Training Course TSL_Oct2010 Introduction of International Convention on Tonnage Measurement of Ship, 1969 TONNAGE 69IMO NguyễnAnhTuấn Naval Architecture and Marine Engineering TUANSHIPLAND.com Sailing Our Dream
Sections What is the difference between Net Tonnage, Gross Tonnage, Deadweight, Lightweight, and Displacement? Introduction of TONNAGE 69 of IMO Example of TONNAGE 69
What is the difference between Net Tonnage, Gross Tonnage, Deadweight, Lightweight, and Displacement? Volume Weight Lightweight Deadweight Net Tonnage Gross Tonnage Displacement
Deadweight Tonnage (DWT) in tons is applied for General cargo, bulk carrier and tankers.
Volume capacity of cargo tanks measure LPG and LNG.
Displacement tonnage (∆) is the size of warship.
Passenger ships and ferries volume measures the meaning parameter of the vessel.
Gross Tonnage (GT) and Net Tonnage (NT) obey International Convention on Tonnage Measurement of Ship 1969 (TONNAGE 69) of International Maritime Organization (IMO) forced on 18 July 1982 for new vessel with 12-year phase-in period for existing vessels.
Lightweight Tonnage is the total of fixed weights, i.e. hull, machinery, outfit and permanent equipment.
Deadweight tonnage includes the total of weight cargo, fuel, lubricating oil, fresh water, stores, passengers and baggage, crew and their effects
International Convention on Tonnage Measurement of Ship, 1969 (TONNAGE 69) Not apply to: Any ships under 24 m in length Warship The ship navigates only on the Great Lakes Any ships of 24 m length and larger that do not have in international voyages http://khup.com/download/0_keyword-international-convention-on-tonnage-measurement/international-convention-on-tonnage-measurement-of-ships-1969.pdf http://www.imo.org/About/Conventions/ListOfConventions/Pages/Default.aspx