FREE Ultimate Cruise Ship Question and Answers

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How are cruise ships able to float?

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Explanation:
Ships remain afloat thanks to the concepts of density and buoyancy.

Where is the ship's hull?

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Explanation:
Below the main outer deck, the hull is the main body of the ship. The hull is made up of an interior framework that is attached to the exterior covering (or skin).

What led to the decline in popularity of transatlantic sea travel?

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Explanation:
Transatlantic boat traffic declined as speedier air travel became available.

How are the engines on modern cruise liners powered?

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Explanation:
The gearbox transfers engine power to the propeller shafts of cruise ships. The propeller revolutions are determined by these transmissions. Gas turbines or diesel-electric engines provide the propulsion and electricity for the ship's systems aboard modern vessels.

Which hull design is more stable and watertight?

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Explanation:
Typically displacement hulls, "round-bottomed" hulls are made to travel easily and gracefully over the water.

What kind of waste are required to be disposed of by cruise ships?

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Explanation:
Human waste is the source of black water, whereas plastics and metals make up solid trash.

Who is the right-hand man of the captain?

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Explanation:
To make sure that all safety and security protocols are followed and that the ship is run in line with all relevant laws and regulations, the staff captain closely collaborates with the cruise ship captain.

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