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  • 1. *Transportation*
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  • 2. *Water Transport*
    • Water transport carries people and goods by boats, ships and ferries
    • 3. A ship can carry more and heavier goods than a train or truck.
    • 4. It is important as it may be the only means of carrying goods and people from one place to another.
    • 5. It is cheap means of transport for heavy and bulky goods likes logs, metals and grains.
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  • 6. *Water Transport*
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  • 7. *Water Transport – Sea or Ocean Transport*
    • Sea or ocean transport plays an important role in foreign trade
    • 8. Sea or ocean-going vessels can be divided into ocean liners and cargo ships calledTramps
    • 9. Carries passengers, mails and cargoes
    • 10. Travel on fixed route / timetable
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  • 11. *Water Transport – Sea or Ocean Transport*
    Ferry
    Cruise
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  • 12. *Water Transport – examples of ships*
    Bulk Carrier
    Chemical Tanker
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  • 13. *Water Transport – examples of ships*
    Gas Tanker
    Ro-ro ship
    Obo Ship
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  • 14. *Water Transport – examples of ships*
    Tramp
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  • 15. *Water Transport – examples of ships*
    Container ship can carry goods packed in special container.
    Containerized shipping enable loading and unloading to be down quickly
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  • 16. *Water Transport – examples of ships*
    Refrigerated ship
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  • 17. *Water Transport – Muara Port*
    The business set up to look after the needs of goods at a port, such as loading and unloading is called stevedoring
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  • 18. *Water Transport – River*
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  • 19. *Water Transport – River*
    Water scooter
    Padian in Thailand
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  • 20. *Water Transport – River*
    Canoe
    Canal is a man-made waterway.
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  • 21. *Water Transport – River*
    What ship goes under the Water?
    Submarine
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  • 22. *Water Transport – Advantages*
    Carry more and heavier cargo than a train or truck.
    Lower transportation cost than air transport.
    Most suitable form of transport for carrying large and heavy items.
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  • 23. *Water Transport – Disadvantages*
    It is a relatively slow form of transport and is unsuitable for urgent goods.
    It cannot deliver goods directly to inland destinations.
    Goods can be easily lost or damaged.
    Bad weather can cause delays and losses of goods at sea.
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