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The first diesel-powered motorships were launched in 1903: Russian Vandal (the first equipped with fully functional diesel-electric transmission) and French Petite-Pierre. There is disagreement over which of the two was the first.
- Gas turbine ship (GTS) — prefix for a jet-engine/turbine-propelled ship
- Steamship (SS) — a steamship is a ship propelled by a steam engine or steam turbine. The name of steam ships are often prefixed with SS or S/S
- Royal Mail Ship (RMS) – Royal Mail steamer, or ship
- Ship prefix
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