What is considered a 100 ton vessel?
A 100-ton vessel can be 65 feet or more depending on its construction and commercial uses.
What is a 100 ton master captain?
The 25/50/100 Ton Master-Captain’s License allows you to operate inspected vessels with more than 6 passengers (for high-speed ferries, water taxi, whale watching boats, head boats, assistance towboats, charter boats carrying over six passengers etc.). The tonnage of the license is determined by your experience.
What is a 100 ton master?
The USCG 25/50/100 Ton Masters License allows you to perform the duties of an OUPV/Charter Boat Captain and also operate Inspected Passenger Vessels that are approved to carry seven or more passengers. In order to carry seven or more passengers “under sail” a Sailing Endorsement is also required.
What is the difference between GRT and GT?
GRT full form is Gross registered tonnage, it is actually a measure of volume and it means all gross volumes of the ship. As per new convention GRT is just called GT i.e. Gross Tonnage. NRT full form is Net Registered Tonnage which is actually a measure of all cargo volumes of the ship.
What is highest captain’s license?
The Master License
The Master License is the highest level of captain’s license that can be obtained and allows you to perform the duties of an OUPV/Six-pack captain and also operate inspected vessels. Inspected vessels are approved to carry seven or more paying passengers and have been built in accordance with rigid USCG standards.
How is sea time calculated?
If you work on a vessel where a 12-hour day is authorized and practiced (crew boats, supply boats, towboats, and some commercial fishing boats), you can claim one-and-a-half days for each 12 hour day worked. A 20 day hitch is thus transformed into 30 days of sea time.
What is the difference between master and mate?
The only difference is on the deck general portion, the Master has 10 additional questions relating to inspected vessels, etc.
How is GRT calculated?
Gross tonnage is calculated from the formula GT = K1V, where V is the volume of a ship’s enclosed spaces in cubic metres and K1 is a constant calculated by K1 = 0.2 + 0.02 log10 V.
What is relation between GRT NRT and DWT?
NRT: Net Register Tons – A measurement of the volume of a vessel that could concievably hold cargo, measured in the same units. DWT: Deadweight Tonnage – The difference in displacement, i.e. weight, of a vessel laden and its “lightship” weight, measured in either long tons or metric tonnes.