Timeline worlwide water Transportation

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In History
  • 8,250 BCE

    Timeline edited by:

    Timeline edited by:
    Gómez De Lucio Karina,
    Sánchez Acevedo Angel Alejandro,
    Zamorano Delgado Cynthia.
  • 8,199 BCE

    WOODEN OARS-THE RAFT

    WOODEN OARS-THE RAFT
    Is a relatively small boat that is moved by human force using oars constructed of wood.
  • 6,000 BCE

    SAILBOATS-REED BOATS

    SAILBOATS-REED BOATS
    Reed boats are made in Egypt.
  • 4,500 BCE

    SAILING SHIPS

    SAILING SHIPS
    Sailing ships are made in Mesopotamia.
  • 4,000 BCE

    SAILBOATS

    SAILBOATS
    Ancient Egyptians used reeds to build the first sailing boats.
  • 3,500 BCE

    Oar-powered ships

    Oar-powered ships
    Oar-powered ships sail Eastern Mediterranean seas.
  • 2,000 BCE

    WOODEN OARS-KAYAK

    WOODEN OARS-KAYAK
    KAYAK to one, two or four crew and given their characteristics, the propulsion systems were manual (blades).
  • 1200

    RUDDER

    RUDDER
    The rudder is invented in China.
  • STEAMBOAT

    STEAMBOAT
    The steamboat is invented on the Delaware River in America by John Fitch.
  • PROPELLER AND STEAM MOTOR

    PROPELLER AND STEAM MOTOR
    The passenger steamboat gets succesful in the United States by Robert Fulton.
  • THE FIRST STEAM SHIP

    THE FIRST STEAM SHIP
    The first steamship crossed the Atlantic Ocean by combining wind steam power.
  • BOAT PROPELLER

    BOAT PROPELLER
    Josef Ressel was the inventor of the boat propeller
  • Ferry

    Ferry
    Present the Ferry type of ship that links two points carrying passengers and sometimes vehicles at scheduled times.
  • THE DREDGER

    THE DREDGER
    present the Dredger is a boat used to excavate material below water level, and lift the extracted material to the surface.
  • WARSHIPS

    WARSHIPS
    A new revolution in the design and construction of warships began when Britain built and commissioned the great battleship HMS Dreadnought.
  • SUBMARINE

    SUBMARINE
    The modern submarine is invented in the United States.
  • The Titanic

    The Titanic
    The Titanic is built in England, the largest transatlantic passenger ship back then.
  • River tanker

    River tanker
    Present River tanker Vandal It was the first ship that used a diesel engine as a propeller in 1915 the "Fritz", it was a merchant ship with two-stroke double-acting diesel engines.
  • THE PONTON

    THE PONTON
    Present The Ponton is a type of boat or hull, made of steel, of wood, generally in a parallelepiped form used as a floating platform to transport goods or people.
  • HOVERCRAFT

    HOVERCRAFT
    The hovercraft is built in England.
  • THE CONTAINER SHIP

    THE CONTAINER SHIP
    present the Container Ship Container ships are the ships responsible for transporting cargo in standardized containers in ports.
  • FREIGHTER SHIPS

    FREIGHTER SHIPS
    Present Freighter Ships It is one of the largest cargo ships today that allows the transfer of cargo in large quantities and sizes from one place to another in a short time and with greater security.
  • JET-SKI

    JET-SKI
    Clayton Jacobsen introduces the Jet-ski and Kawasaki begins production of the vehicle for public sale.
  • CHUNNEL

    CHUNNEL
    The “Chunnel” opens, linking France and England with rail service and a tunnel for passenger cars.
  • CRUISE SHIP

    CRUISE SHIP
    Increased demand for cruise ships, Freedom of the Seas is introduced and becomes the largest cruise liner ever. It has 18 decks and can carry 4,000 passengers.
  • Rubbish Cleaning Boat

    Rubbish Cleaning Boat
    Rubbish Cleaning Boat
  • PROJECT GENESIS

    PROJECT GENESIS
    Delivery of Royal Caribbean’s “Project Genesis,” which will be 43% larger than any other cruise ship, weighing 220,000 tons and carrying 5,400 passengers.
  • SEASWIRL

    SEASWIRL
    Seaswirl boats
  • MARCO POLO

    MARCO POLO
    Marco Polo cruise ship (cma cgm) 16000 teu
  • Maersk MC-Kinney Meller

    Maersk MC-Kinney Meller 18,270 teu
  • CSCL GLOBE/MSC

    CSCL GLOBE/MSC
    CSCL Globe/MSC Oscar is a freight ship 19,000 teu
  • LESS POLLUTION SHIPS

    LESS POLLUTION SHIPS
    New international environmental regulations require less polluting ships.
  • AKADEMIK LOMONOSOV

    AKADEMIK LOMONOSOV
    'Akademik Lomonosov' the first and gigantic Russian nuclear ship.
  • CMA CGM

    CMA CGM
    CMA CGM Becomes World's First Company To Use LNG For 22,000 TEU Ships
  • COVID-19

    COVID-19
    China closes its borders because it is the epicenter of the COVID-19 virus.
  • HEALTH MEASURES-COVID-19

    HEALTH MEASURES-COVID-19
    Operations in world ports adopt health measures, with the decisive participation of the maritime-port community, to ensure the well-being of the population due to pandemic COVID-19
  • Period:
    1,300 BCE
    to
    1,599 BCE

    SAILBOATS-The galley

    The galley a type of Byzantine ship, powered by the force of oars
  • Period:
    1100
    to

    Ratchets

    Ratchets were high-board round sail vessels specialized in the transport of large loads on long voyages.
  • Period:
    1400
    to
    1499

    CARAVEL

    Caravel It was invented by the Portuguese but it was also used by the Spanish on their own exploration trips during the 15th century.
  • Period: to

    THE COBERT

    The Cobert, the mission was the escort of the merchant traffic, coastal vigilance and sometimes exploration for the war squads.
  • Period: to

    THE GERMAN KRIEGSMARINE´S

    The German Kriegsmarine's U-Boot submarine fleet nearly wiped out merchant traffic to and from Britain and caused heavy losses to United States coastal shipping.