It obviously depends from where and to where. But in general terms, you will probably need to use a container - a shipping agent will be able advise you on the safety requirements and cost. As a rule of thumb, the adminstration and import duty will be roughly the same as the shipping costs.
The answer is deck house.
The shape of the ships hull causes the ship to displace a greater volume of water then a solid piece of steel with the same mass. A ship displaces a volume of water equal in weight to the submerged portion of the ship. Hope this helps!
In most civilian ships the Captain will have a special seat on the bridge (control deck). In various Navy ships he may have a similar seat on the bridge and often one in the CIC (Combat Information Centre) so he can react more quickly to new information.
CURB WEIGHT: the wight of a vehicle when unladen with passenger(s) and/or cargo. GVW: weight of vehicle laden with cargo and passenger(s)
aproximately 256 ,000 pounds and maybe only the strongest person can lift that
If the ship is carrying cars as import or export cargo it will be a merchant ship - that is, a ship used for trading, tourism and so on, rather than for military purposes - and this merchant ship will be referred to as a cargo ship. If the cars are in containers, it will be called a container shi...
Both are needed.Aircraft carriers are not held in place very well with one anchor.
It is a "splash shield". It is meant to keep water and off the engine and deflect air from sensitive components.
Your vehicle can be repossessed wherever it's found. If you want to keep it, either pay the bills or find a really good hiding space for the car. Yes, the repo man can take your car while you are at work and anywhere else, except a church lot. There may be other private lots that may not be able ...