Boat engines are built to hold high rpms (revolutions per minute) for long periods of time. Vehicle engines are not built for high rps or most of the anyways. Vehicle engines also have more torque the marine engine.
the difference is that one is turbocharged and one isnt,but both are marine engines. Keep in mind,there is a difference between marine and non-marine engines.
difference of motor and marine insurance
I believe the difference is that a marine is part if the USMC, and a maritime is part of the USM.
marine can be used in water or alot of moisture
None. An Ocean is a Marine environment.
You can find the difference between marine gps systems and garmin gps systems on the following site: http://www.secrets2business.com/the-difference-between-marine-gps-handhelds-and-their-bigger-brothers/. They have good descriptions.
The suffix "M" stands for special design electro. That is the difference... If the letter "M" was used as a prefix it would indicate for Marine use such as a boat engine....
polychaete is marine milli is not
I think marine aquariums are saltwater unlike freshwater that do not have saltwater