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Why are some passenger ship called floating hotels?

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Why ships float?

The main idea at work is the upward force of fluid that opposes the  gravitational pull on an immersed object,  buoyancy. Water pushes the ship upwards.   In Earth, flui

How ships float?

Archimedes' principle, principle that states that a body immersed in a fluid is buoyed up by a force equal to the weight of the displaced fluid. The principle applies to both

First transatlantic passenger ship?

While there had been cruise liners for several years, transatlantic  crossings with strictly passengers did not begin until about 1901.  It was the German ship Prinzessin Vi

Why does iron ship floats in water?

Because the weight of the water that they displace is greater than the weight of the ship.

What is the formula to float a ship?

When the total weight of the ship is less than the weight of the volume of water (salt or fresh) that the ship displaces, it will float. You can make a ship out of steel or co