Ocean liners were primarily designed for transportation, while cruise ships focus on leisure and entertainment.
Ocean liners were larger and built to accommodate a significant number of passengers and cargo, while cruise ships are generally smaller and prioritize passenger amenities.
Ocean liners were known for their speed and efficiency in crossing the ocean, while cruise ships prioritize comfort and leisurely travel.
Cruise ships offer a wide range of onboard amenities, including pools, theaters, casinos, and restaurants, while ocean liners focused more on practical facilities.
Ocean liners had scheduled routes with predetermined destinations, while cruise ships offer a variety of itineraries and destinations.
Ocean liners offered a more formal and structured experience, while cruise ships provide a casual and relaxed atmosphere for passengers.
Ocean liners required a larger crew to handle various tasks, such as navigation, maintenance, and service, while cruise ships have a smaller crew-to-passenger ratio.
Ocean liners played a significant role in global transportation and immigration, while cruise ships have become symbols of modern luxury travel and tourism.