What questions do I still have?
How long can a Yacht be without becoming a cruise ship?
What do I want to know
How do you get a job on a yacht with no experience? how much do you get paid when your a maid or someone on a cruise Yacht.
How will I learn this
I will learn this by researching and seeing videos.
What action will I take.
I will research on a kid friendly website( but if I don't find anything on there then i'll research on wikipedia)but if anything bad pops up I will not freak out.I'll also follow the trello steps. I will also upload a youtube video and learn all about what is in Yachts and How they work .
What i learned.
The word Yacht comes from the Dutch Republic word jacht which means hunt.Some Yachts are made for racing and others are for cruising.A Yacht does not have to luxurious.There are types of Yachts. Yachts are generally defined as monohulls, boats with a single hull.
Yacht Sizes Are "modest" yachts, affordable for recreational boaters, casual racers, and sailors, ranges from about 40 to 100 feet. ...
Top Yacht Race.There are also Superyachts they are huge and are the pinnacle of luxury. They are modern day Titanic-like vehicles that span anywhere from 70 to 230 feet long and weigh up to 10,000 tons. These are truly reserved for the rich and powerful. But boy do they seem awesome. With some of the world’s most known billionaires owning luxury yachts and throwing huge parties aboard them with A-list celebrities, one can’t help but feel a little jealous as an person that is able to see one .Regardless of whether they’re used for business or pleasure, normal people can’t help but to be extremely jealous as they envy the lucky people that get to sail the ocean blue on some of these monsters.Yacht lengths normally range from 7 metres (23 ft) up to dozens of meters (hundreds of feet). A luxury craft smaller than 12 metres (39 ft) is more commonly called a cabin cruiser or simply a cruiser. Yachts may be classified as "large" (over 24 m (79 ft), which have higher construction standards, "commercial", carrying no more than 12 passengers, "private", solely for the pleasure of the owner and guests, or by flag, the country under which it is registered. A superyacht (sometimes "mega yacht") generally refers to any yacht (sail or power) above 40 m (131 ft).M/Y Eclipse is a superyacht built by Blohm+Voss of Hamburg, Germany.The eclipse is 162.5 m (533 ft) long. Athena: the is a clipper-bowed three masted gaff rigged schooner built by Royal Huisman in 2004 for Internet entrepreneur James H. Clark. Clark purchased a 47.4 meter sloop, Hyperion, from Royal Huisman in 1998. As Hyperion was nearing completion, Clark began to consider the possibilities of a larger yacht, which could include a theater, library, more guest space and a more capable galley, taking inspiration from the 1920s Krupp built motor yacht "Talitha".The Athena is worth 43 million U.S dollars.But it is also 295.28 ft (90.00 m) LOA
I learned many cool things about how Yachts work and are made like that the Hull can weight as much as 35 tons!!They can also reach prices up to 4.5 Billion $.But they can be only 300,000 $. That seems like a lot but for a Yacht it’s not much at all because of billion Dollar Yachts. They are combination of a shore-based theory component and an on-water practical component.The most fun was when I got to watch the 40 minute documentary about how they are made and the other video about how a pretty big company makes they'r Yachts. I also had a lot of fun while looking up websites because there was so much information.I had a tough time staying on track while watching the 40 minute documentary about the Yachts plus I had to also help someone if they needed help and that then after a while got boring, Really boring.What was easy for me was writing the What I learned section of the blog post because researching is a fun thing for me.I would do a slideshow next time with pictures so it'd take up less place.I would give advice like research a lot!You also want to watch videos because they have the most info, well at least some of them. after finding a fact on a youtube video I go on to websites to see if they have the same fact and if there real but if I don't see anything then I do a experiment but if I cant then I don't wright that fact.