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That is the weight of the vessel, not the GT (Gross Tonnage) or NT Net Tonnage.
Unfortunately, most countries use GT and NT on recreational vessel registration, confusing most of us.
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On Wed, Mar 13, 2019 at 3:24 PM heinz@... <heinz@...> wrote:
My sm2000 says 14t netto 16t groß
Heinz sm2000 292
> Am 13.03.2019 um 11:40 schrieb Ian <parkianj@...>:
> My Santorin has a big brass plate that says net tonnage is 15 and 1/4 and gross tonnage is 18+. But the spelling is tons.
> I know it refers to capacity, but I don’t know if there is a difference in where it was measured.
> In metric tonnes the Santorin is 10 tonnes.
> I give up !
> Incidentally my Part 1 registration has the boat length at 12.3 metres ( rather than the 14 that it is). It has saved me money several times when a marina has just asked for my registration certificate!
> Ocean Hobo