Gross Registered Tonnage. Refers to the carrying capacity of a vessel in volume as opposed to weight.
Gross Registered Ton. A measure of the internal volume, or closed in spaces, of a vessel. One gross registered ton is equal to one hundred cubic feet (28.3 cbm).
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gross registered ton. A measurement of enclosed passenger space, including the space in cabins, lounges, showrooms, and dining rooms. This does not apply to open spaces such as decks and pool areas (unless, of course, they are enclosed)
Gross Registered Tonnage - The total internal capacity of a ship.
gross registered tonnage. A number representing the amount of enclosed space on a ship.
Gross registered tonnage, i.e., a measurement of 100 cubic feet of enclosed revenue earning space within a ship.
Gross Register Tonnage is the cubic capacity of all enclosed spaces of a ship, more often used then NRT for calculating cargo capacity of a vessel. A Gross Register Ton is equal to 2.83 cubic meters or 100 cubic feet.
Gross Registered Tonnage. Broadly speaking - the capacity in cubic measurement of the spaces within the hull and of the enclosed spaces above deck, available for cargo, stores, fuel, passengers and crews.
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