Net Register Tons, the true cargo capacity of a ship. NRT signifies the cubic below-deck cargo or passenger capacity used for the vessel's revenue generation only. For taxation purposes normally GRT is used. A Net Register Ton is equal to 2.83 cubic meters or 100 cubic feet.
Nett Registered Ton. A measure of the internal volume, or closed in spaces, of a vessel that is used for earning revenue like transporting passengers or cargo. It does not include certain spaces that are non-revenue generating like the engine room and crew accommodation areas. One nett registered ton is equal to one hundred cubic feet.
Net Registered Tonnage - Amount of space on a ship available for cargo.
Nett Registered Tonnage
net registered tons. This tonnage is frequently shown on ship registration papers; it represents the volumetric area available for cargo at 100 cubic feet = 1 ton. It often is used by port and canal authorities as a basis for charges.
Nettoregistertonne Net Register Ton