I'm posting this so some of you that hear some of our EVE talk can slightly understand what we are talking about.
So without further ado i bring you the ship types and their Scale.
Frigate: - Small
Small, nimble ships which act as the cornerstone of your EVE experience, frigates have the versatility you need especially as a young pilot.
Here is a minmatar Frigate, the rifter, with a Boeing 747. [img width=500]http://alushinspace.files.wordpress.com/2011/02/rifter_vs_747.png?w=431&h=317[/img]
Destroyer: - Small
While you shouldn't mistake destroyers as line-of-battle ships, these fast, inexpensive gunboats can wreck a frigate gang's day with their rapid multi-targeting abilities.
Cruiser: - Medium
Cruisers are jacks-of-all-trades that can be employed as armed transports, electronic warfare platforms, and ferocious close-quarters fighting ships.
Here is a Gallente Cruiser, the Thorax
Battle Cruiser: - Medium
Designed for fleet actions, battlecruisers pack a lot of punch but are primarily "Gang Assist Module" platforms which significantly boost a gang's offensive & defensive capabilities.
Here is a Myrmidon, again Gallente race,
Battleship: - Large
The true juggernauts on the battlefield, these well-armored monsters can outgun anything in their path- that is, if they can lumber close enough to track their target within the considerable range of its massive armament.
Here is a Megathron!
Dreadnoughts: - Capital
In Star Wars terminology, these capital ships are one small step down from the Deathstar. Though they move at a turtle's pace, their massive weaponry allows dreadnoughts to decimate fortified targets at distances of more than 100km.
An example of the Gallente Dreadnought, the Moros along side a Battleship
Titans: - Really REALLY MAJASSIVE!!
One of the biggest ships currently in existence. Their ability to fit Doomsday devices, which are capable of destroying entire fleets in a single motion, are the stuff of legends. They also have the ability to create jump-bridges, allowing even smaller ships to move to different systems without the need for a stargate.
Here is the Gallente Titan Erebus, over New York
And finally here is a Video showing the scales of a few of the above
So now you know, the terminology of ship size JEEJ!!!