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gross ton

[¦grōs ¦tən]
(industrial engineering)
ton
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The negative sign for LICENSE suggests that if a licensed operator is in command, the vessel damage cost per gross ton will be less.
The 600ft long ferry has just taken the place of one of the world's biggest ferries, Ulysses, 51,000 gross tons, also given her regular annual overhaul at Laird's for Irish Ferries.
During 2013, Cammell Laird repaired, built and converted a total of almost 250,000 gross tons of ferry and ro-ro (roll-on/ roll-off) ships.
Traffic rebounded when weather conditions improved and the Company set a March record for most gross ton miles.
MV Meridian Tres, a steel-hulled cargo vessel was over 250 gross tons, left Pier 5 in Cebu City at 1:55 on Tuesday.
53 million compensated gross tons (CGTs) as of end-October, the lowest since August 2003, when the comparable figure was 20.
IHS Maritime revealed that statistics from the Japan Ship Exporters Association show its members clinched 14 export orders totalling 454,140 gross tons, compared to 29 export orders of 953,900 gross tonnage in May, 2013.
Currently under construction in Germany, Norwegian Breakaway will be 144,017 gross tons and is scheduled for delivery in April 2013.
Although there is no federal or State law requiring Crowley to use double hulls for barges less than 5,000 gross tons, the company believes the change is important.
Sable Mining Africa Limited (Sable Mining Africa) (LSE: SBLM), a United Kingdom-based resource company, has estimated to have found 136 million gross tons of coal resources after the completion by Delta Mining Consolidated Ltd (DMC) of the 53 hole first phase drilling programme on DMC.
The RMS Titanic was the largest passenger steamship ever built at that time, 46,000 gross tons.
Vincent cargo ship which was 3,038 gross tons in weight and 82 meters in length was carrying iron from Batumi port of Georgia to Turkish city of Istanbul.