🚢 ship emoji

What does the 🚢 ship emoji mean?

The ship emoji is a graphical representation of a large vessel used for transportation or commerce, typically across a body of water such as a sea or ocean. It typically depicts a large vessel with multiple decks, a superstructure, and possibly a chimney stack. The ship may be shown sailing on the water, with waves or a wake behind it, or it could be shown docked at a port or harbor. The ship's design and details may vary depending on the platform, but generally it is large enough to be seen as a large vessel intended for transportation or commercial use. The ship emoji is often used to symbolize travel, trade, and transportation, specifically by sea. It could also be used to represent the idea of journey, adventure, or even the maritime history and culture. It can also be used to represent large scale transportation, commercial shipping industry, freight, logistics and international trade. It could also be used to convey the idea of stability, strength and power.

Copy and paste the ship emoji

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How ship looks on other platforms

  • Twitter
    ship Twitter emoji
  • Google
    ship Google emoji
  • Apple
    ship Apple emoji
  • Microsoft
    ship Microsoft emoji
  • Facebook
    ship Facebook emoji
  • Messenger
    ship Messenger emoji
  • Whatsapp
    ship Whatsapp emoji
  • Samsung
    ship Samsung emoji
  • Lg
    ship Lg emoji
  • Htc
    ship Htc emoji
  • Mozilla
    ship Mozilla emoji
  • Softbank
    ship Softbank emoji
  • Docomo
    ship Docomo emoji
  • Openmoji
    ship Openmoji emoji

Information about the 🚢 ship emoji

  • Full Name: 🚢 ship
  • Category: travel-places
  • How to type shortcode:
  • Unicode (fully qualified): U+1F6A2
  • Hex code point: 1F6A2

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