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SSW

SSW. This is an abbreviation for “Summer Salt Water” and refers to the draught of the ship when it is loaded to its summer load line in salt water, that is, in the open sea. The summer draught is the maximum draught to which the ship can be loaded depending on the “freeboards” and “loadlines” assigned to it by the assigning authorities.

 

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