The average cruise ship weighs from 20,000 to 60,000 tons, though cruise ship weights are usually calculated using gross registered tons. One GRT is equal to 100 cubic feet of enclosed revenue-earning space within the sh... More »

On average, cruise ships use 200 to 300 tons of fuel a day. Cruise ships carry up to 3,000 tons of fuel for a trip. Fuel consumption of a ship depends on the ship's size, speed, destination and features. More »

Depending on the position, an employee of a cruise ship can make between $800 and $8,000 per month, plus tips, as of 2014. Workers also receive a room, food and entertainment while on the ship as part of their compensati... More »

On average, cruise ships use 200 to 300 tons of fuel a day. Cruise ships carry up to 3,000 tons of fuel for a trip. Fuel consumption of a ship depends on the ship's size, speed, destination and features. More »

The Carnival Liberty cruise ship holds 4,130 passengers, consisting of 2,974 guests and 1,160 crew members. The ship is 952 feet in length and has a gross tonnage of 110,000. Although it has been remodeled since then, th... More »

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Securing a job on a cruise ship involves finding openings for cruise ship jobs and sending in a resume to cruise lines. Cruise ships hire workers from a pool of qualified applicants. Potential applicants can find informa... More »

The RMS Titanic weighed 46,328 tons gross with a displacement of 52,310 tons. The ship set out for its first voyage on April 10, 1912. It sank on April 14, 1912 after hitting an iceberg, killing over 1,500 people. More »