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a tax imposed on ships that enter the US

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The graph indicates the trend of the gross tonnage of the ships on a yearly basis from 2005-2015.
By gross tonnage she was 48 times bigger that Cutty Sark and more than double that of Brunel's Great Eastern, itself nearly six times larger than any other ship when it was built in the 1850s.
The International Maritime Organization, which is part of the United Nations, mandated that by the end of 2004 all ships above 300 gross tonnage going on international voyages were required to carry AIS.
The port of Singapore's gross tonnage will grow by 5.
The 28,631 gross tonnage liner, which carries 804 passengers, was built as Royal Viking Star for the now defunct five-star-rated Royal Viking Line's longdistance ocean cruising, and will sail the first Liverpool - Canada transatlantic crossings since 1971 later this month.
The study also shows that ultimate ownership or control of 40 per cent of the world's gross tonnage lies in an EU countries, and growing strongly.
The Committee also discussed the letter of the Omani Crushers and Quarries Association on the Transport and Communications Ministry's decision to apply the e-balance system and weighting of the axle and gross tonnage of the trucks on the roads network and reduce truck weight.
Gross tonnage at Laem Chabang, the country's largest port, is set to rise by 6.
Built in China in 2012, the "double hull and double bottom" tanker with 2,512 gross tonnage weight, has since been named 'Sidra Al Wakra'.
The fishing boat with 100 tonnes of gross tonnage belongs to a sea fishing firm in Shenzhen City, south China's Guangdong Province.
The 32,957 Gross Tonnage bulk carrier is currently anchored around eight miles off the Salalah port.
According to a Wall Street Journal report, the subsidy formula means that a shipping company that scraps and replaces a Panamax dry-bulk ship-a common class of vessel, with gross tonnage of around 35,000 tons-would receive roughly 52.
83 metres, gross tonnage of 217 RT and net tonnage of 65 RT.
83 metres, gross tonnage of 217 RT and net tonnage of 65 RT, reported the Gulf Daily News, our sister publication.