Has anyone got a Wayfarer Mk 1 wooden sailing dinghy for sale renovation project would be fine!?
A ship usually has sufficient size to carry its own boats, such as lifeboats, dinghies, or runabouts. A rule of thumb saying (though it doesn't always apply) goes: "a boat can fit on a ship, but a ship can't fit on a boat". Consequently submarines are referred to as "boats", because early submarines were small enough to be carried aboard a ship in transit to distant waters. Another type of large vessel which is traditionally called a boat is the Great Lakes freighter. Often local law and regulation will define the exact size (or the number of masts) which a boat requires to become a ship (cf. vessel).
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During the age of sail, ship signified a ship-rigged vessel, that is, one with three or more masts, usually three, all square-rigged. Such a vessel would normally have one fore and aft sail on her aftermost mast which was usually the mizzen. Almost invariably she would also have a bowsprit but this was not part of the definition.
This came right out of wikipedia and is still somewhat ambiguous. In the US a vessel under 65 ft is considered a "small craft". There are plenty of small craft that carry dinghys or life rafts and ply the oceans. There are private yachts that are over 250 ft in length, the record is about 450 for a Saudi royal family.
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When its big and it carries cargo?
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i believe over 120ft if i'm not mistaken
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when it grows up
and gets bigger
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After it gets SHIPFACED.
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If it has two or more decks which reach from stem to stern, it's a ship.
How relevant is shipping to other forms of transport?
once it hits puberty
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It sounds like you are full of ship
Hey mother hen the great lakes have a lot of BIG ships
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A ship usually has sufficient size to carry its own boats, such as lifeboats, dinghies, or runabouts. A rule of thumb saying (though it doesn't always apply) goes: "a boat can fit on a ship, but a ship can't fit on a boat".
Boats don't become ships. A boat is a small vessel usually with oars or paddle.(Like a rowboat) Add a motor and it becomes a motorboat. Add a sail and it becomes a sailboat. A ship is an ocean-going vessel.
Hence, boats don't navigate in oceans and ships don't navigate on lakes, etc. Does that help?
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Depends on how much money you spent to get it....
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A general rule of thumb that I have heard in my 12 years of commercial sailing is..."You can lift a boat out of the water but the water must be removed from around a ship"
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A boat can be lifted out of the water, a ship has to be dry docked.
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SHIP is a square rigged craft with at least 3 masts
BOAT is not.
MOTORISED CRAFT :-
SHIP is intended for ocean going
BOAT anything else, leisure etc.
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