Cargo ships travel at 12 to 20 knots on the open sea. The speed varies depending on the kind of cargo and the company that owns the vessel. More »

To travel the world on board of a cargo ship, contact a travel agency such as Freighter Expeditions to book passage on a ship that accepts cruise passengers. Cargo ship cruises are usually booked through international ag... More »

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Cargo ship travel is generally safe, but possesses small risks that are not present during standard passenger ship voyages. Some of the risks include the lack of life boats and increased fire risks. Some cargo ships cont... More »

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Cargo ships that offer passenger accommodation are usually container ships or general cargo ships. Cargo ships often travel between locations that are not often considered tourist destinations. Travel by cargo ship is ge... More »

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Types of sea transportation include ships, hydrofoils, boats, submarines and boat-cars. Ships range from ferries and cruise ships to steamships, cargo ships and naval ships. Boats are smaller than ships, and include spee... More »

To choose the right lightweight travel trailer for your vehicle, find out the trailer's unloaded vehicle weight and then add the weight of all your cargo. If this total is less than your vehicle's gross vehicle weight ra... More »

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A ship's speed is calculated in knots, which were originally calculated based on the knots in a long rope that was tossed into the water. However, a ship's speed is now calculated using a maritime log that uses Doppler r... More »