Transport photography is about photographing modes of transport as well as logistics in motion. Transport photography shows seagoing vessels, container vessels, inland waterways, sea ports, canals and much more. Transport photography is where the action is in transports and logistics. Transport photography by RL Photostyle shows modes of transport in motion.
Inland navigation describes the transport of goods by ships on rivers, canals and lakes.
An inland navigation ship is build for use on rivers, canals and lakes. Inland navigation ships are build for the transport of dry cargo and as container ships.
Sea ports are see-bound maritime facilities which usually comprise at least one wharf where ocean going ships and vessels and also barges can dock to load or unload cargo. Sea ports handle mainly cargo although there is also passenger traffic in sea ports.
Maritime transport is the transport of goods (cargo) via waterways. It is also described as ocean shipping. Shipping goods by sea is also called merchant shipping which is executed by cargo ships. Cargo ships show a large variety of ship types. The ship types primarily used in ocean shipping are container vessels, bulk carriers, multi-purpose ships, RoRo ships and tank vessels.
Container shipping describes cargo shipping by use of ISO-Containers. The typical container size is 20-foot and 40-foot containers. Container shipping has become the main mode of transport in maritime shipping because the transport of standardized containers by far the fastest method of moving goods from shipper to recipient.