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Gross Tonnage

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NET TONNAGE

See Tonnage (Net)

CHARTER RATES

The tariff applied for chartering tonnage in a particular trade.

PILOTAGE DUES

A fee payable by the owner or operator of a ship for the services of a pilot. This fee is normally based on the ship's tonnage.

INTERNATIONAL TONNAGE CERTIFICATE

A certificate issued to a shipowner by a government department in the case of a ship whose gross and net tonnages have been determined in accordance with the International Convention of Tonnage Measurement of Ships. The certificate states the gross and net tonnages together with details of the spaces attributed to each.

NRT

Net registered tons. See Tonnage (Net)

SHELTER DECK

A superstructure deck fitted continuous from stem to stern and fitted with at least one tonnage opening

GROSS TONNAGE

Gross tonnage includes a ships internal volume, excluding such spaces as the peak, double bottom, deep tanks used only for water ballast, bridge, forecastle, open-ended poop, certain light and air spaces, skylights, anchor and steering gear spaces, toilets, the wheelhouse, and certain passenger spaces

TONNAGE OPENINGS

Nonwatertight openings in the shelter deck and in the tween deck bulkheads immediately below in order to exclude spaces from tonnage measurement and thus obtain reduced gross and net tonnage. The openings could be closed by nonwatertight wood shifting boards or metal covers meeting the tonnage and load line regulations

TONNAGE

A measure of the internal volume of spaces within a vessel in which 100 cu.ft.. is 1 ton

NET TONNAGE

Net tonnage is the gross tonnage less certain additional spaces such as crew and officer spaces, chart room, and a percentage of the propelling machinery spaces; also see deadweight, displacement, light and displacement, loaded
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