
Will range from
$825,000-$1.6 million to
buy a room
$Cost 1.24 billion to
Have 5,400 passengers
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