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Aft Perpendicular (AP):
an imaginary vertical line, at right angles to the keel, passing
through the first frame and so located on or nearby the ship’s rudder

Ballast Tanks: tanks aboard the vessel
specially designed to receive ballast water or, in the case of tanks
vessels, cargo tanks used to contain ballast.

Boiler Feedwater Tanks: tanks provided aboarf the vessel to contain water used for the production of steam.

spaces at the bottom of the engine room or pumprooms where water is
allowed to accumulate. As the bilges usually also contain waste oil,
they may not be discharged within the port limits. For draught survey
purposes, the quantity of liquid in the bilges’ should be
controlled/sounded before and after loading or discharge, so that any
change in quantity can be detected.

Bunker tanks:
tanks intended to contain fuel oil either for stam raising purposes or
for the provision of power to the main engines and auxiliaries.

Calibration Tables: (see sounding table).

Centre of Floation: the point around which a ship tips, often called the tipping center. The center of the waterplane area.

Cofferdams fwd and aft:
these terms apply more particularly to ocean tankers, coastel tankers
and tank barges. They are empty spaces provided in order to separate the
cargo tanks from the machinery space aft and from the forward peak and
other forwardparts of the ship. Cofferdams frequently contain water,
either intentionally or accidentally, and should therefore always be

Constant: the difference between the
light ship weight according to ship’s documents and the net empty survey
displacement after deducting all measurable weights.

Deadweight: the weight of a vessel’s cargo, fuel, water and stores.

a line clearly marked on the port and starboard side of the vessel,
amidships as required by International Loadline Regulations.

Deeptanks: tanks situated near to the bottom of the vessel.

Density (true): the mass of a volume unit of a liquid.

Displacement table/scale: a table, specially prepared for each vessel, giving the displacement corresponding to various drafts.

Double Bottom Tanks: tanks situated in the vessel’s double bottom and used either for bunkers or ballast water.

Draft: depth of water from the water surface down to the bottom of the ship’s keel.

Draft Marks:
a series of figures painted or welded on the vessel’s hull, usually
forward, midships and aft, on both port and starboard sides and
indicating the draft of the vessel at the points where the draft marks
are situated

Draft (Draught) Survey: a system of
cargo measurement based on measuring the draft of the vessel before and
after loading or discharge, making into accound any changed in weight
other than cargo, which may have taken place during cargo handling
operation, i.e. changes in the weight of water ballast, bunkers, stores

Even Keel: when the forward and aft drafts of a vessel are identical, the ship is said to be on an “even kee.l”

Forepeak Tank: a compartment situated at the extreme forward part of the vessel often used to contain ballast water.

Forward perpendicular (FP):
an imaginary vertical line, at right angles to the keel and passing
through the point where the summer loadline intersects the vessel’s

Freeboard (assigned or statutory): the
distance from the upper part of the deckline to the summer loadline as
“assigned” or stated in the Freeboard Certificate relating tho the
vessel concerned.

Hogging: the deflection of a cessel loaded in such manner that the draft amiship is less than the mean of the forward and aft drafts.

Hydrostatic Curves:
a document specially prepared for each vessel indicating, among other
things, the centre of floating or “tipping centre” at various drafts.

LCF: Longitudinal Centre of Floatation.

Length Between Perpendiculars (LBP): distance between the forward and aft perpendiculars measured parallel to the keel.

List: inclination of the vessel from the vertical position measured at the longitudinal midships axis.

Lightship Weight: the weight of vessel ofter completion of construction but without fuel bunkers, stores, etc.

Mean Forward Draft: average of the forward drafts on port and starboard side.

Mean Midships Draft: average of the midships drafts on port and starboard side.

Midships: longitudinal center of the vessel as indicated on the hull by the Port and Starboard loadline marks.

Moment To Change Trim 1 cm (MTC): the force required to change the trim of a vessel by 1 cm.

Plimsoll Line:
another name for summer load mark. The line permanently marked by
centre punh, or by welding, on the port and starboard sides of the
vessel amidship.

Port Side: the left-hand side of the vessel as seen by an observer facing forward.

Rudder Post: the vertical axis around which the rudder turns.

the deflection of a vessel loaded in such manner that the draft
amidships is greater than that the mean of forward and aft drafts.

Sounding Pipe: a fixed pipe through which soundings are taken.

Sounding Tables: a table containing the tank volume as taken measured by sounding.

Starboard Side: the right-hand side of the vessel as seen by an observer facing forward.

Stem Correction: correction applied to the mean forward draft when the forward draft marks are not situated at the forward perpendicular.

Stern Correction: correction applied to the mean aft draft when the aft draft marks are not situated at the aft perpendicular.

Summer Loadline:
an imaginary line, parallel to the keel passing through the upper edge
of the summer mark which corresponds to the maximum draft permitted in
the summer zone in sea water.

Ton Per Cm Immersion (TPC): the number of metric tones required to change the mean draft of a vessel by 1 cm.

the difference between the mean draft and the mean draft forward, both
measurements having been corrected to the aft and forward perpendiculars

Trim Corrections: corrections applied to the displacement of the vessel is not floating on an even keel.

Ullage: the distance between the surface of a liquid in a tank and the top of the tank or corresponding sounding pipe.

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