deadweight capacity

deadweight capacity

[′ded‚wāt kə′pas·əd·ē]
(naval architecture)
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And while the short term outlook is quite bearish, with global deadweight capacity expected to rise the next two years, the medium-term forecast looks more positive past 2018.
3m wide (beam), with a deep draft of 10m, and an approximate deadweight capacity of 26,500 metric tonnes.
These additions have increased PNSCs total deadweight capacity (carrying capacity) to 565,319 metric tonnes, the spokesman said.
The vessel is 302 ft x 64 ft x 26 ft, with a deadweight capacity of 6,144 tons.
These DP2 OSVs are designed to have 6,200 long tons of deadweight capacity, approximately 20,900 bbls of liquid mud carrying capability, 11,863 sq.
3m, air draught of 40m, gross tonnage capacity of 47,800t and a deadweight capacity of 3,640t.
Following the sale of MV "Fighting Lady" and the acquisition of MV "Rodon," the Company will have a fleet of 18 vessels with a deadweight capacity of 1,112 million and an average age of 13.
The new tankers represent a continuation of the Armada range of vessels, project RST22M with the overall deadweight capacity of 7100 tons, and are designed for river-sea transportation of crude oil, fuel oil, diesel fuel and other petroleum products and vegetable oils.
Following the sale the Company will have a total fleet of 18 vessels with an aggregate deadweight capacity of 1,185 million dwt.
For river-sea transportation of crude oil, fuel oil, diesel fuel and other petroleum products and vegetable oils, new tankers represent a continuation of the Armada range of vessels, project RST22M with the overall deadweight capacity of 7100 tons, and are designed.
The ships have higher deadweight capacity than those built by SNTG in its last round of newbuildings in the late 1990s, complementing SNTG's current high-end all stainless steel fleet.
The Damen Stan Pontoon 12032 measures 120 m x 32,2 m (400 ft x 100 ft) and has a deadweight capacity of approx.