In inland shipping, passengers and goods are carried by ships. In inland shipping, ships navigate only on inland waterways. Inland waterways are enclosed by land. These include, for example, rivers, lakes and canals.
In maritime shipping, passengers and goods are carried by ships. In maritime shipping, ships navigate on the sea and on so-called waterways. Waterways are canals or large rivers that have access to the sea.
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