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RMS Titanic was the largest passenger ship at the beginning of the 20th century.
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The largest ocean liner at the time of its construction.
Icebergs are blocks of frozen freshwater floating in the sea.
Lighthouses are used as an aid to navigation in coastal waters.
Oil tankers appeared in the late 19th century; today they are among the largest ships.
Submarines submerge and surface by changing the average density of the hull.
The name of the Russian armoured cruiser became well known during the October Revolution of 1917.
HMS Dreadnought revolutionised battleship-building in the 20th century.
Commercial maritime routes of container ships form a global network.
Hovercraft are capable of travelling at high speed above the surface of water.
The first paddle steamer in Hungary entered service in 1846.
From the 1940s, the increasingly large aircraft carriers became the masters of the oceans.
A bireme is a type of ancient warship, with a characteristic pointed bow and two decks of oars, used by many armies.
English sailing ships were among the best ships in the 17th-19th centuries.
Robert Fulton American engineer created the first operational steam-powered ship.
Schooners, first built in the Netherlands in the 17th century, were mainly used as merchant ships.
Christopher Columbus' three-masted carrack, the Santa Maria was the flagship of his first, landmark voyage.
Nuclear propulsion was first used by the US Navy for powering submarines in the mid-20th century.