Racing Boat vs. Cruise Ship: What are the Differences?

The differences between racing boats and cruise ships

We all know that racing boats and cruise boats are built for very different purposes, but do you understand all the differences between them?

Racing Boat  vs. Cruise Ship: Whar are the Differences?

This exclusive MaxSea guide explains the differences between racing and cruise boats, focusing on the most several important factors. Learn about what differentiates racing and cruise boats in relation to their  respective comfort level for passengers and the types of navigation that each boat is more suited to, as well as the construction of each boat.

Lastly, this guide examines the different levels of cost incurred for maintenance of both type of boat.

Whether you are considering purchasing one of these boats, or just interested in learning more about their differences, this guide offers useful and relevant advice.

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2 thoughts on “Racing Boat vs. Cruise Ship: What are the Differences?

  1. AydınsALUR July 4, 2013 / 14:04

    According to you Bosphorus in Greece ?? Pls check it again you are a navigation company!!!

    • MaxSea July 8, 2013 / 11:27

      Where did you see that? Please note that all our cartographic data comes from the Hydrographic Services of each region and private providers such as Navionics and Jeppesen.
      Thank you for your comment.

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