net tonnage


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net tonnage

[′net ′tən·ij]
(naval architecture)
The volume of the interior of a ship measured in tons (100 cubic feet or approximately 2.8317 cubic meters per ton), excluding the space occupied by fuel, the engine room, navigation machinery, and the crew's quarters.
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The SCA also reported the net tonnage passing through as 9.
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