- Crew Boats
- Cruise Ships
- Dive Boats
- Dry Cargo Ships
- Expedition, Research Vessels
- Fishing Trawlers
- Passenger, Excursion Boats
- Pilot Boats
- Work Boats
About Commercial Vessels
A commercial vessel is a means of transportation on water, which carries out the transportation of goods, as well as passengers along a given route.
There are several types of cargo ships, depending on the category of cargo:
- Dry cargo ship: designed to transport bulk cargo, such as fertilizers, grain, coal, etc.
- Tankers: These carry bulk cargoes. Most often this is oil, however, water, oils and other products that can be poured can also be transported.
- Gas carriers: used to transport gas.
- Container ships: transport sea containers
- Ro-ro: transport cars
- Livestock Trucks: Move Farm Livestock.
In addition to cargo, commercial ships carry passengers. The main difference in the design is a large superstructure, in which cabins are located, as well as other rooms for a comfortable stay of people on the ship.